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What is it like planting churches internationally and how do you know if you are called to do it? In this episode, Jared and Logan share about their experiences church planting in Canada and Iceland, respectively. They discuss some of the unique challenges, the surprises, and the joys of planting churches cross culturally.
There’s a lot of debate amongst Christians right now about how and when to resume in person worship gatherings. But if there’s one thing that’s become clear since the onset of COVID-19 in March, it’s that being able to gather physically with other believers is both important and precious.
In this episode, Jared and Logan argue that while there’s room for Christian freedom in the specific ways we lead our churches during this season, we can safely say that biblically we ought to make every effort to resume in person gatherings as soon and safely as is reasonably possible.
COVID-19 has stripped away many of the programs, events, and marketing strategies that church plants have leaned on in the past. Instead of trying to innovate new ways to do programs and events, what if this is an opportunity for churches to get back to the basics of simple evangelism and one to one discipleship?
There are plenty of lessons to learn from COVID-19 for pastors and church planters. One of the most valuable lessons may be our need to slow down and be content with the ministry God has given us. In this episode, Jared introduces his new co-host, Logan Douglas. Then, Jared and Logan talk about how to truly make a big impact for the Kingdom of God and how COVID-19 has helped both of them learn to slow down and enjoy Jesus and ministry a whole lot more.
Matt & Jared talk about what their experiences have been like so far leading their respective church plants through the early days of the Coronavirus pandemic. They talk about what they’ve been doing in their churches as well as some ideas for other church plants to consider.