GREAT ARTICLE ON RURAL MINISTRY"Planting and leading a church in a rural context first requires an understanding of the community. If we enter these close-knit, deeply rooted communities with an air of pride or arrogance, we will most likely fail. . . .
One life at a time, we are sensing a genuine Gospel optimism for small-town renewal.
When churches are planted with an understanding of the community around them, and leadership models are built around honoring the community and integrating it with the life of faith, no one knows all that God might do. What we do know is that God wants to do much, and He is opening wide the doors into rural areas."
Read the entire article by David Pinckney here at The Christian Post.
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