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Episode 263: Bivocational Church Planting

What should your focus be when starting off as a bivocational church planter?

In Episode 263 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss areas to focus time and energy on when starting off as a bivocational minister and/or church planter. Here’s Paolo with today’s question:

I have been commissioned to go and plant another church here in Mexico. I am going to be a bivocational church planter and will have limited time, money, and resources. What should I focus on to see the best results? 

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • How being bivocational allows you to demonstrate to your congregation what it looks like to live out the Great Commission. 
  • The advantages and disadvantages of going bivocational. 

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “If you’re going to be a bivocational church planter you need to spend time with leaders, the lost, and the Bible.”–
  • “Being bivocational allows you to demonstrate to your congregation what it looks like to live out what we are all called to do, which is make disciples.”–@danielsangi 
  • “As you pursue bivocational ministry, do it with hands open.”–@danielsangi 

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