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The Pleasure of Planning

We should make plans . . . counting on God to direct us. ~ Proverbs 16:9 (TLB)

READING: Exodus 25

We have a God who plans: He had a detailed plan for the Tabernacle (Exodus 25), He has a plan of salvation, a plan for eternity and a plan for your life.

Clearly God enjoys planning and likes to see His plans come to fruition. He intends for us to have the same joy: the pleasure of planning.

Yet sometimes we make planning more difficult than it has to be. Here is a simple planning process to reach your goals:

1. Write down your goal;

2. Set a deadline for achievement;

3. List the obstacles you will need to overcome;

4. Identify groups and people you need to work with to achieve your goal;

5. List the necessary skills and knowledge you will need;

6. Develop strategies and list the tasks necessary to reach the goal;

7. List the benefits you will receive. Doing a simple plan, based on these seven steps, can catapult you to achieving your dreams.

It would not take long to sit down and complete these seven items as you consider one of your strategic goals.

You could probably sketch out what you’d need for each of these steps within a half hour or so.

You will likely refine the plan later, but that half hour will launch the process that could take you places you have only dreamed about before.

Do you have a plan to accomplish the vision God has for you? If not, have some fun planning today.

Lord, Thank you for the intelligence You have given me – the ability to make plans and then see them accomplished. Help me to be a planner like You are. Amen.

Mark Alan Williams

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We’ve Never Done It This Way Before

Neither do men pour new wine into old wineskins. If they do, the skins will burst, the wine will run out and the wineskins will be ruined. No, they pour new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved. ~ Matthew 9:17

READING: Matthew 9:9-17

One of the major frustrations for many godly pastors serving in established churches comes when they suggest a promising new ministry strategy or urge a necessary course correction back to our prime directive.

They run into the fierce resistance that somebody has dubbed “the seven last words of the church,” namely: “We’ve never done it that way before.”

Many new churches have been planted simply because, as we say, it’s easier to have babies than to raise the dead!

But every church, even our new church plant, has a relatively short “wet cement” stage when we can most easily shape the goals, the vision, the administrative mindset and our corporate identity.

It’s primarily during these pre-launch days of vision-casting and the early formative days after the launch when this vital work gets done.

All too quickly we too may grow large enough to get sidetracked into meaningless committee meetings and flower arranging.

We must guard against any temptation to chase after the avant garde merely to “tickle men’s ears” (II Tim. 4:3).

Fortunately, many new churches represent courageous and holy experiments that attempt to bridge the shifting gap between God’s changeless truths and the ever-changing culture around us.

Many church plants bring a much needed refocus back to our core mission to fulfill the Great Commission. So take heart!

Jesus still reigns as head of the church. He is the stability beneath its ancient edifices and traditions, and the vitality within the new wine that renews the church in each new generation.

Dear Lord, Thank You for letting us enjoy “new wine” and help us fulfill our mission with joy. Amen.

Dionne Carpenter

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What Makes a Nehemiah? #7 – Vision Casting & Team Building

Then I said to them, “You see the trouble we are in, how Jerusalem lies in ruins with its gates burned. Come, let us build the wall of Jerusalem, that we may no longer suffer derision.” And I told them of the hand of my God that had been upon me for good, and also of the words that the king had spoken to me. And they said, “Let us rise up and build.” So they strengthened their hands for the good work. ~ Nehemiah 2:17, 18 (ESV)

READING: Nehemiah 2:17, 18

Nehemiah exemplified two of DCPI’s Twelve Principles of Dynamic Church Planting:

1. THE BOSS PRINCIPLE – Christ is Lord of church planting, and He has a vision for your new church.

5. THE TEAM LEADER PRINCIPLE – The church planting pastor is most effective as part of a team on which he serves as the visionary leader.

Having assessed the community, Nehemiah cast the vision God had given to him back in Persia.

He spoke of the great need (“Jerusalem lies in ruins”) and painted a picture of a godly and glorious future (“that we may no longer suffer derision”).

He spoke of how God had already guided him and blessed him: “I told them of the hand of my God that had been upon me for good.”

God used Nehemiah to build a team of people ready to serve and sacrifice alongside him: “Let us rise up and build.”

