How Acts 29 Survived—and Thrived—After the Collapse of Mars Hill

Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra, writing for the Gospel Coalition:

On the whole, the transition hasn’t been easy, and those in the U.S. networks need to be applauded for their humility and patience as the feel of the family has really changed for them,” said Ross Lester, former Acts 29 network director for southern Africa. The fruit is obvious, though. Acts 29 is now truly becoming a diverse and global family and it feels that way.”

The chest thumping” and fist bumping” are gone, replaced with cross-cultural fondness, affection, and warm embrace,” he said. I truly believe that the organization is healthier than it has ever been, and is well-positioned for ongoing advance across the globe.”

This article is best summarized by a quote from Ryan Kwon, a church planter in San Francisco: It’s a story worth knowing. Because it’s not Acts 29’s story; it’s God’s story.”

✒︎ December 11, 2017 · Acts 29 · Church & Church Planting


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