What Is A Church Plant?
- Edward C. Miller
- Church planting is the process of beginning new gatherings of Christ-followers and God-fearers, led by church planters, who are people who are fulfilling the Great Commission through their commitment to a particular vision in a particular community and context.
- Church planters are called ″church planters.″ 1 A church plant may be self-sufficient, receive sponsorship from a denomination, take the form of a campus of another existing church, or originate in some other fashion.
- 2 Despite this, a new church plant always functions as a fresh expression of the global body of Christ, regardless of the paradigm that it follows.
What is church planting in the Bible?
Planting of new churches. The establishment of a new Christian congregation in a given community is the end goal of the church planting process. It should be differentiated from church growth, which is the process of incorporating a newly constructed service, worship space, or creative expression within an already established congregation.
What is church planting and missionary work?
The wider field known as ″missions″ encompasses a number of subfields, one of which is ″church planting.″ Church planters are types of missionaries that focus their efforts on preaching and teaching the Word of God to new congregations.
What is an authentic church planting movement?
The swiftness with which a newly formed congregation plants another church that is analogous to itself is a major indicator of the authenticity of a church planting movement.
What are the different models of church planting?
Examples of Successful Church Planting Models There are a variety of approaches to starting new churches, including the following: Method involving a parachute or a descent using a parachute A church planter and his or her family relocate to a new area in order to begin the process of planting a new church from the ground up.