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10 Pitfalls in Starting New Churches - Shared screen with speaker view
Saundra J. Taulbee
10:18
Hi, Saundra Taulbee, church planter, Irvine, CA...hoping to hear what not to do as we start our plant
Shahrzad
10:29
Shahrzad,I am a minister from Ottawa, Canada- planting new church
Nicole Reid
11:07
I'm a "hometown missionary" in Dunnville Ontario (Niagara region) I wish to learn what wisdom I might be able to gain for growing the mission I planted.
Jon L
11:48
Hi everybody, my name is Jonathan Laski- From Tustin, CA I’m looking forward to learning what to avoid and what to make sure to do
Judy McAllister Westminster Calgary
11:49
From Judy McAllister from Calgary. Interested in hearing Dan for the first time - getting to know folks who are "in our corner" is significant to me.
dansteigerwald
16:42
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/10/collapsing-levels-trust-are-devastating-america/616581/
Brendan McClenahan
28:59
# 8 - Road testing our identity and spiritual practices
Terrell L McTyer
29:18
Undervaluing teaming
Lisa Baker
29:19
#6 Creating awaking spaces
Nicole Reid
29:19
1, 6, and 10
Shahrzad
29:26
#8
Andrea Perrett
29:29
#9 Underrating team discernment
Judy McAllister Westminster Calgary
29:41
4 and 8
Terrell L McTyer
30:23
Can you put the title and author in the chat?
Brendan McClenahan
37:09
More on each pitfall at … 10 Pitfalls in Starting Churches by Dan Steigerwald. http://www.cyclicalchurches.com/10-pitfalls-in-starting-new-churches
Jon Moore
37:47
What is A.P.E.?
Nicole Reid
38:47
apostle, prophet,evangelist
Brendan McClenahan
38:50
Apostles, Prophets and Evangelists (in addition to Shepherds and Teachers) listed in Ephesians 4. APEs are typically considered more "pioneering" leaders
Terrell L McTyer
44:37
Can you post the book he mentioned that was a good reference for missional?
Brendan McClenahan
46:29
I didn't get that down. We'll have to ask him after discussion during the Q&A
dansteigerwald
51:48
1. Which 1 or 2 have you or your team experienced as both really hard but also formative? Share briefly one key learning.2. Pick 1 you think is especially critical to engage well in the 9 months ahead, and explain why?
Brendan McClenahan
01:10:55
Please type your questions for Dan here in the chat.
Andrea Perrett
01:11:03
Which is the hardest pitfall to come back from? Is there some pitfalls that can impact the church start in a way that is beyond being able to turn around?
Jon L
01:12:14
Question for Dan: What are some good ways to build awakening spaces during this pandemic time?
Andrea Perrett
01:12:46
Do you have any suggestions for how to keep paying attention to these pitfalls? It is so easy to get distracted and overwhelmed these days…
Saundra J. Taulbee
01:12:55
What kind of practices do you suggest for building Shalom in our team?
Nicole Reid
01:17:26
Most of my community is not yet Christian. Our focus this fall is the things we long for - trust, friendship, etc. with my hope being that these things might grow within the community, building a 'thicker' community. How can this be measured?
Andrea Perrett
01:22:03
I’m going to have to go to prepare for my next meeting. Thanks Dan and Brendan!
Brendan McClenahan
01:23:34
http://www.cyclicalchurches.com/10-pitfalls-in-starting-new-churches
dansteigerwald
01:24:06
dan@artesiaresourcing.com https://artesiaresourcing.com/
Shahrzad
01:25:43
Thank you
dansteigerwald
01:25:46
Here’s what I’d recommend: Suggest you and your team give the book a read to get these on your collective dashboard.1. Talk as a team about each pitfall and how it might relate to your situation, using the questions or suggestions at the end of each chapter as a stimulus.2. Divvy up ownership among your teammates of pitfalls that seem pertinent to you right now, including ones that may not be represented here.3. Build in processing points to explore each relevant pitfall more deeply, based on what the owner of a given pitfall has been discovering in their research.4. Get a seasoned coach to help you and your team anticipate and navigate the danger zones.