In one of the world’s most expensive and least Christian cities, the Grace Church Planting Network has ballooned from a core team of 12 in 2010 to a network of 10 churches with a total of 500 to 600 members.
In this podcast, Kris Brosett, Anthony Kidd, and Bobby Scott talk about the unique challenges of urban church ministry along with what makes it just like any other ministry.
“It can feel like generations of gospel-preaching, prison-visiting, orphan-caring work is being pushed aside in favor of something newer, whiter, more expensive.”
It’s not just a hand up for the unemployed. It’s also a tangible way for the church to stretch out.
My childhood taught me two qualities that prepared me for church planting.