Nehemiah’s task was different than ours, but his God is the same! We can trust Him to empower the vision He has given, and to raise up the teammates to fulfill it.

Lord, May Your vision so fill my life that it captures the hearts of those You bring into my life to help fulfill it. Amen.

Jim Carpenter

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What Makes a Nehemiah? #6 – Community Assessment

So I went to Jerusalem and was there three days. Then I arose in the night, I and a few men with me. And I told no one what my God had put into my heart to do for Jerusalem. There was no animal with me but the one on which I rode. I went out by night by the Valley Gate to the Dragon Spring and to the Dung Gate, and I inspected the walls of Jerusalem that were broken down and its gates that had been destroyed by fire. ~ Nehemiah 2:11-13 (ESV)

READING: Nehemiah 2:11-16

“Every church planter needs a mentor. A mentor is someone who has been where you want to go and is willing to help you get there.” (From DCPI’s Twelve Principles of Dynamic Church Planting.)

We all need mentors, but sometimes our mentors come from the pages of Scripture.

Nehemiah approached the task of rebuilding Jerusalem’s walls like a wise church planter plants a church.

If he gave us counsel, it would include: Honestly assess the community. Some leaders might have roared into Jerusalem, shouting orders.

Not Nehemiah. He was there three days, and then he did a midnight tour of the city. He wanted to make sure he knew for himself the exact condition of the city walls and gates.

He faced the challenges ahead with unflinching resolve. In v. 13, the word “inspected” in Hebrew is a medical term for probing a wound to see the extent of an injury.

Church planters need to assess their communities. What are the prevailing sins, the biggest hurts and the greatest needs? Where does He want us to begin rebuilding?

Father, Grant me wisdom to assess the needs of this community, so my church may rebuild the lives of broken people. Amen.

Jim Carpenter

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A Launch of Independence

“Land of the free and the home of the brave”- Star Spangled Banner 

As another Independence Day approaches, it has me considering what freedom really means for a nation. For centuries, the United States has maintained the blessing of religious freedom.

But in the world of church planting, this can create a dulled sense of urgency to train up leaders to plant and multiply churches within our own backyard. 

Since it only takes a generation to snuff out the freedoms our country was founded upon, DCPI continues to place an emphasis on equipping leaders to plant dynamic churches overseas, as well as right here in North America. 

Our North American leaders are doing just that! In the heartland of America, the Word of Life Church of Dubuque, Iowa recently trained up leaders to go plant another church in Plattville, Wisconsin.

The planting of this daughter church was exciting to members of the congregation, and it is having an impact on the new local community beginning with their first, ‘Launch Sunday’. 

A woman who lived across the street from the new church plant watched as people gathered for the first Sunday service. Her curiosity led her to see what was going on.

Being drawn in by what she described as a warm, welcoming, and friendly atmosphere, she stayed the entire service. By the end, she raised her hands to receive Christ as her personal Lord and Savior!

So, whether people gather thousands of miles across the world in an underground house church or here on our own soil in a building in the center of town, each new church planted is making Kingdom impact! 

Until the whole world knows Him, 

Dr. Paul Becker

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What Makes a Nehemiah? #5 – Working Your Plan and Facing Opposition

Then I came to the governors of the province beyond the river and gave them the king’s letters. Now the king had sent with me officers of the army and horsemen. But when Sanballat the Horonite and Tobiah, the Ammonite servant, heard this, it displeased them greatly that someone had come to seek the welfare of the people of Israel. ~ Nehemiah 2:9, 10 (ESV)

READING: Nehemiah 2:9, 10

Nehemiah wasn’t a church planter, but he might as well have been.

We can learn a lot from him about working to bring the transforming grace of God into a community rife with brokenness.

Nehemiah began with a compassionate vision. He prayed, and he put together a good plan.

The steps he took next are instructive for any church planter entering a new community with a dream in his heart. Imagine if Nehemiah could give us advice.

First he might say, work your plan. As Nehemiah made his way from Persia to Palestine, he faced plenty of challenges.

But he had done a thorough job of preparing ahead of time. His king had given him letters to permit travel and to requisition supplies.

