African and Filipino Believers Seek ‘Church-Planting Movements’

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Pioneers, an evangelical mission movement, is reporting that thousands of Christians from Ghana, Nigeria and the Philippines are asking to be trained in the principles of “church-planting movements” (CPMs).

Today, cross-cultural church planting is taking place in regions fraught with poverty and persecution. By necessity, the local church often takes root in its simplest form. In these places, churches are essentially groups of believers gathering in homes, under trees, or cafe back rooms to worship, pray, study the Bible and teach others to do the same. And it is in response to these realities that Pioneers has adopted the “church-planting movements” approach.

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Filed under: * Christian Life / Church LifeParish MinistryEvangelism and Church Growth* International News & CommentaryAfricaNigeriaAsiaPhilippines

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