Entrepreneurial church planting (ECP) explores innovative approaches for church planting in the marketplace. This article describes how entrepreneurial church plants leverage the networking and value creation provided by business in order to form communities of Christ followers among unchurched people. Biblical, theological, historical, and missiological support is provided to guide ECP planters. Four contemporary examples provide a paradigm of church planters that are typically suited for this approach to include the artist, social scientist, evangelist, and builder. These examples demonstrate the potential of ECP to break out of limited contexts and plant churches in larger networks of relationships in the marketplace.
Moon, J. (2017). Entrepreneurial Church Planting. Great Commission Research Journal, 9(1), 56-70. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol9/iss1/5