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Church Is A Place For Sowing Extravagantly

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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Planting a church and pastoring its development is an intense journey, full of challenges. But Jesus calls us to lives of peace on the journey! This part 3 of our Theology over Lunch: Webinar Series discusses the Parable of the Sower, and how church planting can be healthy for you as a leader.

What You’ll Learn:

  • What it means to sow extravagantly
  • The Holy’s Spirit’s place in church growth strategy
  • The importance of welcoming difficulty

“God’s yes to me is greater than everyone else’s no” —Liz Moore

Watch the Recording [embedyt]https://youtu.be/X7J2tJIOjpo[/embedyt]

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“The extravagance in our lives was in welcome…in time and energy.” —Caleb Maskell

Timeline:

6:44 A foundation for the conversation
12:44 Fitting the church planter model
16:31 The parable of the sower
24:58 What does it mean to sow extravagantly?
31:16 When to press in and when to press pause
33:33 The Holy Spirit’s church growth strategy

“It’s so easy for us to go into the checklist or the program instead of doing the patient work of being attentive to who God is calling us to in the current chapter of our missional lives with God.” —Liz Moore

 Resources

Multiply Vineyard Church Planter Application
Church Is A Place For Learning To Be Human Webinar Recording
Church Is A Place For Remembering The Future Webinar Recording
The Patient Ferment of the Early Church: The Improbable Rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire by Alan Kreider
How Worship Forms Us: An Interview With James K. A. Smith 
Online Course: Healthy Church Plants Are Obsessively Outward Focused
Online Course: Healthy Church Growth
Engaging a Culture: Finding God’s Vision For Your City by Jay Pathak
How to Discern Your Calling and Not Quit Your Day Job: A Conversation on Vocation and a Kingdom Theology of Work

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