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A wonderful post. I too am interested in those findings. In my opinion, church planting requires an additional set of skills to the average seminary graduate. Perhaps this is why Home Missions encourages (i.e. "requires") candidates for new church development to participate in an "Assessment Center" somewhere around North America.

Another question you may be interested in is, why aren't more pastors naturally entrepenurial? You'd think that with a GREAT Commission of "Going and making disciples of all nations," we would find more people willing to invest the risk in exchange for a reward of a more fulfilled commission.

Although, I suppose I, too, have my biases being a CTS M.Div grad and New Church Developer. 


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