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Her to identify where he is already bringing people funds and other resources together for his purposesDeep Roots – wherever there’s a church in the making God provides a group of leaders who can align people and resources in order to achieve and sustain the church’s mission Lone planters have a much less hope of succeeding let alone survivin Super practical Not very theological Frustrating at times But a worthy read for some of his common sense strategies that leave you saying oh duh Makes perfect sense when you say it like that The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory resources together for his purposesDeep Roots – wherever there’s a church in the making God provides a group of leaders who can align people and The Big Golden Book of Poetry resources in order to achieve and sustain the church’s mission Lone planters have a much less hope of succeeding let alone survivin Super practical Not very theological Frustrating at times But a worthy NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW read for some of his common sense strategies that leave you saying oh duh Makes perfect sense when you say it like that

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Church in the Making

Openness of people’s hearts we must gauge the spiritual receptivity of our community before planting a church If the people are not yet open to the Gospel the first step is to cultivate their heartsRolling Rocks – momentum is also key to the success of new churches If God truly builds his church then our job is not to start from scratch but rat This was one of those rare cases where I agreed with the author s points but not always with how he got there His points about organic growth spiritual readiness of the area and cultivation of the community are spot on However I can only give it three star because he seemed to ruin valid points by trying to find biblical evidence in incidental parts of scripture that really were not about the points he wanted to make It doesnt mean he was wrong just that he was trying to prove what he didn t need to and often did so by reading major ideas into scripture where it didn t really fit He also made some generalizations about other forms of church that while not critical were grossly overstated and innaccurate He used stereotypes while at the same time not judging those stereotypesStill worth the read with many great points but just keep a clear eye on some of his arguments Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic receptivity of our community before planting a church If the people are not yet open to the Gospel the first step is to cultivate their heartsRolling Rocks – momentum is also key to the success of new churches If God truly builds his church then our job is not to start from scratch but Earthfall (Homecoming, rat This was one of those A Daddy for Christmas rare cases where I agreed with the author s points but not always with how he got there His points about organic growth spiritual Banned in Britain readiness of the area and cultivation of the community are spot on However I can only give it three star because he seemed to Hour of the Beast ruin valid points by trying to find biblical evidence in incidental parts of scripture that Dictionary Of Dreams really were not about the points he wanted to make It doesnt mean he was wrong just that he was trying to prove what he didn t need to and often did so by The Love of a Latino reading major ideas into scripture where it didn t Other Days, Other Eyes really fit He also made some generalizations about other forms of church that while not critical were grossly overstated and innaccurate He used stereotypes while at the same time not judging those stereotypesStill worth the Deception Island read with many great points but just keep a clear eye on some of his arguments

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Nearly eighty percent of all new churches fail leaving countless discouraged church planters wondering why Ben Arment answers their uestion with Church in the Making by identifying and expanding on three God ordained conditions that make for a successful church plant even before the doors openGood Ground – just as Jesus based his ministry on the Yeesh


10 thoughts on “Church in the Making

  1. says:

    Really helpful for looking at church planting from a different angle than many of the books out there on the topic Could be useful in thinking brought ministry strategy generally as well Despite tending towards utilitarian pragmatism I found it a worthwhile read

  2. says:

    This was a uick 24 hour read for me It was uncomfortably and stretchingly practical but I took a lot of great things away from it that should be helpful It's a highly optimistic approach to slow steady church pla

  3. says:

    Yeesh

  4. says:

    This is one great church planting bookChurch in the Making brings the church planter to the realization that God is the one that will make the church and that when they appear on the mission field they step into what God is already doing Many of the uotes and paragraphs that I read in this book gave me hope for church plan

  5. says:

    This was one of those rare cases where I agreed with the author's points but not always with how he got there His points about organic growth spiritual readiness of the area and cultivation of the community are spot on However I can only give it three star because he seemed to ruin valid points by trying to find biblical evidence in incidental parts of scripture that really were not about the points he wanted t

  6. says:

    You don't often read a book about a topic that is written by a self professed failure You can imagine the type of information you would get if that were the case though Ben Arment writes a great book that balances out the idealism that church planters exude on the front end with the realistic task that they are heading towards He does a great job of tearing you down so that he can build you back up albeit a little wiser In additio

  7. says:

    This is probably my favorite book of the year so far Not simply because of the great and free writing style but b

  8. says:

    Part church planter’s memoir part church planter’s manual Church in the Making provides inspiring anecdotes stories of frustration and some basic approaches to planting healthy churches good ground finding or

  9. says:

    Super practical Not very theological Frustrating at times But a worthy read for some of his common sense strategies that leave you saying oh du

  10. says:

    The first two sections are much

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