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Church planting movements are not a feature of the western church at the present time. Check out Steve Addison’s two interviews with Jeff Sundell – ‘learning from the east’! The first one focuses on his experience in Nepal, the second on how he has been applying CPM principles back home in the US.

Leaders to be proud of!

In the midst of a very public political ‘meltdown’ in Australia this week over climate change solutions, a caller to a radio-talk program mused over political leaders who have made him proud. Those he mentioned came from diverse political parties! It got me thinking about Christian leaders. Most denominations produce administrators – but true leaders… Continue reading

Where it started!

Steve Addison reports on my recent return to Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea) where in the 1970’s we were involved in planting a bunch of churches. But, it started earlier! Towards the end of my first year in ministry (1971), my State leader (Pastor Clive Barrett) suggested I start a new church in Condoblin (central… Continue reading

T4T for Movements

‘The time to persuade is over. It is now time to train those who want to see church planting movements!’ Steve Addison said this morning, as he welcomed 20 participants for three days of T4T (training for trainers) for movements. ‘I will trust God to see the book of Acts lived out in Australia.’ The… Continue reading

Church Plant hosts Teams Training

Revive (Melbourne, Australia) celebrated two years as a church plant by hosting a ‘church planting teams training’ event for 20 people representing six potential plants. To maintain church health and vitality a local church must be reproducing and multiplying – and Revive recognizes the need for new clusters, groups and churches. Currently they are supporting… Continue reading