Someone has said, “Plan your work, and work your plan.” That’s what Nehemiah did and that’s what we must do, too.

Nehemiah might also say, Expect opposition, but don’t let it distract you. Nehemiah had enemies from the day he arrived in Jerusalem.

They were a thorn in his side throughout the project. But he didn’t panic, and he didn’t get diverted. Church planting brings opposition.

Don’t be surprised, and don’t be deterred. Keep praying, step out in faith, and trust the One who called you.

Lord, Please grant me holy perseverance to stay true to the plan You gave me. And deliver me from the evil one, to Your honor and glory. Amen.

Jim Carpenter

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What Makes a Nehemiah? #4 – Planning

And I said to the king, “If it pleases the king, and if your servant has found favor in your sight, that you send me to Judah, to the city of my fathers’ graves, that I may rebuild it.” And the king said to me… “How long will you be gone, and when will you return?” So it pleased the king to send me when I had given him a time. ~ Nehemiah 2:5, 6 (ESV)

READING: Nehemiah 2:4-8

Some people seem to think planning is unspiritual.

We church planters often have a tendency to move ahead without having a good plan. We can learn a lot from Nehemiah.

Nehemiah had to wait for months before approaching the king about taking a “leave of absence” to travel to Jerusalem for the rebuilding project.

When he finally had the opportunity to speak to the king, the king asked him, “How long will you be gone, and when will you return?”

Some church planters might want to answer, “As long as it takes!” Or, “Until the Lord brings me back.”

But Nehemiah had a plan. He gave him a specific time, and this pleased the king and opened his heart to Nehemiah’s proposal.

Nehemiah revealed a comprehensive plan:

• He summarized the purpose and scope of the project (v. 5),

• The timetable (v. 6),

• Transportation challenges and solutions (v. 7),

• Necessary building materials (v. 8a),

• And what he would require for his own personal living accommodations (v. 8b).

One of the essential skills of church planting leadership is not only casting a vision but planning the steps necessary to reach that vision.

Father, Show me how to plan my work and work my plan and please raise up gifted administrators to help me. Amen.

Jim Carpenter

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What Makes a Nehemiah? #3 – Patience

The words of Nehemiah the son of Hacaliah. Now it happened in the month of Chislev, in the twentieth year, as I was in Susa the capital… In the month of Nisan, in the twentieth year of King Artaxerxes, when wine was before him, I took up the wine and gave it to the king… ~ Nehemiah 1:1; 2:1 (ESV)

READING: Nehemiah 2:1-5

We church planters are an impatient lot.

In my third church plant I was determined to begin public services for the new church in March, about a month before Easter.

But my steering committee strongly advised me to wait till the fall. They pointed out that I really didn’t have enough leaders trained to start in March.

So I waited. But it was hard! Our launch date was moved forward to September. God blessed the delay.

We had a larger core group, more leaders, and afterwards, I was glad for the lesson on patience.

At the end of chapter 1, Nehemiah is expecting to move forward quickly to begin the rebuilding project. He prayed “give success to your servant today” (1:11).

Notice he asked this in the month Chislev, November/December in our calendars. But chapter 2 begins with the month Nisan. That’s April – four or five months later!

Like many of us church planters, his attitude was, “Let’s get going – NOW!” But God’s timing is not our timing.

It’s important for church planters to learn patience. Why? Because God knows better than we do, and He is the Lord of church planting.

Patience is another name for waiting. And waiting upon God with an attitude of humility is one of the prerequisites for church planting leadership.

Father, I submit to Your plans and Your timing. May I move at the speed You choose, to Your honor and glory. Amen.

Jim Carpenter

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Find a Mentor

True story.  As a young man, I was asking for a ride alongside a road, when a big car stopped.  There was a young driver and an old man in the car.  They offered me a ride.  I shared with them that I was a new Christian.  The old man told me he was a pastor.  When the ride came to an end, he bought me a bus ticket and gave me 20 US dollars and told me to be sure and stop by and see him when I was in his town.

I was praying for a home.  The Lord led me back to the old pastor’s town.  I went to a phone booth.  (This was in an ancient time before the cell phone was invented).  I picked up the phone to call him and discovered it was just a plastic shell.  All the electronics were gone.  I was discouraged.  Then I heard a big voice call “PAUL”.

