When I moved to my new city where I was to plant a church in I immediately wanted to jump to the harvest mode. But I never cultivated anything initially. It would be like a farmer moving across the country to a new farm and as soon as he lands there he assumes that he can immediately begin harvesting the wheat or corn in the field. But he didn't plant anything. The fields have yet to be cultivated ... soil plowed, seeds planted, fertilized, watered, etc. That's why seemingly most "successful" church plants are led by people who're either local or have been around long enough to develop thick relational networks. In other words, cultivation has been happening for some time.
When we combine business startups and non-profit community development into the church planting process what we're also doing is, like a farmer, taking time to cultivate the fields. Building genuine relationships, getting to know the community, and planting seeds. That’s what this webinar is about … developing long-term strategies for cultivation.
Intrepid is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Cultivating the Soil Through Startups and Community Development
Time: Oct 30, 2018 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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