Why I’m Bivocational

Read about how Allen Kleine Deters has found freedom and opportunities for evangelism in bivocational ministry.

How Do Bivocational Planters Impact our Movement?

More church planters are bivocational than ever. Amy Schenkel wonders what this means for the multiplication movement.

Become a Global Christian Host Congregation

Read about how one church is growing its ministry by sharing its space with another congregation. Is God is calling your church to become a host?

Finding Unity in Christ in the Multicultural Church

Ed Schneider explains why celebrating both cultural difference and unity in Christ is essential for multicultural church planters.

Rooted in the Beginning and the End

Larry Doornbos, pastor of Evergreen Ministries, reflects on the importance of planting churches rooted in both the beginning and the end of God’s story.

Discussing Theology and Social Justice at the Pub

Discover how The Table Community Church in Denver, Colorado, is bringing discussion about theology from the pews to the pub.

Leadership Development: People and Capacity

Struggling to find leaders? Adrian Van Giessen thinks better leadership development is the answer.

Identifying Next-Generation Church Planters: Six Key Traits

The next generation of planters might be sitting in your church this Sunday. John Alwood offers six tips for identifying these potential leaders.

Urban Planting: Two Truths and a Dare

Are you an urban planter? Check out the two truths and a dare that have shaped Keith Allen’s approach to planting in the city.

A Biblical Perspective on Funding Your Ministry

Funding a church plant isn’t easy; the Bible can help. Follow Paul’s lead with three financial strategies straight from the New Testament.