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Title: CHURCH PLANTING MOVEMENTS


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CHURCHPLANTING MOVEMENTS
INTRO
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WHAT IS GODS WILL FOR THE NATIONS?
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THAT ALL PEOPLES WOULD GLORIFY HIM
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LOSTNESS They Who Sit In DARKNESS
OUR BURDEN
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IN 1998, THE OVERSEAS LEADERSHIP TEAM OF THE
INTERNATIONAL MISSION BOARD ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING
VISION STATEMENT
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We will facilitate the lost coming to saving
faith in Jesus Christ by beginning and nurturing
Church Planting Movements among all peoples.
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WHAT IS A CHURCH PLANTING MOVEMENT?
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A Church Planting Movement is a rapid
multiplication of indigenous churches planting
churches within a given people group or
population segment.
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THREE KEY COMPONENTS ARE...
  • Rapid
  • Multiplicative Increase
  • Indigenous Churches

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Lets Look At Some CPM Examples
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LATIN AMERICA PEOPLE GROUP
From your readings in the booklet Church Planting
Movements describe
  • Background
  • IMB Involvement
  • Results

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LATIN AMERICA PEOPLE GROUP
From your readings in the booklet Church Planting
Movements describe
  • Background
  • IMB Involvement
  • Results

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EAST ASIA PEOPLE GROUP
From your readings in the booklet Church Planting
Movements describe
  • Background
  • IMB Involvement
  • Results

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EAST ASIA PEOPLE GROUP
From your readings in the booklet Church Planting
Movements describe
  • Background
  • IMB Involvement
  • Results

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SOUTH CENTRAL ASIA GROUP
From your readings in the booklet Church Planting
Movements describe
  • Background
  • IMB Involvement
  • Results

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THE KHMER OF CAMBODIA
From your readings in the booklet Church Planting
Movements describe
  • Background
  • IMB Involvement
  • Results

