Starting a New Church: How to Plant a High-Impact Church

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Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City, 2003 - Religion - 181 pages
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Starting a New Church is perfect for:A church that is considering a new church plantA small church pastor who wants to re-establish his church in the communityA church that has launched a new work and needs fresh ideasStarting a New Church gives you all the tools you need to plant a church successfully! Lead your core group through this program to help them catch a vision and teach them to contribute to the project in significant ways. This easy-to-use notebook is divided into a leader's guide and reproducible student workbook. In addition, this kit includes a DVD designed to stimulate study and discussion. Each of the 15 chapters is enhanced by a 3-5 minute video clip, usually featuring an actual church planter whose story is told in the chapter. Learn how to:Articulate your core values and communicate your vision.Connect with the community around your new church.Set guidelines for choosing the church staff.Find a location for your new church plant.Choose a launch date and prepare for the first Sunday.Finance the new church. A wide variety of original ideas.

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Dale Galloway has achieved international recognition as a pastor, teacher, and mentor. He is a popular speaker who has a history and a heart for training pastors. He has pastored four churches and written 22 books. Dale graduated from Olivet Nazarene University and Nazarene Theological Seminary and earned his doctorate from Western Evangelical Seminary. He and his wife live in Phoenix. Warren Bird directs the research division at Leadership Network. He is an ordained minister, serves part-time on a church staff, and is a contributing faculty member at Alliance Theological Seminary. He holds a Ph.D. in sociology of religion and also collaboratively authored 20 books on topics of church health and church leadership. He and his wife live in New York City.

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