How Healthy is Your Church?
The following post comes to us from Steve Addison, church planter and author of Movements That Change the World; What Jesus Started; and Pioneering Movements. I often get asked, “How many church plants survive?” It’s the wrong question. I remember being a first-time church planter. I understand the angst. You hope for more, but you […]
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