Church planting can be a lonely work. It’s amazing that a venture in which people are vital can result in isolation. Planters and their wives often lament the loss of community experienced when they launch out into a new work. Some of this is to be expected; there are fewer people in fledgling church plants, and many of them are non-Christians or immature believers. Yet much of the lack of community experienced by church planters is correctable. In this short e-book, church planters and their wives discuss the necessity of community and present an assortment of practical tools planters can use to find community before it is too late.