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5 Critical Lessons From a Church Merger

Missionally-minded church mergers are a growing trend in the last couple years. Many churches are now joining forces in order to become more effective at reaching their city. In this post, Acts 29 ...

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Four Indications of a Thriving Supernatural Church Plant

I do not think that the American church is dependent upon the Spirit's empowerment. Most of what takes place among our local gatherings may be able to occur without the Holy Spirit. This is tragic ...

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You Know You are Pastoring a Missional Church When...

Adapted and excerpted from Matt Carter’s Orlando Boot Camp message, “Leading Your Church on Mission.” The Church Leader’s Job is to Equip People for Ministry In Ephesians ...

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God is Sovereign... So Why Are we Praying for Our Cities and Churches Again?

  Terry Virgo founded New Frontiers, an international, 700-church, charismatic, reformed, and missional network based out of England. Terry and New Frontiers have been a blessing to Acts 29 ...

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What's Different About "Boot Camp 2.0" ?

Join us March 10-11 at The Village Church in Dallas, Texas, for our first Boot Camp 2.0 A New Kind of Boot Camp The Acts 29 Network helps pastors plant churches that plant churches so more people ...

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Raise the Bar and Release Your People to Go on Mission

“[Your people are] capable, because the power that raised Jesus Christ is sitting in that single mom. The power that raised Jesus Christ is sitting in that young married couple. The power that ...

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Righteous Indignation

By Dr Bruce Wesley Clear Creek Community Church Church planting exposed my emotional brokenness on two fronts. First, I was angry most of the time. My anger fueled my workaholic tendencies. ...

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Every Shepherd Needs a Shepherd

By Scott Thomas, Acts 29 President Every shepherd in the church needs a shepherd. In the last 12 months, many pastors experienced trials and suffering. Some were health-related, others were family ...

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Reading Good Missiology

Church planters often know the “latest book to read.” We reference pragmatic books constantly. But are we reading the right books? Reading Indigestion As a church planter, it can be ...

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Why The Missional Church Isn't Enough

  Advance & Retreat of the Church Over a century ago, Church historian Kenneth Latourette (1884-1963), pointed out that the church’s history is one of advance and retreat, advance ...

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