Church-planting movements can also grow like vines, by planting one church after another, from one town to the next. Each church planted becomes the launching point for another daughter church in the next city down the road. In this section of the lecture Craig Ott gives examples of how this approach was used in Romania and Africa. Another strategy is called dandelion approach. The seeds of dadelion float on their fluffy parachutes, and randomly land wherever they find a foothold to sprout and become another plant. So two churches may be planted at almost random locations as Christians move about. Sudan is a good example of how war made refugees move to other countries and the Gospel was preached in those refugee camps.
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