WHAT EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT PLANTERMATCH
WHO RUNS PLANTERMATCH?
The Church Planting Initiative at Fuller Theological Seminary runs PlanterMatch. Fuller is the world’s largest multi-denominational seminary. We have students and alumni from over 110 denominations serving in more than 130 countries. We are passionate about church planting. PlanterMatch is one of the ways we co-labor with networks, coaches and the wider body of Christ in starting many new churches around the world.
Fuller also trains church planters through our publications, formal Masters and academic certificate programs, as well as our Professional Certificate program. Our programs are entirely online, allowing church planters to learn while remaining in their current ministry context. We also come alongside networks and denominations in developing their own training resources and leading their own learning cohorts. For more information regarding any of the above, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW DOES THE MATCHING PROCESS WORK?
Church Planters enter their information regarding geography, theology and methodology, and our software matches them with networks and coaches that have indicated they are willing to work with planters with those choices.
They have the option to notify the Networks and Coaches that are match with them, sending an email to those matches. But they may also elect to reach out to their matched Networks and Coaches on their own.
IS IT FREE?
Yes, PlanterMatch is currently a free service because of our generous donors. Would you consider contributing to keep this service free?