I looked behind me.  There he was.  Penny Penhollow, the old pastor.  He said, “Throw your pack in the truck.”  Over the next three years, he became my mentor and Spiritual Father.

He loved me.  He encouraged me.  He taught me from the Bible.  Penny had planted a church forty years before that he still pastored. The church people loved me and included me in their family.  Penny gave me an example of an awesome pastor and preacher.  He gave me opportunities to serve the Lord like singing in front of the church (which terrified me) and leading the youth group (which began my life as a minister).  He met my needs before I was even aware they were needs.  Mostly, he loved me and helped me become successful as a servant of the Most High God. He went to his Heavenly Home many years ago.  Even now, when I write about him, I find myself with tears of joy in my eyes.  He was such a gift to me from the Lord!

Principle #4 of The Twelve Biblical Principles of Church Planting is:  Every church planter needs a mentor. A mentor is someone who has been where you want to go and is willing to help you get there.

Church planters need effective mentors to come alongside and help them establish the new church or church planting mission. A mentor brings wisdom, protection, care, resources, networking, support, accountability, and prayer to a church planter.

Mentoring is an ancient art. Most of the training of leaders in the Word of God occurred in mentoring relationships. Moses mentored Joshua. Elijah mentored Elisha. Barnabas mentored the Apostle Paul.

Before he became Timothy’s mentor, Paul needed to be Barnabas’ protege. When Barnabas discovered that the new church in Antioch was in great need of leadership, he remembered Saul. It was a long, hard journey from Antioch to Tarsus. But Barnabas was willing to make that journey to recruit Saul as his protégé and as a teacher for the new church in Antioch.

When Barnabas found Saul, he brought him to Antioch. For a whole year, Barnabas and Saul (who becomes the Apostle Paul) met with the church and taught great numbers of people. (See Acts 11: 25, 26a).  In Acts 13: 2, the Holy Spirit said, “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” The mentor and his protege set off on their first missionary trip together. Acts 13 and 14 reveal that the work to which the Holy Spirit called them was preaching the Word and planting churches. The Apostle Paul took the practice of mentoring and expanded it to a team of men that he recruited and trained for his church planting mission.

Now that I am in my sixties, I still have three mentors in my life.

Pray and ask God to give you mentors.  Find a Mentor to help you succeed.  Be a Mentor to help others succeed.

Until the Whole World Knows Him!

Paul Becker

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What Makes a Nehemiah? #2 – A Man of Prayer

And I said, “O Lord God of heaven, the great and awesome God who keeps covenant and steadfast love with those who love him and keep his commandments, let your ear be attentive and your eyes open, to hear the prayer of your servant that I now pray before you day and night for the people of Israel your servants, confessing the sins of the people of Israel, which we have sinned against you. Even I and my father’s house have sinned.” ~ Nehemiah 1:5, 6 (ESV)

READING: Nehemiah 1:5-11

God used Nehemiah to rebuild the broken walls of Jerusalem.

The Lord wants to use us to rebuild the broken lives of lost people through our new church. So what does it take to be a Nehemiah? Nehemiah was a man of prayer.

At first we don’t know much about his leadership ability, but we immediately know he was a prayer warrior.

When he heard the news about Jerusalem’s disrepair, he spent days in mourning, fasting, and prayer (v. 4). Then he lifted the Lord up in praise (v. 5); he confessed sin (vv. 6, 7); and he claimed God’s promise (vv. 8 – 10).

Finally, Nehemiah prayed for success in a very specific course of action – to speak to the king and to be granted permission to go to Jerusalem (v. 11).

Nehemiah’s story is about leadership, mobilizing people, casting vision and accomplishing great things for God.

But more than anything it is a story about the power of prayer. May God grant you visionary leadership, great recruiting and equipping skills and effective soul-winning experience.

These will help you succeed as a church planter. But more than anything, may you be preeminently a man of prayer.

Make me a prayer warrior, O Lord. Teach me how to fight on my knees. And give me a constant hunger to be in Your presence. Amen.

Jim Carpenter

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