Thursday, July 18, 2019

The Power of Knowledge & the All-Knowing God

“Knowledge is power,” or so they say. It’s a good saying, except for the fact that life is much more complex. Sometimes knowledge empowers; other...
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JR Vassar on Church Planting

Is a pastor unsuccessful if he moves on to another position? Dave and Jamin are joined on this episode by JR Vassar. JR is a...

Pastors and the Hobby-less Life

If you’ve started a church before, you know the pressure, excitement and urgency. Once the boxes are unpacked, it’s time to get to work. Shortly...

9 Reasons Why You Should Allow Other Elders to Preach

Written by: Joel Brooks This article was originally published on the Sojourn Network. Pastoral plurality in the local church is not just the biblical norm, it...

My Calling; Their Help

It’s easy to spot a church planter. Typically, it’s a man full of ambition, captivated by the call and risk to go not knowing...

When My Help Fails Others

Since I’ve occupied my role within church plants for only a few years, I’m a newbie to ministry. I’ve experience some of the common...

What We Mean When We Say “Care”

The following article was released as a part of a series of “White Papers” that were given during the 2016 Sojourn Leader Summit in...

Pastors and Planters as Evangelists

This is a guest post from Dean Inserra, Founding and Lead Pastor of City Church Tallahassee. As a pastor, I cannot expect church members to...

A Credible Problem

“Who are you?” The person sitting across the table from you may not verbalize this, but they’re thinking it because you just met them for...

The Plurality Dashboard (Part One)

Part Two Inspecting the Engine of Plurality Some men plant churches and slide into a plurality of elders through a slow and measured process. Not effortless...