Welcome to the Plant Strong Podcast!
What’s it really like to start a church? Have you already planted a church? Are you thinking about church planting or just curious about what goes into a church plant? Join host Sarah Burnett as she talks with women in church planting from all over the country who are courageously maximizing their role in planting strong churches. No topic will be off limits. This podcast was created by Bloom, a ministry of Stadia Church Planting, an organization that plants churches all over the world that intentionally care for children. Sarah and her husband Josh planted Revolution Church in Annapolis, MD in 2010.
Episode #17 – Debbie Jones & Being a Woman in Church Planting
It’s always helpful to have someone ahead of us in the journey who has been there. This episode features the founder of Bloom, Debbie Jones, as she shares how this ministry got started and how she has encouraged countless women to live into their own calling.
Episode #16 – Starting Something New
Episode #15 – Developing Your Voice as a Speaker
Episode #14 – Church in Harlem
Episode #13 – Intercultural Competence
Episode #12 – Growing in Confidence
Episode #11 – Positivity in Planting
Episode #10 – Soul Care
Episode #9 – Vulnerability
Episode #8 – What About Women?
Episode #7 – Faith & Justice
Episode #6 – Intentional Summer
Episode #5 – The Comparison Game
Episode #4 – Plant Strong: Legacy
Episode #3 – Plant Strong: Boundaries
Episode #2 – Plant Strong: Embracing the Unexpected
GUEST: Lisa Bennett (Atlanta, GA)
Do you have expectations about what you believe your church planting story will look like? Lisa Bennett candidly shares about how God continues to show her how to deal with detours and ambiguity through the ups and downs of this journey.
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Episode #1 – Plant Strong: Accepting the Call
GUEST: Vanessa Pugh, Velocity Church (Cleveland, OH)
How do you figure out if you are called to plant a church? At 19 years old Vanessa became a Christian and shortly thereafter a pastor’s wife. For Vanessa and her husband Scott church planting was not even on their radar. After attending church planter assessment center they knew they were called to plant a church, and that God had truly been preparing them.