David Sills critiques church planting movements in Chapter 7 of his book Reaching and Teaching: A Call to Great Commission Obedience. He addresses issues of pragmatism and rapidity, but one of his main points is that movements and revivals are acts of God and no one can force them into existence. He ends the section with, “[T]he truly greater good would be to slow down and watch God do what only He can do.”
For a critical review of Sills’ book, check out this link.
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