A Church Planting Story

In eight short videos, three elders with diverse background and culture reflect on how they came together to plant a new church from the ground up in Kuala Lumpur.
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1. Introducing the Church Planters

2. From Care Group to Church Plant

3. Some Fears and Concerns

4. The Motivation to Launch Out

5. Model Used for this Church Plant

6. Working Through Diversity

7.1 Doctrinal Alignment - Part I

7.2 Doctrinal Alignment - Part II

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What You Will Learn

One good way to make new disciples and incorporate them into the faith community is to plant new churches. Three church planters share their stories as they step up to fulfill the great commission.
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  • But His grace is sufficient as faithful believers work together under the Spirit's guidance
  • Leaning on the Lord amidst fears and concerns
  • Stirring each other for good work and to persevere faithfully
  • Drawing on each others strength and experience
  • Learning to let theology flow through the life of the church

Excerpts from the Chat

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Meet the People Behind the Scene

Church Planter, Elder, Lecturer at Seminary
Chris has a PhD, teaches, and trains Christian leaders around Southeast Asia. He is married and has 5 children. He loves seeing Christian churches grasp and spread the gospel.
Church Planter, Elder, E.D. of Gospel City Network
Massimo is from a mixed Malaysian and Italian background. He is passionate about ministering to young professionals and desire to help them find and live out their faith in Jesus in this culturally diverse, money driven, and spiritually complex city.
Church Planter, Elder
ManHon is a retired executive with an international career spanning several countries and cultures. He sees the unity in the gospel as the most important denominator that brings people together in Christ.