Curtis Sergeant

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The principles in this article are ones gleaned from experience in planting rapidly reproducing churches in China. They were then tested through training, coaching, and mentoring church planters serving in over one hundred nations, mostly working among unreached people groups. Over the years I have come to the conclusion that it is difficult to make generalizations about evangelism, but it is more appropriate to make generalizations about discipleship and church planting. Evangelism is quite context-specific because half of the process is determined by what an individual believes and understands truth to be. Once someone has given themselves fully to the Lord, the discipleship and church planting processes become almost entirely about what God is calling us to, which deals with the culture of the Kingdom of God rather than the cultures from which we come.





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