Why do some church plants fail? How can an older church help start a new church? Allen Roth speaks from experience and observation. Church planting calls for much prayer, clear vision, and a whole lot of practical steps and hard work.
Ten Most Common Mistakes Made by Church Starts by Griffith and Easum [affiliate link]
Global Church Planting by Ott and Wilson [affiliate link]
Discovering Church Planting by J.D. Payne [affiliate link]
Planting Churches that Reproduce by Joel Comiskey
Places Allen periodically teaches on Church Planting
My wife and I (Allen Roth) have been involved in cross-cultural mission work and in church planting since 1978, first in Nicaragua, then in New York City where we have lived since 1986. We are the parents of three children and nine grandchildren scattered across the US and South Asia. It has been a wonderful journey which we consider to have been a great privilege and gift from God. Our vision and prayer is that God will awaken many in the Conservative Anabaptist churches across the US and Canada to hear God’s calling into church planting.Read More
Reagan is a member of Wellspring Mennonite Church and lives with his wife Patricia in southeast Tennessee. Reagan, along with Jaran, started Anabaptist Perspectives in 2017, and serves in leadership in the organization, in addition to being deeply involved in overseas missions work.Read More