Ministry training often emphasizes expanding on the work of existing ministries to the neglect of addressing the difficulties of planting new churches in North America and around the world. This volume provides a practical, thorough, biblical, and inspirational corrective as it incorperates relevant sociological, anthropological, and historical insights. Hesselgrave extrapolates ten phases of cross-cultural church planting that are faithful to Jesus' commandment to make disciples and to Paul's missionary example.
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Date:April 6, 2002
Tremendously helpful book. Helpful for any kind of church leaders, not just those involved in church planting. Every church leader should read it.