Church Planting Case Studies

Module 9 of the AccessTruth Curriculum

Examples from Around the World of Cross-cultural Church Planting

22 Lessons

Hear stories from many different cross-cultural settings

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About this course

Series: The AccessTruth Curriculum

The Church Planting Case Studies in this course, (Module 9 of the AccessTruth curriculum) are framed by the categories Word, Identity, Life, Discipleship. When this framework was introduced in Module 7, it was not with a specific context in view. The four W.I.L.D areas were discussed in turn, with the intention of demonstrating how the principles relate to any situation in which God’s Word is being shared and discipleship is taking place.

This Module also makes applications from those W.I.L.D. areas, but in the form of case studies, all of which relate to work done in people groups where God’s Word was previously absent or difficult to access; in other words, cross-cultural, church planting and discipleship scenarios. The 22 tutorials contain a wealth of valuable insights from church planters and first generation church leaders as they reflect on the challenges they’ve faced, and also the amazing fruit they’ve seen in the areas of God’s Word, Identity, Life and Discipleship.

Paul Mac

Paul and his wife Linda worked 11 years in Papua New Guinea doing pioneering church planting work and Bible translation among a previously unreached people group. They have since been involved in church planting consultancy giving guidance to teams all around the world. They are passionate about seeing churches planted that are well equipped to carry on for future generations.

Rich Brown

Rich and Karen Brown worked for many years among a people group in South Asia in church planting and Bible translation. Rich now serves on a leadership team with Ethnos360 overseeing church planting efforts and missionary training.

What you will learn

  • How God has worked and continues to work in many different contexts
  • Principles related to cross-cultural church planting and ministry
  • How the W.I.L.D. framework can be used to assess different areas of growth
  • God's plans and purposes for His Church