God is not done with dying churches.
Many churches, once dying churches, are now becoming healthy again, engaging their communities again, reaching the lost with the power of Christ in new and exciting ways. Children’s Sunday School classrooms that had been empty for years are now filled with laughter and singing from little ones each and every Sunday morning. Baptism tanks that had been dry and unused for years are now being filled regularly as lost men and women experience new life in Jesus! Neighborhoods that for years had not even taken notice or cared that a church had been there, are now taking notice, being impacted in countless ways through new outreach ministries making a real difference in the community. It’s happening! The Lord is doing this kind of revitalization and replanting work all over our country and world for His glory and the joy of His Church!
Here you will find resources to help encourage and equip you in this vital ministry of church revitalization and replanting.
Replanting & Revitalization Cohort Materials
One Calvary Family of Churches approach to replanting and revitalization is the “cohort” approach, where pastors and church leaders learn in small groups in order to explore becoming a replanter or to take home new tools for their own struggling church.
To learn about upcoming cohorts or to ask about leading your own, please contact us. However, we’ve included all the content to these cohorts below in case you’re ready to dive in on your own!
Replanting & Revitalization Books
The Replant Series
The Replant Series on Acoma Press includes nine titles. From Rubicons of Revitalization (overcoming common barriers to church renewal) to Am I A Replanter? (30 days of guided prayer to determine God’s call towards replanting), these books seek to equip, answer questions, and encourage.
Click on any book to learn more.
Replanting & Revitalization with the CFC
To learn more about replanting and revitalization with the Calvary Family of Churches, click Contact Us below to fill out a quick form and start the conversation about our “Development Pipeline” and process.