You’ve discerned your call and are excited to plant a church—now what? From setting the direction of your new church, to forming contextual biblical community, to sending your own planters out through multiplication—practical, biblical instruction will guide you in your church planting journey.
Preparing you for success
One size won’t fit all when it comes to church planting. Your context informs and determines your approach. Contextualized training helps prepare you to succeed whether you’re planting on a college campus, replanting an older congregation or establishing a plant while maintaining another career in the community. Interactive peer-learning environments guided by an experienced trainer will give you the tools to develop and implement a strategic mission unique to your gifts, chosen model and context.
Send Network Training exists to develop strong, healthy leaders through a unique approach using 12 leadership competencies. The developmental process is highly relational as we utilize a coaching and mentoring approach at the heart of our process.
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My coach helped me by offering wisdom and encouragement to stay the course and trust The Lord. Church planting is difficult, and it is comforting to be paired with someone who has not only been where you are, but they have succeeded in establishing the foundation of a new church.
Waterfront Church, Washington, DC
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