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Aug 23, 2009


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Chad Herring

I find the multi-campus phenomenon for mainline churches like COR (and others, such as in our own Presbytery) fascinating.

I'm not against them, although there is a conflict there with my conviction that we are doing a poor job with new church development, and a correlate wish that churches that had abundant people and financial resources would direct some energy toward seeding new churches, rather than new campuses of the same church.

Michael W. Kruse

I hear ya. I'm not sure what I think either.


I think if you looked into it you would find that Resurrection does both. It has given hundreds of thousands of dollars toward new church starts and church revitilization efforts. They do both and, not either or.

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