Why Plant Churches?

The number of Australians attending church each week is less than 10% and the number of people ticking no religion on the census is steadily on the rise. New churches are five times more effective than established churches at reaching people with the gospel. There is an urgent need to plant more churches across Australia.


Geneva Push church planters share with us Australia's desperate spiritual need and the vision of the Geneva Push network.

The A-Z of Marriage & Ministry>
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The A-Z of Marriage & Ministry

Greetings all, Geneva Push is all about church planting - under God, creating hundreds of new churches evangelised into existence across this country. But we recognise that, for most church...

Evangelicals, Plankton And Bikini Bottom>
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Evangelicals, Plankton And Bikini Bottom

https://stephenmcalpine.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/screen-shot-2017-11-18-at-8-27-51-am.png?w=640 There’s a great opening scene in a Spongebob Squarepants episode in which a roaring monster...

Observed by Grief>
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Observed by Grief

I have been reading CS Lewis’s little tome, A Grief Observed, and it is simultaneously wounding and healing.  Like his great contemporary George Orwell, Lewis’ brevity is his  strength. ...

Connecting church planting with refugee work>
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Connecting church planting with refugee work

Paul Webb, a church planter in Sydney's multicultural Chester Hill, talks about techniques he has used to build a ministry that integrates with the needs of a community with...