Time and Money

Istock 000003701027Xsmall I know a denomination that has committed $10 million to restart church planting.

Not a bad budget. They're in the planning process for spending it.

How long are they going to take to get the plan right? To get all the appropriate approvals? Until the end of next year.

The problem with movements that have settled down is they have all the money and all the time in the world. No sense of urgency. No desperate compulsion. No passionate cause.

Dynamic movements don't have much money. They probably don't have permission.

But they do have urgency, compulsion and passion. They don't take a years to put the plan together.

They take charge of their destiny and act. The rest is history.

Church Planting Movements