Episode 142: How Old is Too Old to Plant a Church?

Is there a cap on how old someone can be to plant their first church? 

In Episode 142 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, we’ll talk about the “right age” to plant a church.  Here’s Ron with today’s question:

Is 50 years old too old to plant a church?

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • The advantages and disadvantage of being an older church planter.
  • How to discern if you’re called to plant or called to be about the work of planting.

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “If you’re not experiencing conflict once in a while, you’re probably not leading very much.” –@toddadkins
  • “Are you a builder? An improver? A maintainer?” –@danielsangi
  • “Every person is called to be about church planting, but not every person is called to be a church planter.” –@danielsangi
  • “Churches that multiply statistically see a higher worship attendance.”-@danielsangi 

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