God Gave the Growth: Church Planting in the Episcopal Church
God Gave the Growth: Church Planting in the Episcopal Church  -     By: Susan Brown Snook
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 248
Vendor: Morehouse Publishing
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN: 0819229970
ISBN-13: 9780819229977

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"The Episcopal Church has recognized that planting new churches is a high priority through the Mission Enterprise Zones initiative, which provides grant funding for new worshiping communities, in partnership with dioceses. While there is significant literature and training available for church planters in evangelical contexts, very little is available for planters in the Episcopal/mainline context.

This book addresses how to rise up and train leaders for the difficult task of planting new churches in the twenty-first century. It answers the essential questions, such as why should we plant churches, what models of church planting are most successful, what kinds of leaders are necessary, and what problems can be expected. Through the author’s personal experience and interviews with diocesan experts and leaders in mainline denominations, it provides strategies, approaches, and problem-solving techniques."

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Susan Brown Snook is a priest and church planter who founded the Episcopal Church of the Nativity, Scottsdale, Arizona, in 2006, which is now a full parish in a permanent building with average Sunday attendance of more than 200. A widely respected leader in the Episcopal Church and member of the Executive Council, she strongly believes that church planting is how to revitalize the Episcopal Church in the twenty-first century. She lives in Fountain Hills, Arizona.

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