CFTROU 0002: How We Embraced a Network of Neighborhood Churches
In our first episode, we discussed why we abandoned the regional megachurch model and today we talk about how we embraced a network of neighborhood churches. We believe that this model is culturally relevant and makes biblical and theological sense. The book of Acts shows us how the first churches were in true partnership with each other. They knew they were better together. It’s this spirit of cooperation and collaboration that is helping us take the gospel to every person in every neighborhood in South Florida. We are seeing God do an amazing work here and believe these strategies are scalable and transferrable.
Key Points From This Episode:
- Discover why we believe a network of neighborhood churches makes biblical and theological sense.
- Find out why churches across North America should consider building a network of neighborhood churches.
- Learn about the three different boxes in which every organization can operate and how to process them.
- Understand why the fear of failure can be paralyzing, preventing new ideas from flourishing.
- Discover what it actually takes to plant a church or start a new campus.
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