The Church Planter Candidate Assessment (CPCA) is a statistically validated online assessment instrument which helps potential church planters and their respective organizations identify areas of established strength and other areas needing development as they prepare to plant a church.
What traits should a church planter have? Are there discernible personal qualities evident among those who have planted successfully? LifeWay Research endeavored to unearth the skills and mindsets common among the most proven church planters. What resulted were specific, measurable characteristics which were consistent among those who have had success in planting churches.
Sometimes spiritual maturity is easy to spot. But effective discipleship requires a more thorough assessment. Even if you have a good idea of where you are spiritually (as an individual or a church), it can be a challenge to identify areas where you need to grow and what specific first steps you can take.
Now there is a way to help determine the spiritual maturity of your group or congregation, while revealing personal strengths and weaknesses to each individual—the Transformational Discipleship Assessment (TDA). This simple online tool helps leaders know where to focus in sermons, Bible studies, events, and other disciple-building activities. And it helps individuals and groups learn to take responsibility for their own discipleship.
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