Geneva Push is an Australian Church planting network . We aim to inspire, equip and unleash a new generation of church planters dedicated to evangelising churches into existence.


Accessing women’s culture by Cathie Heard

Church planter Cathie Heard discusses the difficulties associated with breaking into feminine culture when you begin work in a new area. She shares the key places she discovered for connecting with women, techniques for imbibing local culture, and methods for progressing beyond just having conversations about the kids.   >>>

Posted: 3 May 2016
Developing a culture that connects with culture by Andrew Heard

Andrew Heard discusses the importance of understanding the culture surrounding your church, as well as the principles for developing a culture that continues to offer the distinctives of the Gospel.  >>>

Posted: 2 May 2016
Reflecting on the Homogenous Unit Principle by David Williams

David Williams, director of Training and Development at CMS, looks into the origins of the Homogenous Unit Principle and asks if it is an appropriate guide for planting multicultural churches in Australia.  >>>

Posted: 29 April 2016
Saturday EV Church by Tim Baldwin

Tim Baldwin describes the process of developing EV Saturday Night church as a plant out of a hub church.  >>>

Posted: 28 April 2016
What to do with more than one culture by Scott Sanders, Peter Ko, David Williams

Geneva Push's Scott Sanders leads a discussion with ethnic church planter Peter Ko and the Church Missionary Society's David Williams about designing successful congregations and services that embrace more than one culture.  >>>

Posted: 27 April 2016
Creating a culture of mission by Scott Sanders, Connan O'Shea

Church planter Connan O'Shea talks to Geneva Push's Scott Sanders about the steps he's taken to foster a culture of mission to unite and enthuse the members of his congregation.  >>>

Posted: 26 April 2016
Mission-minded ministry by Craig Dobbie

Craig Dobbie, the Mission Pastor at EV Church on the Central Coast discusses what it means to be a mission-minded church, and how the priorities of his role have been shaped by that decision.  >>>

Posted: 30 March 2016
What makes Australian church plants work? The details… by Scott Sanders

What impacts the growth of weekly church attendance? It's one of the key questions being asked by church planting teams as they engage in local mission, prepare to launch new congregations and see the lost mature in Christ. The recent survey into Australian Church Planting identified the importance of  >>>

Posted: 28 March 2016
A church planting trend I’d like to see by Andrew Heard

Andrew Heard considers the trends that are currently shaping Australian ministry and recommends a trend he'd like to see in a society increasingly opposed to the Gospel.  >>>

Posted: 25 March 2016
Highlights from the Australian Church Planting Survey by Scott Sanders

Support, Experience and Intentionality In March 2016 Lifeway Research completed its first study into church planting in Australia. Supprt, Experience and Intentionality summarised the key factors associated with church planting success In Australlia. The key conclusions: Average weekly worship attendance, by year - be realistic, growth is slow What  >>>

Posted: 24 March 2016
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