Jesus Never Said to Plant Churches: And 12 More Things They Never Told Me About Church Planting - eBook
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Vendor: Influence Resources
Publication Date: 2012
Church planting is hard. Very hard. No, extremely hard. But no one ever told that to Trinity Jordan when he and his wife set out to plant Elevation Church fifteen miles north of Salt Lake City, Utah. What started with three families and a dog named Carson meeting in a house has now grown into multiple house churches and two public gathering locations, with more being developed. But those early days (well, even the current ones, too) would not have been so tough had Trinity been forewarned and well-armed to face the challenges ahead. A new generation of church leaders have begun planting churches in droves and at breakneck speed, which is wonderful in and of itself, but with this movement comes the need to understand all the pitfalls, hurdles, and challenges often overlooked. Jesus Never Said to Plant Churches reveals the secrets on church planting so leaders will have the insight and confidence to complete their mission to see Gods glory reflected in changed lives.
Trinity Jordan is the Lead Pastor and founder of Elevation Church in Layton, Utah. He is a frequent speaker at church-planting events, college campuses, and at churches around the world. Trinity has been the host of a television pilot series and is involved with producing feature films. He is a gifted communicator, creative thinker, and passionate about seeing people follow Jesus. He lives in Utah with his wife, Ami, and their two young daughters.
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Rev Al1 Stars Out Of 5Disappointing....October 15, 2015Rev AlQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Not what I hoped for, certainly not what I expected. I found it interesting that he spent the early chapters admitting mistakes made, then in later chapters criticizing leadership for holding him acountable.
why does he need to use titles like "Peeing Pastors" it is unnecessary and offensive.
I know the person he is referring to. His illustration is very misleading and does not tell the whole story.
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