6 Ways to Develop Worship Leaders For Planting A Church

Training for church planting has mainly focused on the lead pastor, and rightly so. He’s going to carry the weight of the leadership. However, every pastor leading a new ministry would love to have a well-trained and skilled worship leader ministering alongside them.

Why I’m Tired of Church Planting – Seth McBee

Guest post by Seth McBee It seems that there are often no churches in our cities worth joining. I say this because I see many people planting new churches rather than coming alongside churches that are alrea...

Why Jesus Never Commanded Us To Plant Churches

What does it reveal about our missiology and biblical convictions whenever we think it is strange to advocate that those first century church planting teams have something to teach us?

Do You Recognize The Fruit of Discipleship?

Rodrick Gilbert, a disciple maker who began a discipleship movement in India that's started thousands of new churches, gives an incredible insight into the fruit of discipleship.

4 Practical Ways To Multiply Disciples – Part 2

by George Patterson You can multiply disciples doing these four simple things: Know and love the people you disciple. Mobilize your disciples to edify immediately those they are discipling. Teach and...

4 Practical Ways To Multiply Disciples – Part 1

by George Patterson Our Lord sends us to disciple every “nation” (people group) by training them to obey all His commands (Matt 28:18-20). This means that we disciple a “nation” only when it is permeated by ...
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How To Pastor With The End In Mind

David Platt and Matt Carter discuss what it means to be a church with a DNA for the nations. Learn how your church can be more involved in spreading the gospel.

How To Be A Disciple Who Makes Disciples

"I was learning to listen to again, but the Lord would only give me so much and then I had to do something about it. I was learning to listen and put into practice."

There Is No Plan B To Disciplemaking – Kevin Peck

What Jesus did with His 3 years of ministry was invest in a few, entrusting the message to 12 men. There was no Plan B to his master plan for world evangelization. There was only 1 plan: Disciplemaking.