This summer, Discipleship Ministries is offering an online version of Launchpad!
Join us for five consecutive Mondays, starting July 12th.
In this newest edition of Launchpad, the training is designed for church planting leaders and their teams, specifically for planters who are early in the recruitment of teams and for those whose projects may be out-of-the-gate and starting to develop.
We’ll cover the same general topics as earlier Launchpad trainings, but with the additional assumption that every church plant will have a robust digital component in addition to in-person gathering.
Lead by Path 1 team members Paul Nixon and Bener Agtarap you’ll dive into the essential practices of any new church project while covering topics such as:
- Theology and Call
- Affinity Groups
- Church Planting Best Practices
- Community Networking
- Bonding with the Mission Field
- Self and Family Care
Each Monday the training will last two and a-half hours running from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., CDT.
For more information, contact Paul Nixon at email@example.com
The price of $295.00 is per team. You may have an unlimited number of team members.
At checkout, you’ll be asked to provide the name, email address and church name of the team leader.
After payment, you and the team leader will receive an email with instructions for registering your team members. You will be provided a link to the Global Launchpad registration page. Distribute this registration link to all your team members. Team members must register before they can participate in the webinar.
Discounts will be provided to international participants based on their financial context.
If you’re registering from outside the United States, Great Britain, South Africa, or the Philippines, please contact Paul Nixon for instructions.
Launchpad Church Planter training was introduced ten years ago in the Northeastern and Western Jurisdictions. Over time, as planting conditions proved more difficult, the training was introduced in other areas of the United States. Launchpad was created as a next-generation version of planter training, built around the assumptions that new churches may not grow as fast or as large in a post-Christendom context. The training also assumed an increasing variety of planting strategies. It shifted from prescribing a universal, linear list of planter activities to offering a framework of planting seasons, with each planting team expected to translate the varied seasons into its own context and into a distinctive church development timeline.