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Replant: How a Dying Church Can Grow Again

Replant How a Dying Church Can Grow Again Grow Where You re Replanted Today s spiritual landscape is littered with churches on their last legs forcing us to reconsider how we keep the Body of Christ alive and strong The solution according t

  • Title: Replant: How a Dying Church Can Grow Again
  • Author: Mark Devine Darrin Patrick
  • ISBN: 9780781410328
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • Grow Where You re Replanted Today s spiritual landscape is littered with churches on their last legs, forcing us to reconsider how we keep the Body of Christ alive and strong The solution, according to visionary pastors Darrin Patrick and Mark DeVine, is to infuse new blood into the body and by seeking God s presence and guidance Avoiding cookie cutter steps or how to foGrow Where You re Replanted Today s spiritual landscape is littered with churches on their last legs, forcing us to reconsider how we keep the Body of Christ alive and strong The solution, according to visionary pastors Darrin Patrick and Mark DeVine, is to infuse new blood into the body and by seeking God s presence and guidance Avoiding cookie cutter steps or how to formulas, Replant describes the story of a church resurrection, a story that offers a multitude of divinely inspired, and practical possibilities for church planters The result is a harvest of inspiring ideas on how to inspire new church growth Discover a new openness to churches merging with other congregations, changing leadership, and harvesting fresh spiritual fruit inviting us all to re think how churches not only survive, but thrive.

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    1. This book covers the actions of one church that had a very specific set of circumstances arise. To call this a "replant" seems misleading. A replant would constitute more of a restart or rebirth of a church as opposed to turning over the keys, administration, and people to another entity all together (as is described in this book). Had the church mentioned in this book simply turned over the pastoral search to an outside entity, it likely would've had a similar result. There is no help in this b [...]

    2. This book is a powerful and engaging record of God's hand in reviving a dying church and transforming it into a dynamic witness in its community and around the world. I you are the pastor of a declining church, this may be the shot in the arm that you need to keep going. I know it was for me.

    3. Neat story of a dying church and a church plant joining forces. It definitely challenges the view of our with the old, in with the new when it comes to churches.

    4. A great story, but not much in the way of principles or help unless you are merging with a larger church in order to survive or thrive.

    5. Have you ever wanted to read a biography of a church? Yeah, me neither. It is not that I was opposed to reading a biography of a church…I just had never considered it. I honestly didn’t know that anyone had written one. I didn’t even know that it was possible to write one and, if I did, I wouldn’t expect it to be of any interest to just about anyone outside of that particular church body. You know, like church cookbooks. ;-)But Replant, a new book from Acts 29 via David C Cook by Mark De [...]

    6. "Replant" is the story of how Mark DeVine, how a theology professor at Besson Divinity School, led a struggling Kansas City-based congregation through the process of being replanted as a branch of a larger congregation in St. Louis. DeVine, then a professor at a seminary in Kansas City, agreed to step in as interim minister for the congregation and quickly realized that the congregation was dying. Being guided by a deep pastoral passion, DeVine investigated several options until he finally conne [...]

    7. I bought this book when it was released, but I've ben hesitant to read it. I picked it up during this Thanksgiving break and read it over two days. First, it's a short, quick read--easy to digest, not much pondering required. But second, it fascinated me.I am familiar with the church that is the subject of this book. My family was on staff there many years ago during seminary at Midwestern. It was an incredibly unique location, with an incredibly unique ministry. I know the people referenced in [...]

    8. Mark DeVine writes a very intriguing account of how a dying Baptist Church in the Kansas City area turned to the Lord for direction in how to keep this 150 year old church alive and start it growing again. Was it to bring in a new pastor? Was it to merge with another church in the area? Or maybe was it time to call it quits and close the doors?Mark was teaching Theology at a local Seminary when he became the part-time preaching pastor at this church. His first thought was that the church had the [...]

