What is missing from many of our efforts and strategies? Doing it Together! We are all very familiar with the Great Commission and the challenge to “Go.” There has been much taught on the Great Commandment and the need to go with “Love.” But it is the last part of Jesus’ mission – which was Jesus’ final prayer – that we have forgotten. It’s the Great Collaboration – that we are to go in love Together!
Joining a network is just one of the ways you can fulfill the Great Collaboration. Check out the resources below for more information on the value of networks, their different expressions, and starting your own.
We are convinced that more networks will lead to more churches being planted. That’s why we want to help you get into a network. Networks build the kingdom not individual castles; and networks build the kingdom by tearing down the walls that divide! An added benefit of a church multiplying network is that you get to be part of a growing group of friends on mission together. Click here to read more.
The best way to help you select and join a network is to take you on an abbreviated tour of the various network models. Each is unique; each has strengths and weaknesses. The locus of control is different in each one; the interdependence is different. The way participants interact is different. That’s the beauty of having all of these available. But we can say with confidence that all of them have a goal to synergize efforts of leaders and churches for greater kingdom impact. Click here to read more.
5 Models of Networks: Part 2
I don’t know about you, but all of this diversity is inspirational to us. After you’ve read about and considered all ten models, ask yourself: which one best fits me and the people I’m leading. Then join one! Don’t go it alone for another day. More networks will lead to more churches being planted. Click here to learn more.
Maybe you’d rather start a network. After all, more networks will lead to more churches planted. There are lots of different reasons and motivations for starting networks. Our assumption is that you are interested in starting a church planting network. If that’s the case, what follows are the seven essential questions we believe you need to ask and answer before starting a network. As you ask and answer the following questions, make sure you refer to the ten models as resources. Then decide if the network you’re planning to start will be similar to one of the models or a hybrid of more than one. Click here to read more.