Multiplying Jesus: Planting Churches
Author(s): Matthew Fretwell
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This volume, Multiplying Jesus: Planting Churches is designed with the intent of training domestic (Western) church planters to make disciple-makers and multiply. This work will specifically address the concepts, principles, and strategies of church planting. While some models and strategies are more evidently biblical, the contemporary church should not rule out the attempts to reach as many unregenerate and lost souls as humanly possible. As well, several of the strategies did not exist during the times of the New Testament writings. While the population of the planet has increased exponentially since the early church, the power and effectiveness of the gospel remains the same.
Chapter 1 Great Commission, Calling, and Gifting
Theology and Missiology?
Is the Missio Dei the Great Commission?
Making Disciples or Church Planting?
Biblical Idea of Church Planting
Chapter 2 Anchor Trades and Shared Spaces
Why Co-Vocational Is Important?
Reaching Communities and Exegesis
Chapter 3 Reproducible Disciple-Making
Where do we go from Here?
The ARC Strategy
Using the ARC Strategy
Chapter 4 Missional Communities and Microchurches
Which Strategy is the Best?
Chapter 5 Parachute Method
Priscilla and Aquila
Chapter 6 Antioch and the Team Approach
Chapter 7 Maximum Capacity Launch
Targeted Areas or People
Importance of a Mother Church
Chapter 8 Comprehensive Strategy
Meeting the Needs
Vocational Training and Poverty
Chapter 9 Entrepreneurial Planting
Leveraging Business for the Kingdom
Creating Community Partnerships
Assessment 2—Fivefold Ministry Gift/Calling
Assessment 3—Risk Factors
Assessment 4—Behavioral Evaluation
Assessment 5—Entrepreneurial Survey
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