What Makes Hard Places ‘Hard’?

What Makes Hard Places ‘Hard’?

Planting and leading churches in hard places comes with unique challenges

Acts 29: Churches Planting Churches

“This is what the gospel does to us: it humbles us and enables us to identify with the poor. In the gospel, we’re not superior to the poor; we are the poor, having nothing to bring to God. We’re not superior to the orphan; we are the orphan, and God has become our Father. We were the stranger with no homeland, and we’ve inherited a kingdom. We were the widow with no husband, and Jesus has become our groom.” — Tony Merida

Listen to Tony Merida talk with Doug Logan and Paul McLoughlan about planting and leading churches in hard places.

You can listen to this podcast episode—recorded live at the recent Acts 29 Europe Conference—here.

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