Taking Flight Podcast
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Taking Flight, powered by NewThing, is a Podcast that showcases the raw stories of how church plants have gone from fumbles and failures to innovation and impact. Tune in to be encouraged and equipped on the go!
Available now in Apple iTunes.
Bringing some of the most insightful and visionary voices and practitioners in the church planting world to equip and encourage our reproducing churches.
Why We Do This Training
We want to better equip NewThing Network Leaders and Pastors. We are encouraging our network leaders to use the content from these online trainings to jump-start their monthly network calls. We also hope that our NewThing pastors will use this content to train their church staffs. To help facilitate this, a follow-up list of questions is provided.
We believe these broadcasts will create synergy throughout NewThing. We all know vision leaks, and we believe coming together online will remind us of why we do what we do and how together we are catalyzing movements of reproducing churches. That is why every time we’re together, we’ll include a brief vision talk from Dave.
We believe this kind of training gives prospective church planters another reason to jump in with NewThing. God has blessed NewThing with access to some of the most cutting edge thought leaders and practitioners. We know that we can’t all afford to go to them, so we plan to go to them and bring them to you with fresh, new content specifically for NewThing planters and leaders!
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