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Planting

PLANTING WITH THE WESLEYANS

Prepare for your planting adventure.

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If you feel called to plant a new church but do not have a church family, we would love to help you discover what it would look like to plant within The Great Lakes Region (GLR) of The Wesleyan Church (TWC). There are many advantages to planting within a broader network of churches. Still, it is vital to ensure you align with the vision, values, leadership commitments, and theological nuances.

Below, we have provided a link to some of the core content you would want to know if you were going to partner with The Great Lakes Region of The Wesleyan Church. We care more about people entering the Kingdom of God than we do just growing our family of churches. We want you to know that we are here to help you find the correct denomination or network to plant with and even resource you along the way.

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After you navigate through the information about The Wesleyan Church and The Great Lakes Region, you may have more questions. We want to be as helpful as possible, so you can make a wise decision. The form below will be emailed directly to our directors and will initiate a conversation and allow us to answer all of your questions. We look forward to meeting you and hearing about the calling God has on your life.

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  • Has visionizing capacity
    Generates visions, initiates plans, builds significant projects from the ground floor up.
  • Intrinsic motivation
    Demonstrates the ability to be a self‐ starter who works with diligence and excellence.
  • Empowers others to lead
    Passes on the baton of ministry so that others can continue the race.
  • Reaches the unchurched
    Consistently reaches out and influences people toward a relationship with Christ and the church.
  • Has spousal cooperation
    If married, has a spouse that is committed to collaborating in marriage and in ministry.
  • Effectively builds relationships
    Evidences the ability to meet new people and engage them in relationships.
  • Committed to church growth
    Embraces growing the church, numerically and spiritually, and implements church growth principles effectively.
  • Responsive to the community
    Understands local communities and implements culturally responsive ministries.
  • Utilizes the giftedness of others
    Assesses, develops, and releases others to serve in their area of giftedness.
  • Flexible and adaptable
    Negotiates change successfully while staying centered on the overall vision.
  • Builds cohesive groups
    Orchestrates widely differing people to function as a unified body.
  • Resilient
    Stays the course in the face of major setbacks, disappointments, and opposition.
  • Exercises faith
    Evidences a strong, vital relationship with God and willingly takes significant faith risks.
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