Church Planting and Missional Communities
Milk cows and plant a church.
It’s a line ready-made by veteran New England planters to adjust the expectations of new ministry entrepreneurs in the region. Don’t expect a cushion of financial support and a nice cushy study and church building. Come ready to till tough soil and do bi-vocational work.
Many say that God seems to be moving in some fresh and exciting ways in the Northeast. Some of the most visible fruit includes Gospel Alliance New England, NETS Institute for Church Planting, and The Gospel Coalition New England, but what’s most encouraging on the ground is the growing number of gospel-faithful pastors and planters investing in the region.
But by no means does that make the soil soft in New England.
Lay Down Your Life in a Little Town
“Don’t come unless you really want to work hard,” says Josh Cousineau, planter in Lewiston,…