How to Cast Vision and Generate Momentum in Your Church Plant

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Featuring Sean Cronin, Patrick Bradley, & Andrew Estes

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Church Planting Nuts & Bolts
Episode 3 — How to Cast Vision and Generate Momentum in Your Church Plant

Church planters often lack funds, people, time, but one thing they are rarely short on is vision. In the words of Andy Stanley they have a clear mental picture of what could be and what should be. While church planters rarely lack vision, they often struggle to infect others around them with that vision, so they can be as invested in the new church as the planter is.

In this episode, Andrew Estes, from Nexus: Church Planting & Leader Care, joins us to share some basic fundamentals for discerning and disseminating your church’s vision.

Featured Guest

Andrew Estes

Director of Training & Communications, Nexus: Church Planting & Leader Care

Michael Carrion

Senior Pastor & General Overseer of the Promised Land Covenant Churches

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Featured Guest

Andrew Estes

Andrew’s role as the Director of Training & Communications began in the summer of 2020. After over a decade of serving as a pastor on multiple church staffs, Andrew has begun leading churches, organizations, and leaders to find and focus their God-given mission & vision. He brings a breadth of experience in ministry and leverages that experience to bring vivid clarity to church leaders and their teams.

Andrew is a graduate from Ozark Christian College and works part-time serving churches and leaders through The Clarity Project. He is a Certified Navigator by Auxano in both the Church Unique & God Dreams processes. As well as a Life Coach & Master Trainer in the Younique personal journey. Andrew lives in Loveland, CO with his wife Megan and three children.

Michael Carrion

Michael is the Senior and planting pastor of Promised Land Covenant Church, a missional church in the North and South Bronx. He also serves Redeemer City to City, recruiting and training church planters in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Queens. He has 25 years of experience in urban ministry, with specific focus and gifting in urban church planting, designing and leading urban charter schools and launching national social justice movements. Michael has received national recognition from the US Government for his work in urban centers, specifically throughout New York City, and has consulted for a variety of church- and faith-based organizations.


Sean Cronin

Sean Cronin works on staff with Passion for Planting — training, supporting, and equipping church planters. He also serves in various roles at New Life Christian Church located in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington DC. He's a graduate of Ozark Christian College and Cincinnati Bible Seminary where he studied church planting and leadership. He then put his education to work by helping start churches in his hometown of Buffalo, NY. And yes, still roots for the Bills.

Patrick Bradley

An experienced practitioner in the practical nuts & bolts of planting churches, Patrick has directly supported scores of church planters since 2007. As a project manager for Passion for Planting, he walks alongside church planters during their 7- to 10-month prelaunch phase, helping them with everything from filing formation paperwork to plotting strategies and creating healthy systems for the new church. He helps planters put wheels on their vision so that it becomes reality.

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“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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