In this valuable resource for church planners, evangelists, community activists, urban planners, and others, Cox and Ratliff will take you on a journey of dicovery that will lead you to develop a theology and strategy for church planting. Church Planting in the African American Community offers practical, detailed and invaluable advise for churches and their leaders - the kind of advice you wont find anywhere else because no other guide explains how America's grand black churches grew to such size and stature in the face of society's ever-present challenges and roadblocks. Whether you are already involved in the process of sponsoring a new church plant or just considering a first step in the adventure, you will discover what it takes to to overcome the odds facing church planters in the African American community.
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Date:August 2, 2009
An excellent guide for church planters in the African American community. Simple straight forward, good case studies for what worked, and what didn't in church planting. It will help with sponsoring churches, denominations, and sponsoring church pastors. It will certainly prepare the church planter for what's ahead. If the African American church planter is at the stage of thought and not action. Meaning, that they haven't met with others (sponsors/demoninational leaders) yet this is a great resource to have ahead of time.