I’ve just read this in one of the Porterbrook modules. Quite challenging…

“Disciples Church in Durres (Albania) has planted a church in the nearby village of Sukth. There are now about a dozen believers there, and they have a burden for Jub, a few kilometres up the road, where one lady is a follower of Christ. So they’re spear-heading this work.

I love it. A young, fragile, impoverished church who meet in a dire little concrete building with no electricity decide it’s time to be church planting. Meanwhile rich-world churches of hundreds and thousands wonder if they can “afford” to lose the people or the income and declare themselves not ready to church plant — or don’t even think of it at all.”