Food For Thought: Behind The Eight Ball Edition

Every week here at Pursuing Glory I try to bring together the best posts I’ve found that will equip the end-times church to operate in her God-ordained destiny.  These are the best blogs, articles, books and other resources related to our purpose here at this site.  Feel free to visit, comment, and make use of the resources found at each site.

The last few weeks have been incredibly busy.  We’ve had a close friend get married along with a host of other priorities.  This has kept us busy and me from blogging.  I’m trying to get in the swing of things and hopefully I have enough posts to keep the blog rolling for a couple of weeks.  And now for your links:

Church Planting Module at Northwood at Jewish Synagogue Bob Roberts blogs @ Glocalnet about a church planting course he’s hosting @ a Jewish Synagogue.  Half way through, Bob describes the training he gives these guys & everyone involved in church planting should take his advice seriously.

Going Deeper The question everyone asks about true church planting movements is “Are the converts truly being discipled?” Steve argues in this post @ Movements that we must redefine what discipleship means.

4,000 Churches Planted In Ethiopia in 3 Years Roger Thoman @ Simple Church Journal distills a paper by Dave Hunt on church planting movements in Africa. The movement planted 4,000 churches in Ethiopia in 3 years.

A Cautionary Tale: Stay In One Place Felicity @ Simply Church continues discussing Luke 10 principles.  So much of Luke 10 ministry revolves around a person of peace, and here Felicity warns about moving to other places besides their sphere.

Photo Credit: Design Probes – Food for Thought by centralasian.

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

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