Church Planting and the Middle East Domino Affect (2 of 3)

Reflecting on the developments in the Middle East has set off another domino affect in me.  Since I first told my father that I felt God drawing me into church planting at the age of 18, I have spent almost every waking moment thinking about and praying for the development of healthy churches.  Ten years have passed and I find myself with a longer list of unresolved questions than solutions.

One of the observations I have made leads to many more questions: how one “plants church” is based on a large list of assumptions.

  • What is the local church’s role in a community?
  • How important is it to have a venue?
  • What model of church is most biblical?
  • What is the church?

The way we answer those questions is the way we’ll “plant church”.

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