T4T: A Discipleship Re-Revolution: The Story Behind the World’s Fastest Growing Church Planting Movement and How it Can Happen in Your Community!

T4T: A Discipleship Re-Revolution: The Story Behind the World’s Fastest Growing Church Planting Movement and How it Can Happen in Your Community!

  • Strong biblical foundation for CPM kingdom multiplication, including extensive biblical and topical indexes
  • Excellent biblical exposition of: Jesus’ kingdom of God and parables, Paul’s first-century CPMs, the cost of discipleship, the biblical principles of ‘Precedent and Promise,’ and a call to a 21st century Discipleship Re- Revolution
  • Vignettes and examples from Ying Kai’s life and T4T ministry “in his own words”
  • Lots of practical “How to” insights that will walk you step-by-step through the implementation of T4T
  • Careful exposition of the 1/3-1/3-1/3 process that provides the internal engine of T4T reproduction

Steve Smith’s book represents the accumulated wisdom of nearly two decades of CPM best practices from around the world. The T4T, or Training for Trainers, movement is the most explosive and fruitful Church Planting Movement that we have ever seen. Since its inception in 2001, the T4T movement has seen more than 1.7 million baptisms and more than 130,000 new church starts. Truly we have never seen anything quite like this movement that is now influencing other mission efforts throughout the world. With Steve Smith and Ying Kai’s help, we are now given an insider’s look at how and why this movement is multiplying so rapidly. The book also includes real life examples and case studies of how T4T is multiplying new churches and groups in Asia, the Muslim world, and the U.S.

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what is the fastest and strongest method toanchor churchpews to concrete?

Question by jimmy c: what is the fastest and strongest method toanchor churchpews to concrete?
I have 128 church pews to attach

Best answer:

Answer by DoubleG
Use a wedgee-type anchor. A wedge anchor expands tighter within the hole the harder you pull with upward force. I used them to anchor a baseball dug-out bench and they worked great.

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Outreach 100 2010 (Outreach 100 Largest and Fastest Growing Churches in America, Volume 9, Special Issue)

Outreach 100 2010 (Outreach 100 Largest and Fastest Growing Churches in America, Volume 9, Special Issue)

  • 100 Largest Churches in America
  • 100 Fastest-Growing Churches in America
  • Mystery visitor
  • Lifeway Research Special Report

Outreach Magazine, Reach Your Community, Change the World. Each issue is written for growth-minded Church Leaders and filled with ideas, insights and stories of encouragement to reach your community with the love of Christ. Cover Story for The Outreach 100 2010 issue: This annual Outreach Magazine and Lifeway Research Special Report features the 100 Largest and Fastest- Growing Churches in America: The Lists, The Trends, The Stories Behind the Stats, 25 Great Ideas from Growing Churches, Pastors Share Turning-Point Moments, A Mystery Visit to the No. 1 Church, The Dream Center- When the Church Elevates the Community, and Ed Stetzer-A Window on the Work of God.

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One of the Fastest Growing Episcopal Churches in the U.S. Breaks Ground in Suwanee, Ga — South Forsyth County

Suwanee, GA (PRWEB) March 7, 2005

The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, representing the Anglican Communion in North and Middle Georgia, today announced that it will break ground for its 93rd parish on March 19, at 10:00 a.m. The Right Rev’d J. Neil Alexander, Bishop of Atlanta and Fr. Tripp Norris, Rector of St. Columba’s, will officiate the event. In recognition of the event, Bishop Alexander says, “I know I speak for every member of the Diocese of Atlanta in extending a warm and enthusiastic congratulations to the good people of St. Columba’s.” He adds, “St. Columba’s practice of “radical hospitality” and resulting growth will be the “gold standard” for starting new congregations in this diocese for year’s to come.”

St. Columba’s new location will be located on 15.5 acres at 939 James Burgess Rd. in South Forsyth County, just 1.5 miles east of Old Atlanta Road and half a mile from Hwy 20 at the Chattahoochee River. The close proximity of St. Columba’s to the tri-county area of Johns Creek makes the church convenient to residents of South Forsyth, Gwinnett and North Fulton counties.

To celebrate the occasion, the ground will be marked with white cording in the shape of a cross. The top of the corded cross will be placed where the future altar will be placed. St. Columba’s invites the congregation and public to bring soil from their homes to mix with the soil of the future church home. The Bishop will bless the land and reveal the rendering of the new parish church. An English tea reception will follow the groundbreaking ceremony.

According to Fr. Norris, “The last sixteen months have been an exciting journey for St. Columba’s. We have been blessed with a very active, Spirit-filled, and growing congregation. Together, we have experienced many “firsts” — many new friendships, new ministries, new outreach programs, and soon, a new building! God has indeed called us here, and we couldn’t have imagined a better beginning.”

About Saint Columba’s: Saint Columba’s Church is one of the fastest growing Episcopal parishes in the United States. Since its first service on September 7, 2004, St. Columba’s has been worshipping at South Forsyth Middle School located on Old Atlanta Road, where it will continue to meet until its new building’s estimated completion date in December, 2005. St. Columba’s has earned a reputation of friendliness as it fulfills its mission of radical hospitality to welcome all people. Even though new, St. Columba’s is a church rich in tradition as Fr. Tripp Norris, St. Columba’s Rector maintains the time-honored liturgical style worship and music carried down through the centuries.

About the Episcopal Church: The Episcopal Church has between two and three million members in about 7500 congregations across the United States and a few related dioceses outside the US. The Episcopal Church is a member of the world-wide Anglican Communion, with 94 million members across the globe. Episcopalians believe that the liturgy, our worship together, is the heart of our life, from which flow all of our ministries which seek to embrace the community and deepen our own awareness and connection to God in Jesus Christ.

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