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The Plant Strong Podcast features women and men from all over the country who are serving and leading in diverse ministry contexts. You will hear stories from leadership veterans to women in the beginning years of church planting. Each episode will encourage you no matter your role in church planting. This podcast is produced by Bloom, a ministry of Stadia. Stadia is an organization that plants churches all over the world that intentionally care for children. Host Lisa Bennett planted Lifebr ...
 
Unfiltered: Real Church Planting Conversations is a podcast featuring the often-missed conversations about church planting. Join hosts Lee Stephenson and Danny Parmelee, experienced church planters who lead a national church planting movement. You'll experience authentic discussions about real issues that church planters face. Lee and Danny hit the in-between-the-lines issues and talk about the topics you don't hear about when it comes to church planting.
 
Hearing & learning from UK based Church Planters & Leaders about their experiences with Church Planting/Leadership; equipping emerging leaders/planters with wisdom from those who have gone before them with lessons they've learnt along the way! Email: churchplantchat@gmail.com We can also be found on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram - simply type in @churchplantchat
 
Church planting is tough and affects every area of the church planter's life. Join church planters Loren and Carrie Pankratz (with over 11 years experience) as they delve into their struggles, the times they totally nailed it, and the things they wish they would have done differently in their Utah church plant. You can also expect to hear from church planting couples in different phases of the journey. In each episode, you will find helpful, practical tips for planting a church and keeping y ...
 
Epiphany Church is a multi-ethnic church plant in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, NY. We are a local church learning what it means to follow Jesus in a complex city. We see ourselves in a growing relationship with Jesus and one another, a relationship that ignites us to be agents of change in our city. Similar to the early disciples, we are made up of different ethnicities, socioeconomic make up, young families, singles, professionals, Brooklyn natives, and artists which makes us ...
 
We are a small church plant in Denton, TX. Jesus gave a command: to love one another as he loves us. He goes on to say that "everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another." We work to make care for each other, for our city, and for our world the utmost priority in our lives. Love is more than simply a feeling or even a philosophy for us, it is a lifestyle commitment that guides where we live, what we do, how we treat people, and ultimately who we are. This is ...
 
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Brad is the Director of Bivocational Church Planting for the North American Mission Board. He holds a doctorate in the area of missional ecclesiology; his doctoral thesis was on assisting existing congregations in transitioning in a missional direction. He and his wife have three children and have been foster parents to more than fifty other kids. …
 
Money can be tight for churches and church plants, but there are certain things well worth the investment. In this episode, we share five recourses that churches should be spending money on. Welcome to episode 237 of Practical Church Planting. You can watch this episode below, or subscribe to the podcast and get our episodes delivered right to you.…
 
In Episode 614 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd continue to discuss discerning character, chemistry, and competency when hiring staff and volunteer leaders. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: How you discern for chemistry Different ways to get the team together to see chemistry with the potential new hire Shareable Quotes (#NewChurche…
 
It might feel impossible to take a Sunday off in the early days... and later days of church planting, but do it! Do it now! In this episode, Loren and Carrie share how taking time off has been good for their relationship and church. They share why you should take a vacation and how when the resources aren't there. Below is a blog post by Ed Stetzer…
 
A key milestone for a church plant is the day it goes from a portable to a permanent location. But there are pitfalls to watch out for when considering signing a long-term lease or buying a building. What are they, and how can you avoid them? 0:40 Lee Stephenson introduces the topic and asks Danny Parmelee when he thinks a church planter is ready t…
 
How do you make sense of all the voices in our lives? Lisa Bennett and Heidy Tandy talk through all of the perspectives that we navigate as we live our own individual stories as church planting women. This episode will help you identify the voices that matter to you and think through how you can be intentionally listening for God’s voice above ever…
 
In the final service of our “Queering Faith” series, Pastor Juan Pablo invites us to ask “who is our family?” while weighing the realities of this world. Jesus asked this question, and in his response, we see a liberator who frees us from harmful ideas about God; a Jesus who invites us to be our full & authentic selves; and a Jesus who himself had …
 
"Remain Faithful" was the title and theme of Acts 29’s US virtual conference in 2020. With so many disruptions to “normal” life, we knew many church leaders were feeling tired, discouraged, and ready to give up. Each session from Matt Chandler, Ray Ortlund, Tony Merida, Tory Mayo, Jen Wilkin, and Rudy Rubio encouraged us to hang on, endure, keep go…
 
Our topic of conversation shifts away from being a Christian at school and into the vacuous time of life right after year 12 where young adulthood kicks in and it's just as important to continue to hold fast to the truths of the gospel. Or for people like Lewis, it's possible to find those beautiful truths for the first time. Hear his story as he j…
 
In this episode, in collaboration with the PMc Academia, we share a book recommendation on the topic of preaching from a missions perspective. Though we firmly believe that preaching is more caught than taught, we also acknowledge that too many, sadly, are not exposed to healthy and Biblical expository preaching. Today's book is a must-read for pre…
 
In this episode, Mary Ho talks about leading All Nations International and what it takes to lead ethnically and geographically diverse teams. Her experience growing up in different nations, prepared her for work in the nations. In the early 1990s, God began birthing a heart for the poor and for the nations in John and Mary Ho, while a young married…
 
TEXTS: Matthew 5:13-16; Romans 1:11-12; Psalms 16:11 SUMMARY: Today we're going to reflect on and celebrate the fruit of presence in the life of The Summit over the last 10 years. Specifically, our presence in this city, our presence to one another, and God's presence to us. Support the show (http://www.summitdenver.org/give)…
 
In Episode 613 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed begin a discussion on how pastors can lead. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: How a pastor can lead through preaching Where the line is between leadership and manipulation Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches): “Leading through preaching is not the only way that you ought to be leading, but it …
 
"Remain Faithful" was the title and theme of Acts 29’s US virtual conference in 2020. With so many disruptions to “normal” life, we knew many church leaders were feeling tired, discouraged, and ready to give up. Each session from Matt Chandler, Ray Ortlund, Tony Merida, Tory Mayo, Jen Wilkin, and Rudy Rubio encouraged us to hang on, endure, keep go…
 
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