Church Planting Conversations brings you important conversations happening between global leaders, planters and scholars about the current movements and thinking in the church planting world. Join us each month to hear Dr. Winfield Bevins talk with a new guest from the Asbury Seminary Church Planting Connection.
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Episode 4: Manik Corea
Manik is an Singaporean missionary and Global Executive with the New Anglican Missionary Society (NAMS) currently serving in Thailand. The NAMS network is a global and dispersed community of men and women, who have come together to do an apostolic work under an apostolic rule. It is a community raised up by God for the 21st century but rooted in the life and faith of the first century.
In this conversation, Winfield and Manik discuss biblical foundations and missional implications of the intersection of spiritual formation and disciple-making.
Episode 3: Wesley Bolden
Wesley Bolden is a Project Manager at Stadia Church Planting, a global network focused on starting new churches and caring for children through them. He has ministry training and experience in church revitalization, campus ministry, leadership and church planting. In 2013, he partnered with Stadia to plant Tri-Cities Church, a multiethnic church in metro Atlanta. Wesley is passionate about empowering church planters to discover and live into their unique gifting and calling.
In this episode, Winfield and Wesley talk about Wesley’s past and current work, as well as what it means to discern and answer a call to church planting.
Episode 2: Mark Dunwoody
In our second episode, co-founders Dr. Winfield Bevins and Dr. Mark Dunwoody share a conversation about Missional Formation Coaching, a new model for coaching planters and leaders through a unique blend of both spiritual and missional practices.
Episode 1: Brian Taylor
In our first episode, Dr. Winfield Bevins, Director of the Church Planting Initiative, talks with Dr. Brian Taylor about his work with racial reconciliation through his church plant, Bethel Cincinnati Church.