07 Apr Creating New Memories – The Art of Planting New Churches (Part 2)

Creating New Memories – The Art of Planting New Churches (Part 2)


5 – Part Series from GBOD

Remember your first memory of church? Some say those who live in the United States are losing their memory of church. If so, how do we plant new memories?

This second film in the five-part series, Dreaming of Vital Congregations, produced by the General Board of Discipleship (GBOD) is now available to view at YouTube, or to download.  Use the film, “Creating New Memories: The Art of Planting New Churches,” to think strategically about planting new churches in the United States. To learn more and download a study guide, go to: www.GBOD.org/Dreaming.


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