Everything listed under: Starting Over

  • Starting Over When You Have Over Started in Revitalization Part VIII

    The Potholes From Running Too Far Too Fast in a Church Start Without Assimilation Potholes are hard for church planters to see. They can do a great deal of damage to the young and emerging church plant. Here are a few common potholes that come from running too far too fast in a church start without proper assimilation: 1.   Read More...

  • Starting Over When You Have Over Started in Revitalization Part VII

    The Pitfalls of Running Too Far Too Fast in a Church Start Without Assimilation In Webster’s New World Dictionary, a “pitfall” is defined as (1) a lightly covered pit used as a trap for animals and (2) an unsuspected difficulty, danger or error that one may fall into. Church planting is chock-full of pitfalls. It is best to be aware of them as you begin the adventure of starting a new church.   Read More...

  • Starting Over When You Have Over Started in Revitalization Part VI

    The Pitfalls of Running Too Far Too Fast in a Church Start Without Assimilation In Webster’s New World Dictionary, a “pitfall” is defined as (1) a lightly covered pit used as a trap for animals and (2) an unsuspected difficulty, danger or error that one may fall into. Church planting is chock-full of pitfalls. It is best to be aware of them as you begin the adventure of starting a new church.   Read More...

  • Starting Over When You Have Over Started in Revitalization Part V

    The Pitfalls Running Too Far Too Fast in a Church Start Without Assimilation In Webster’s New World Dictionary, a “pitfall” is defined as (1) a lightly covered pit used as a trap for animals and (2) an unsuspected difficulty, danger or error that one may fall into. Church planting is chock-full of pitfalls. It is best to be aware of them as you begin the adventure of starting a new church.   Read More...

  • Starting Over When You Have Over Started in Revitalization Part IV

    The Pitfalls of Running Too Far Too Fast in a Church Start Without Assimilation In Webster’s New World Dictionary, a “pitfall” is defined as (1) a lightly covered pit used as a trap for animals and (2) an unsuspected difficulty, danger or error that one may fall into. Church planting is chock-full of pitfalls. It is best to be aware of them as you begin the adventure of starting a new church.   Read More...

  • Starting Over When You Have Over Started in Revitalization Part III

    The Pitfalls of Running Too Far Too Fast in a Church Start Without Assimilation In Webster’s New World Dictionary, a “pitfall” is defined as (1) a lightly covered pit used as a trap for animals and (2) an unsuspected difficulty, danger or error that one may fall into. Church planting is chock-full of pitfalls. It is best to be aware of them as you begin the adventure of starting a new church.   Read More...

  • Starting Over When You Have Over Started in Revitalization Part II

    The Pitfalls of Running Too Far Too Fast in a Church Start Without Assimilation In Webster’s New World Dictionary, a “pitfall” is defined as (1) a lightly covered pit used as a trap for animals and (2) an unsuspected difficulty, danger or error that one may fall into. Church planting is chock-full of pitfalls. It is best to be aware of them as you begin the adventure of starting a new church.   Read More...

  • Starting Over When You Have Over Started in Revitalization

    After some time had passed, Paul said to Barnabas, “Let’s go back and visit the brothers in every town where we have preached the message of the Lord and see how they’re doing” Acts 15:36 Have you ever had to start over again? Sometimes it may have been a little embarrassing that you have to start over. Churches often over start when a new leader arrives on the scene to move the church forward.   Read More...