The Ralph Moore Podcast
The Church Planting Journey--Interview with Robert Logan
Season 2, Ep. 51062
In the second part of this interview we walk through the stages of church planting. You'll benefit from Bob Logan's personal experience as both a church planter and from his vast experience coaching planters toward fruitful ministry.
Interview with Norman Nakanishi - Pearlside Church, Pearl Harbor HI
Season 3, Ep. 50280
Norman Nakanishi is a close friend.He leads one of the largest congregations in Hawaii. Yet, his focus is on disciplemaking rather than the thrill of the crowd. He's a disciplemaker who trains young leaders to plant churches. The fruit of his labor stretches across the state, though he tends not to talk about it. We've been friends for more than thirty years. He's a son in the faith to me. This was a fun interview because of our history. You can catch up with Norman at the Pearlside Church website.
Interview with Casey Crimmins - Multiply Church, Charlotte NC
Season 3, Ep. 50279
Casey and I met when he attached a very practical comment to a blog post I had written. As we became friends I found him doing most things the world needs from the church. He left a career to plant co-vocationally. He's into disciplemaking as a way of evangelism. His church is into neighboring. They are crossing ethnic divides with intentionality. This church even uses Zoom as a blessing instead of a curse. You'll need to listen to the podcast to discover how...If you are young with a whole life ahead of you, then you should keep track of Casey and his friends. In my mind, they are a few years ahead of the church in general. Well worth watching and learning from these people.Casey, Sanchez Fair and Stephen Knopp lead Multiply Church in Charlotte, NC. You can catch up with them via their website at multiplychurch.com.
Jate Earhart Interview: Leading an Online Gamer's Church
Season 3, Ep. 50278
So you're doing church online?Good for you! But, Jate has been leading an online congregation for six years.And, his congregation is made up of computer gaming addicts. Though he's uncomfortable with calling it "church," it functions as a church. Since form follows function... you get it!In this podcast, you'll hear about relational evangelism, mutual trust, and people caring for those they've never met in person. And, you'll discover that Jate has made it his business to truly get to know these people, often meeting them in person.This is a high-touch, high-tech, but low-budget proposition. There is something for everyone in this podcast. Gamers may be completely off your radar, but you'll be challenged to touch pockets of people, unlike you, who are in your wider circle of relationship.