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Panel on Multi-Site Churches

Al Mohler leading a discussion panel: Perspectives on Multi-site Churches

This is something I've thought about with a raised eyebrow. This panel provided some helpful perspective.

Figured out the biggest leading motive in multi-site churches is the desire to reach more people / be "missional", and the belief that this is done better with this model. While this is commendable indeed, I did not like their idea that for one to not do this is a matter of a weak conscience and is a less faithful stewardship of resources / leadership. I also felt Greg Gilbert did a great job defending the non-multi-site view by himself, and that the others avoided his arguments with blanket assertions more than they addressed them.


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