Planting New Churches in a Postmodern Age

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Broadman & Holman, 2003 - Church development, New - 365 pages
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Len Sweet talks about Planting New Churches in a Postmodern Age as that one-stop, one-shop wonder that makes obsolete all the alternatives. In this book, Ed Stetzer lays out a case for missional church planting and then describes the process to plant healthy new churches. He combines the theological and the practical in one book. The book looks at cultures and how to reach persons in those cultures through the tools within the cultures themselves. It also provides a new look at emerging trends in churches reaching postmoderns. Then, it provides step by step instructions about how to plant churches in today's world. Sections include Basics of Church Planting, which explores the biblical and theological basis for planting, Church Planting Nuts and Bolts which provides those essential practical tools, and Understanding Cultures and Models, which provides fresh insights into reaching unchurched people. Solid experience (from Stetzer and dozens of examples), Biblical roots, and fresh insights into the postmodern world make this a must read for the church planting hoping to make an impact.

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Ed Stetzer is vice president of research and ministry development at LifeWay Christian Resources in Nashville, Tennessee. He holds two masters and two doctoral degrees and has written dozens of articles and acclaimed books including Planting Missional Churches, Breaking the Missional Code, Comeback Churches, and Lost and Found. Ed and his wife, Donna, have three daughters and live in Nashville, Tennessee.

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