    9. A book that gives real hope that a dying church can receive new life when leaders and members follow the guidance of the Lord.I would love to read more of the work of the new church planters after the replant. Especially regarding the preaching and application of the gospel. The website of Redeemer Fellowship show that it is clearly a gospel-centered church. The book would have gained even more value if it had shown how the gospel preaching changed the church. This could give members and leaders [...]

    10. I got this book quite a while back and had it on my radar to read as a balance to some of the planting material I have studied already. Darrin Patrick is a name I have been familiar with but not really read until now. Even then, most of this book is not from his perspective.I thought this was a pretty good book. It was an account of God's work through what seemed to be a really tough scenario. I didn't find much to be new or particularly insightful, but it was a good read and does help to balanc [...]

    11. Probably need to read it again. The difficulty with personal stories like this is that it needs some work to extract principles, especially if you're not from the Southern Baptist Convention, and church governance operates differently. If it had been written containing lessons learnt with the actual process as illustration - it may have proven easier (for me anyway). Nevertheless - some helpful thoughts and encouragements in the book; and worth looking at if you're considering a "rejuvenation" o [...]

    12. This is a very quick read that tells the interesting store of reviving an old dying church by merging it with a vibrant one. It doesn't offer technical tips for replanting churches, and it lost a bit of street creed by citing Mark Driscoll as an example--though to be fair its more about the Acts 29 network and their success in urban places like Seattle.It is a decent story, but nothing too earth shattering. Worth a glance if you need a quick read to kill some time and want to see how churches ca [...]

    13. First 2/3 are great, and I think they're are MANY churches who could resonate with the story it tells. Unfortunately the last 1/3 casts a solution that's only truly possible for a small number of urban/suburban churches. There are plenty of helpful principles in it but I'm less than satisfied with the ultimate solution offered.

    14. a story of redemptionI enjoyed this story of how one church was revitalized and became a force for the kingdom of God. This is not really a "How to" book so if you are expecting that you will be disappointed, but it is an interesting story of how a church that was headed towards death was turned around through the working of the Holy Spirit

    15. I believe this book can be helpful for any church planter as well as any small, struggling church. I found it extremely beneficial in the season I am in and I was very encouraged, not just of the victorious story but of the radical means most everyone involved was willing to go to in order to answer the call God had put on their lives.

    16. This book is a great story of how God brought new life to a congregation that was dying. Read it and be inspired by what God can do when believers come together for the sake of the Gospel and the glory of God.

    17. A quick read valuable as encouragement that congregational revitalization is possible, sometimes even in radical ways, like death and resurrection. Not a practical or how-to guide and directly relevant only to the particular circumstances presented.

    18. It is a narrative how one well established church, resurrected into new life, for the King of Kings. Gives you an inside look at Acts 29 and how they plant new and renew existing churches. A frank and inspiring look at located ministry. A must read

    19. It's a well-written, interesting story, but I feel like we only get half of the tale. As it is, it plays a bit like an infomercial for Acts 29 (not that that's necessarily bad). Still, there's plenty that's useful here.

    20. Some good stuff, here. Reads more like an interesting and hopeful story of one church's renewal and reinvigoration than as an instructive on how to go about replanting a struggling church. I enjoyed it, although it was not what I was originally expecting to see.

    21. This book is a great book on leadership. It tells a great story of a marriage between an old church and a new.

    22. Brilliant brilliant brilliant. Inspirational biography attesting to what can happen to dying churches when they are prepared to take a risk. And boy could we use more of this in our day.

    23. What a great story and read about faithful men and a faithful church. Would love to see something like this play out in person.

    24. Great book to read as we transition into taking over a existing building to turn into a church. This book got me a bit more excited about our merger.

    25. What a great story and read about faithful men and a faithful church. Would love to see something like this play out in person.

    26. This book discusses a church revitalization in Kansas City. If your a church planter, or at a church that needs to be revitalized, I recommend this.

    27. While it was a captivating story, it was difficult to see the principles the authors were trying to convey.

    28. An excellent book recording how God worked in a church to bring new life. There are lessons that all can gain but not all can find the same results.

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