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CHURCHPLANTING MOVEMENTS
PART ONE
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TEN UNIVERSAL ELEMENTS
PART ONE
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ONE PRAYER
Prayer is fundamental to every Church Planting
Movement. It is typically the first element in a
master strategy plan, and it is the vitality of
the missionarys prayer life that leads to its
imitation in the life
of the new church
and its leader.
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TWO ABUNDANT GOSPEL SOWING
A Church Planting Movement does not emerge where
evangelism is rare or absent. The law of the
harvest applies well If you sow abundantly you
will also reap abundantly.
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The converse is also true wherever government
or social forces intimidate and stifle Christian
witness, Church Planting Movements are
effectively eliminated.
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THREE INTENTIONAL CHURCH PLANTING
In every Church Planting Movement someone
implements a strategy of deliberate church
planting before the movement can get
underway.
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FOUR SCRIPTURAL AUTHORITY
Church Planting Movements rest solidly on the
authority of the Word of God. Even when the Bible
hasnt yet been translated into the heart
language, its authority is unquestioned.
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FIVE LOCAL LEADERSHIP
In CPMs, missionaries walk alongside local
believers cultivating and establishing local
leadership rather than doing it themselves.
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SIX LAY LEADERSHIP
Church Planting Movements are driven by lay
leaders. These leaders are sometimes
bi-vocational and always come from the general
profile of the people being reached.
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Reliance upon lay leadership ensures the largest
possible pool of potential church planters and
cell church leaders.
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SEVEN CELL OR HOUSE CHURCHES
In a Church Planting Movement churches begin as
small reproducible cell churches of 10-30 members
meeting in homes or storefronts.
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EIGHTCHURCHES PLANTING CHURCHES
As CPMs enter a multiplicative phase of
reproduction, the churches themselves plant new
churches. Nothing disqualifies local lay
believers from winning the lost and
planting new churches.
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NINE RAPID REPRODUCTION
Rapid reproduction is evidence that the churches
are unencumbered by non-essential elements and
the laity are fully empowered to participate in
this work of God.
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TEN HEALTHY CHURCHES
CPMs consist of healthy churches carrying out the
five purposes of 1) worship 2) evangelism and
missions, 3) education and discipleship, 4)
ministry, and 5) fellowship.
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CHURCHPLANTING MOVEMENTS
PART TWO
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TEN COMMON FACTORS
PART TWO
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ONE WORSHIP IN THE HEART
LANGUAGE
Worship in the common heart language of the
people keeps it accessible and within reach of
all members of the community and allows everyone
to participate in a new
churchs formation.
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TWO EVANGELISM HAS COMMUNAL
IMPLICATIONS
Contrary to the Western emphasis on individualism
and personal commitment, CPMs typically spread
through communal lines and family ties.
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THREE RAPID INCORPORATION OF NEW CONVERTS INTO
THE LIFE AND MINSTRY OF THE CHURCH.
In most Church Planting Movements, baptism is not
delayed by lengthy discipleship requirements.
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instead, discipleship often precedes conversion
and continues indefinitely. New believers become
immediate witnesses, disciples, and even church
planters.
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FOUR PASSION FEARLESSNESS
Church Planting Movements are characterized by
passion and a sense of urgency. New believers
exhibit a boldness in the face of opposition.
While boldness may invite persecution,
it also fuels a
Church Planting Movement.
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FIVE A PRICE TO PAY TO BECOME A CHRISTIAN
Church Planting Movements often emerge in
difficult settings where following Jesus Christ
may lead to severe persecution or death.
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SIX PERCEIVED LEADERSHIP CRISIS OR SPIRITUAL
VACUUM
A country or people group that has experienced a
loss of leadership or a spiritual void coming
from war, natural disaster or displacement may
create a ripe environment for a
Church Planting Movement.
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In the face of this persecution, believers find
strong support in the testimony of Jesus and the
New Testament Church (Matt. 1017-25).
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SEVEN ON-THE-JOB TRAINING FOR CHURCH
LEADERSHIP
If new church leaders must leave their churches
for extended periods of theological training, the
momentum of the movement diminishes. The
most beneficial
training brings
education close
to the action.
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EIGHT LEADERSHIP AUTHORITY IS
DECENTRALIZED
In a CPM every cell or house church leader has
all the authority required to do whatever needs
to be done in terms evangelism,
ministry, and church planting
without seeking
higher approval.
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NINE OUTSIDERS KEEP A LOW PROFILE
To encourage indigeneity, missionaries draw local
believers into leadership roles through
participative Bible studies and mentoring from
behind the scenes.
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TEN MISSIONARIES SUFFFER
Many engaged in Church Planting Movements have
suffered illness, derision and shame. Students
of CPMs suggest that the affliction may be
related to a higher spiritual price required for
rolling back the darkness
(Rev.1212).
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CHURCHPLANTING MOVEMENTS
PART THREE
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NINE OBSTACLES TO CPMS
PART THREE
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ONE IMPOSING EXTRA-BIBLICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
CHURCH
  • Why would anyone do this?
  • What is the issue?
  • What are the biblical requirements?

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TWO LOSS OF A VALUED CULTURAL IDENTITY
  • Certain elements in every culture are challenged
    by the gospel
  • Other features are simply expressions
    of our diversity

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  • When a people group must abandon its own
    culture and embrace a
    foreign culture to come to
    Christ a major
    obstacle exists!

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THREE OVERCOMING POOR EXAMPLES OF CHRISTIANITY
  • The challenge created by those who have preceded
    us

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FOUR NON-REPRODUCIBLE CHURCH MODELS
  • Non indigenous churches
  • Can this approach to church planting, this style
    of worship, etc., be reproduced by these
    local believers?

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FIVE SUBSIDIES CREATING DEPENDENCE
  • The importance of external support
  • The Help that Hurts

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SIX EXTRA-BIBLICAL LEADERSHIP REQUIREMENTS
  • Who can be a pastor in your context?
  • What are the biblical requirements for church
    leadership?

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SEVEN PLANTING FROG RATHER THAN LIZARD CHURCHES
  • What is the difference between frogs and lizards?

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A PREPODERANCE OF MULES
  • We need horses rather than mules

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EIGHT LINEAR, SEQUENTIAL THOUGHT AND PRACTICE
  • A new way of thinking is needed
  • Rather than slowly building a CPM step-by-step,
    CPM missionaries practice the
    end from the beginning.

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NI NE PRESCRIPTIVE RATHER THAN DESCRIPTIVE
STATEGIES
  • Be a passionate learner
  • Find what God is doing and join Him

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