The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …

Paul the planter

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Kevin DeYoung discusses (using Eckhard Schnabel) whether or not the apostle Paul had a church-planting strategy that focused on cities, and concludes that this is a misguided oversimplification. Here is his helpful conclusion:

So where should we go to plant churches? The short answer is: everywhere. But beyond that we should simply look at where a church is needed and where we have an opportunity to go. This will lead God’s people to many big, important cities. And to many other smaller “less important” towns and regions God cares about just as much.

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Written by Jeremy Walker

Saturday 14 April 2012 at 16:47

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