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December 19, 2017 by Jeff Christopherson | Send Network
There are few things more electrifying to me than to witness the transformative power of a single local church that is kingdom first in its priority and mission. To watch a church, guided by a burdened leadership, lay down its baser self-interests for her eternal kingdom calling of “going” and...
December 18, 2017 by Jeff Christopherson | Send Network
To say that I am euphoric about the new conversation that is happening within church planting circles would be an understatement. Exchanges that have progressed from “planting a church” to “planting a kingdom movement” are key indicators that we may be heading toward a more hopeful future. I have...
December 18, 2017 by Garth Leno | Send Network
In April 2016, Dan Rockwell posted a piece on his leadership blog called “The Five Biggest Mistakes New Leaders Make.” I’ve been reflecting on this since I attended a Church Planting Pipeline Roundtable in Atlanta where we talked about leading potential church planters or interns in the pipeline,...
December 14, 2017 | Send Network
Vance Pitman, church planter and Sending Church pastor, explains how planters can instill a kingdom-minded focus in the life of their plant.
December 13, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
In this special episode, host Dino Senesi introduces Scott Sanders, former tax lawyer and current executive director of Geneva Push in Australia where he talks about Australian culture, church planting and coaching. Learn more about Scott Sanders and Geneva Push by visiting genevapush.com.
December 13, 2017 by Aaron Jozwiak | Send Network
At times it feels like the only guarantees in life are death, taxes, and disagreements between Christians. All throughout church history, you see the unfortunate reality of Christian people not getting along with each other. In fact, disagreements between Christians is of one of the more subtle...
December 12, 2017 by Peyton Jones | Send Network
The 90s punk prophets, Radiohead, used stunt motorcyclist Evel Knievel as a metaphor for the perils of fame and the desire to have it. Knievel wanted fame so badly that he’d break his body into a million pieces to become a household name. He once remarked, “Anyone can jump a motorcycle; it’s...
December 12, 2017 by Mike Byrd | Send Network
Both planters and re-planters who are burdened to serve Jesus can find themselves extremely busy -- with meetings, lunches, vision casting, fundraising, and team building. While each of these things are very much needed -- and are great when kept in their proper perspective -- if we are honest...
December 11, 2017 by Rick Duncan | Send Network
You don't have to hang around my friend Mac Lake very long to see it happen. He'll hear someone share an insight, hit his forehead with the palm of his hand, and say, "Wow! That's great! Did you all hear that? Would you say that again? I'm going to write this down. You guys should too!" It's...
December 6, 2017 by Robert Christmas | Send Network
We learned a lot from our first attempt at mimicking the daily training and sending we see in Acts 19:10. Here are a few of the key takeaways: 1. You need a plan Having a detailed plan with times, locations and activity to be done, really helped set the tone for how intentional this week was...
December 5, 2017 by Robert Christmas | Send Network
There were many many great stories from our week of intentional gospel conversations. Here are a few of the highlights: Kyle Konstantine and Angela Goncharov are church planters from the Ukraine. They moved here to reach the hundreds of thousands of Russian speakers in South Florida. They...
December 4, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
Host Dino Senesi talks with Send City Missionary Steve Canter about coaching and systems for success in New York City. To learn more about Send Network planting in NYC, visit namb.net/send-cities/newyorkcity.

How can a church planter encourage his wife?

Christine Hoover, spouse of a church planter and accomplished writer, offers up practical wisdom for church planters on how they can encourage their wives as they serve alongside them on the front lines of ministry.