Three experts in the field of substance abuse explore resources and insights on the often lethal epidemic of substance abuse in our country, and how the church can bring hope and life.
Rev. Yared Halche explores the unique opportunities and challenges to begin churches among the various ethnic groups in our country today.
Rev. Tim Droegemueller explores how to harness the power of catechesis and assimilation in the discipleship process.
Rev. Geoff Robinson explores the importance of using models of church planting that are not only sustainable but can be replicated to allow for the multiplication of many more.
Rev. Dr. Lucas Woodford explores the mission of the church and how to resolve the confusion between “getting the message right,” and “getting the message out.”
Rev. William Weedon explores the unique perspective and advantage of our church to advance the mission of Christ through the sacraments while church planting.
Rev. John Fiene explores the theological, organizational and practical questions about the important qualities and skills related to church planting.
Rev. Todd Kollbaum explores the differences and similarities between urban and rural church planting.
Rev. Larry Vogel explores how the current demographics in the US today are profoundly affecting the church and the implementation of its mission.