FCP 22 | Joel Repic, The Greenhouse Network

FCP 22 | Joel Repic, The Greenhouse Network

The Greenhouse Network is a decentralized, released, growing family of missional leaders and outposts (non-profit organizations, social impact projects, missional communities, businesses, and church plants) that exists to provide relationship between missional outposts and church plants for sharing resources, provide support for missional leaders, provide access for emerging leaders to existing social and material capital, and provide momentum for the regional multiplication of missional outposts and church plants. The Greenhouse Network had its beginnings in

LNP15 | How the Kansas City Underground Emerged

LNP15 | How the Kansas City Underground Emerged

Of Kansas City’s 2.2 million people, 1.8 million are unreached or have no meaningful engagement with the gospel, and we’re not okay with that. From what we’ve seen, the predominant model of church planting will not be a sufficient strategy by itself to see gospel saturation realized in our city, where every man, woman, boy, and girl have repeated opportunities to see, hear, experience, and respond to the gospel. However, another form of planting can

LNP14 | The Phases of a Microchurch Leader

LNP14 | The Phases of a Microchurch Leader

Guest: Brian Sanders If we do not know to whom we have been sent, we will never become effective disciple-makers. If we do not make disciples, we will not see the Church continue to emerge. Without clarity on our own personal calling in disciple-making, we can only hope that the work we do for Jesus results in some good. Brian Sanders says, “Calling stands in the middle of our tangible submission to Jesus as Lord

LNP13 | Rhythms of Healthy Microchurches

LNP13 | Rhythms of Healthy Microchurches

Guest: Hugh Halter Founder, Lantern Network A better framework for understanding microchurches has less to do with an event or a place; rather, seeing each as a family on mission. While every family looks different, we know that a healthy family will have healthy rhythms that bind them together and define who they are and how they function. Healthy microchurches are healthy families on mission, with healthy rhythms. The Microchurch Next team hosts Hugh Halter

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