Podcast Episode #294
Jimmy Scroggins returns to talk bivocational marketplace ministry and church-based ministry training.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- If you’re going to reach every neighborhood, you’re going to need multiple models of church planting.
- The economics of urban church planting often do not work for the “launch large” model.
- “There are a lot of people in our churches who feel called to pastoral ministry but don’t see a pathway for it.”
- “Most pastors would be shocked at the number of people in their church who feel called to ministry.”
About Jimmy Scroggins
Jimmy is husband to Kristin, father to eight, and lead pastor of Family Church—a network of neighborhood churches dedicated to reaching families in South Florida with the gospel.
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