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CMIN 201 (Sp ‘15) T11 - Church Planting

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Transcript of CMIN 201 (Sp ‘15) T11 - Church Planting

Image Credit and Sources
Church-Planting Movements
Do it; retrieved April 7, 2013 from http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4069/4402084592_ff3ff9b692.jpg.
What motivates us to spread the good news?
results (fruit)
needs (otherwise they get lost)
???
Not
revivals or spiritual awakenings
Not
mass evangelism
Not
people movements
Not
the church growth movement
Not
just a divine miracle
Not
a Western invention
Not
an end in itself
What is a church?
It's a
discipling community
where each believer by serving others grows into Christlikeness
What is better than a church?
Grapes; retrieved April 7, 2013 from http://www.flickr.com/photos/philipstorry/339544788/sizes/o/in/photostream/.
How intimately is every discipling community related to Christ? How faithfully does it continue his life and ministry?
Planting multiplying churches
A church-planting movement is a rapid multiplication of indigenous churches planting churches that
sweeps through a people group or population segment.
A church-planting movement is a
rapid
multiplication of indigenous churches planting churches that sweeps through a people group or population segment.
Why do these churches reproduce rapidly?
Because they
can
must
(simple structure)
(limited space)
A church-planting movement is a rapid multiplication of indigenous
churches planting churches
that sweeps through a people group or population segment.
A church-planting movement is a rapid
multiplication
of indigenous churches planting churches that sweeps through a people group or population segment.
A church-planting movement is a rapid multiplication of
indigenous
churches planting churches that sweeps through a people group or population segment.
These churches want to reach their entire people group
People world map is a combination of a world map and crowd combined;
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8471/8098699979_1fa55189ae.jpg
http://farm2.staticflickr.com/1436/613445810_2249c2d193.jpg.
Bible study at home; retrieved April 7, 2013 from http://farm1.staticflickr.com/39/78420698_c4934584ff.jpg.
- "generated from within"
- for many believers, the movement looks,
acts and feels like their own
Outsiders should not seek to gain or regain control of the rapidly reproducing churches.
What Church-Planting Movements are
NOT
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Adopted some thoughts from David Garrison, "Church-Planting Movements" in Mike Barnett,
Discovering the Mission of God: Best Missional Practices for the 21st Century
(IVP, 2012), 451-620.
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