Churches need innovative approaches that provide renewal, re-establish trust and cultivate sustainability.
In business, startups seem to be the way to go these days. Old-line social institutions are making way for innovative approaches that provide renewal, re-establish trust, and cultivate sustainability. Sound familiar? What can our faith communities learn from entrepreneurship? Christian Social Innovation
author L. Gregory Jones looks at how our need to develop “fresh expressions” for gatherings of community and our desire to cultivate a renewed sense of mission are the basis for the growing interest in starting new churches and establishing church plants.