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No Purse, No Bag, No SandalsJuly 2008GP0|#30b075de-6fbe-433b-a4b5-3dce4a6f90ba;L0|#030b075de-6fbe-433b-a4b5-3dce4a6f90ba|Missio Dei;GTSet|#bb9274b4-45fe-43f1-8b69-3df0b933cdb0;GPP|#a82c2124-212e-4f7a-b626-9a0c5a3534c2;GPP|#96e4d92c-656e-45f6-9cd5-ab8aed108e3cVolume 17https://www.mennonitemission.net/resources/publications/Missio Dei/7/No Purse, No Bag, No SandalsNo Purse, No Bag, No SandalsA profile of Mennonite church planters, 1990-2005By Conrad L. Kanagy

 

 

<p>​In 2005, the church-planting team of Mennonite Mission Network initiated a study of Mennonite church planters. Led by staff member Karl McKinney and Arthur McPhee, associate professor of Intercultural Studies at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary (Elkhart, Ind.), the goal of the original project was to document the experiences of Mennonite church planters, identifying variables that affected success or failure. <br><br>The departure of both McKinney and McPhee from their respective roles with Mission Network and AMBS eventually resulted in a partnership with Lancaster Mennonite Conference to complete the project, directed by Conrad L. Kanagy and managed by Laura Livengood. Other partners included Virginia Mennonite Missions and Eastern Mennonite Missions.<br><br><br><strong>Sin Monedero, Sin Bolsa, Sin Sandalias<br></strong>Un perfil de plantadores de iglesias menonitas, 1990-2005<br><br>En el 2005, el equipo de plantamiento de iglesias de la Red Menonita de Misión inició un estudio de plantadores de iglesias menonitas. Dirigidos por el empleado Kart McKinney y Arthur McPhee, profesor asociado de Estudios Interculturales en el Seminario Bíblico Menonita Asociado (AMBS por sus siglas en inglés) (Elkhart, Ind.), la meta del proyecto original era de documentar las experiencias de plantadores de iglesias menonitas, identificando las variables que afectaban el éxito o fracaso. <br><br>La partida de McKinney y McPhee de sus repectivos papeles con la Red de Misión y AMBS resultaron eventualmente en una coparticipación con la Conferencia Menonita de Lancaster para completar el proyecto, dirigido por Conrad L. Kanagy y manejado por Laura Livengood. Otros coparticipantes incluyeron Misiones Menonitas de Virginia y Misiones Menonitas Orientales.</p>

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​In 2005, the church-planting team of Mennonite Mission Network initiated a study of Mennonite church planters. Led by staff member Karl McKinney and Arthur McPhee, associate professor of Intercultural Studies at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary (Elkhart, Ind.), the goal of the original project was to document the experiences of Mennonite church planters, identifying variables that affected success or failure.

The departure of both McKinney and McPhee from their respective roles with Mission Network and AMBS eventually resulted in a partnership with Lancaster Mennonite Conference to complete the project, directed by Conrad L. Kanagy and managed by Laura Livengood. Other partners included Virginia Mennonite Missions and Eastern Mennonite Missions.


Sin Monedero, Sin Bolsa, Sin Sandalias
Un perfil de plantadores de iglesias menonitas, 1990-2005

En el 2005, el equipo de plantamiento de iglesias de la Red Menonita de Misión inició un estudio de plantadores de iglesias menonitas. Dirigidos por el empleado Kart McKinney y Arthur McPhee, profesor asociado de Estudios Interculturales en el Seminario Bíblico Menonita Asociado (AMBS por sus siglas en inglés) (Elkhart, Ind.), la meta del proyecto original era de documentar las experiencias de plantadores de iglesias menonitas, identificando las variables que afectaban el éxito o fracaso.

La partida de McKinney y McPhee de sus repectivos papeles con la Red de Misión y AMBS resultaron eventualmente en una coparticipación con la Conferencia Menonita de Lancaster para completar el proyecto, dirigido por Conrad L. Kanagy y manejado por Laura Livengood. Otros coparticipantes incluyeron Misiones Menonitas de Virginia y Misiones Menonitas Orientales.

No Purse, No Bag, No Sandals
A profile of Mennonite church planters, 1990-2005.
By Conrad L. Kanagy
Volume 17
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