Revitalize & Replant THY churches

Revitalize & Replant THY churches

Revitalize & Replant is a weekly discussion on church revitalization and replanting featuring Thom Rainer, Jonathan Howe, and Mark Clifton. Revitalize & Replant with Thom Rainer is presented by the North American Mission Board.

Revitalize & Replant is sponsored by the North American Mission Board and More than 10% of churches in North America are at risk of closing and the North American Mission Board is committed to reversing this trend by decreasing the death rate of existing churches while simultaneously increasing the birth rate of new churches. To learn more about what it means to become a replanting pastor or to explore resources for replanting and revitalization in your own church,


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  • Reply August 7, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    OK here we go Nelson Banuchi Daniel J Hesse this is the new draft trend promoted last week in Orlando – what say ye?

  • Reply August 7, 2019

    Daniel J Hesse

    New draft?

    • Reply August 7, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      Moew of a new DRIFT The Shepherding Movement (sometimes called the “Discipleship Movement”) was an influential and controversial movement within some British, Australian and American charismatic churches. It emerged in the 1970s and early 1980s. The doctrine of the movement emphasized the “one another” passages of the New Testament, and the mentoring relationship described in the Second Epistle to Timothy.

      It began when four well-known Charismatic teachers, Bob Mumford, Derek Prince, Charles Simpson, and Don Basham, along with Ern Baxter and John Poole, “formed the organization that would be ‘the center of one of the most violent controversies (i.e., the Discipleship/Shepherding controversy) in Protestant charismatic history,’ Christian Growth Ministries (CGM), headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

  • Reply August 8, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    Daniel J Hesse consider what BOB said

    I stopped going to a church like so, that I was a member of since the 80’s. They stopped Wednesday night service and Sunday School. For Sunday school they have coffee and donut hour, social club. But, they have lost 90% of the church.

    • Reply August 8, 2019

      Nelson Banuchi

      Troy Day maybe the donuts and coffee didn’t taste good?

    • Reply August 9, 2019

      Varnel Watson

      Nelson Banuchi I dont know but they SURE bring the church up

    • Reply August 9, 2019

      Charles Page

      Tim Hill strongly advocates a NAR agenda with his “Jeremiah Generations”

    • Reply August 9, 2019

      Charles Page

      What common denominator does Tim Hill and Paula White have? T. L. Lowery

  • Reply August 8, 2019

    Davidking Manelli

    Good matter

  • Reply August 10, 2019

    Varnel Watson

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