A podcast about church planting strategies and missional strategies to make disciples of all nations. This podcast comes from the Church Planting Team of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention
The Last Grind - Neal Scoggins, Chanson Newborn feat. Dave McClung and Chad Grigsby
In this episode of The Grind, Neal brings back former hosts and founders of The Grind, Dave McClung and Chad Grigsby. We see what these guys are up to now in their new roles elsewhere and get to talk to them all about the history of the show, some of their favorite memories, and more.
2020 has brought the end to many things, and while The Grind may be ending for now the archives will always be available for your listening ear.
Neal and Chanson will be back with a new, church planting podcast in the new year. So stay tuned and always keep grinding.
From Trouble To Planter - Neal Scoggins, Chanson Newborn feat. Charles Simmons
In this episode of The Grind, Neal and Chanson sit down with Charles Simmons of Connect Church in Conway. Simmons talks to them about how he came to Christ and what led a Texas man to plant churches in central Arkansas.
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We've Got Another New Co-Host - Neal Scoggins and Chanson Newborn
The Grind is back, and in this episode we're getting to know our new co-host, Chanson Newborn!
Chanson planted Fellowship Community Church in Forrest City, Arkansas before coming to serve on the Church Planting team at the ABSC as a Church Planting Strategist. We dive into his journey of planting a church in his hometown, and how he ended up where he did.
Throwback: The Makers Of A Healthy Plant - Charles Campbell (NAMB), Dave McClung & Neal Scoggins
In this throwback episode from 2019, Dave & Neal talk with Charles Campbell from the North America Mission Board (NAMB).
Charles Campbell is the Send Network Director of Church Planter Training at the North American Mission Board. Charles has worked with tons of church planters across the county and used this to shape his ministry concept. Charles talks about key aspects and measurements to find success in church planting on the national landscape.
New episodes of The Grind coming in November!
Throwback: The Other Side Of Church Planting - Tim Wheat (NAMB), Dave McClung & Neal Scoggins
In this throwback episode from 2019, Dave & Neal talk with Tim Wheat from the North America Mission Board (NAMB). Dave learned a thing or two from Tim in the past and is sharing that with us on The Grind.
There's another side of Church Planting that people don't see, how it starts. Assessments have a lot of different factors that come into play, Tim shares with us how assessments have changed throughout the years.
New episodes of The Grind will be back soon!
Greg's Final Grind - Neal Scoggins, Greg Addison, Chanson Newborn
In this episode of The Grind, we have Greg Addison sit in one more time before he goes off to his new position at the Southern Baptist Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. Neal also introduces his new co-host, Chanson Newborn!
They guys talk about what Greg will be doing in Nashville, as well as how his impact here and how it can be used at the Southern Baptist Convention too.
Chanson also gets to tell his story on how he became a church planter before moving up to be full-time here at the Arkansas Baptist State Convention.
You won't want to miss this one.
Minister in transition, learning about church planting
Started a new job working at night and have a lot of time to myself. Was told about this podcast and have been listening over the last few weeks. So far I have made it through the first 31 episodes catching up. Its been informative to learn about church planting and what my home state is doing there. Its also been interesting hearing about the different types of church planting strategies, goals, starts, and everything else that goes with it. Ive been learning a lot and enjoy the different planters each giving their own call and spin on the subject and how God is using them where they are in various ways. Keep up the good work guys.
While I'm just a student minister and not in church planting, I love the insight to the church planting movement. So much of it is relevant to student ministry and pastoral ministry in general. Definitely worth the listen for staff members wanting to stretch their creative parameters... or for those interested in partnering with church planters.
(By the way, Story Time with Uncle Neil is my favorite)
Encouraging and Fun
The illustrious hosts Chad & Dave bring very informative interviews. It is wonderful to hear the stories behind these church planters. Regular people with strengths and weaknesses who are allowing God to use them. The honesty and humor is very encouraging to all those in ministry. These stories reveal that we all can be involved in church planting in some degree. We limit what God can do, He continues to reveal new ways to reach people. Thank you guys for being "the Upward Basketball of church planting podcasts."