Church Planting in the African American Community

by Michael Cox, Joe Samuel Ratliff. Judson Press, 2002.
Large church planting in african american community

This resource brigns unique insights into the difficult process of successful church planting, focusing specifically on differences between African American church planters and church planting in general.

Offerings: obstacles and how to avoid them, differences between African American church planters and general church planting, vision for church planting, the role of a sponsoring congregation

Best For: clergy, lay leaders, church planters, community activists, and urban planners

Cost: purchase as a book

Suggested Uses:

  • Consult this resource before beginning the church planting process to reflect on potential challenges and how to solve them.
  • Strategize a plan to successfully start a church in the African American community by drawing on the experience of successful church plants and planners.

Curator Curated by Brian Witwer

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