Veteran missional leaders specifically define how established ministries can successfully parent new churches into sustainable existence. They guide you through the sponsorship sequence from its biblical foundation to the nuts, bolts, and resource basics of implementation and follow-through; and offer valuable insights regarding church splits, theological issues, and bivocational church planting. 320 pages, softcover from B&H.
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limited human-based views and heavy reading
Date:December 31, 2010
Part 1 of the book covers the fundamentals of sponsoring churches. Part 2 covers attitudes towards sponsorship. Part 3 provides advice on finding a church model that fits. Part 4 describes the phases of new church development. Part 5 relates to finding the resources. Part 6 relates to the relationship between the sponsoring church and the new church. Part 7 describes ways of promoting the idea of becoming a sponsoring church. Traditional churches are not reaching the unchurched. The aim should be following the Holy Spirit in developing the church model...not simply using someonelse's model that fits. Who does it fit? the leadership? the Christians who are voting with their feet by staying home?