Tentmakers – Funding a Church Plant or Ministry Transition

pault.jpgHow do you fund a church plant?  For many planters money is the number one challenge to being able to pursue their calling.  I've been thinking about creative ways to do this and wanted to post an idea:  (This is at the idea stage, so things may change)

In order to (1) help church planters fund their ministry or (2) bring people on and train them up within a hands-on environment we would create a 'tentmaker' company. (Picture of Paul the 'tentmaker) This company would allow church planters to be trained and work part (or full time) from home or here in San Diego. The nature of the position would offer a residual commission, which would slowly taper off after a church planter quit working. (We're looking at a couple companies now that look like they'd work.)  The objective would be to create a plan that would fit earning goals of the planter, including after they quit working.

For people who want to transition into ministry, we would offer an intensive training.  During the day, trainees would work roughly 5 hours but also take one-class a day.  This class would teach practical theology for ministry, philosophy on ministry, missiology with hands-on projects to actively do this work in a multi-site church plant.  All this training would be done with other men who are learning from one-another and living in a community.

For example, we have a recent church plant on a college campus.  A person could come, work, be trained and actively participate in the new church plant.  The goal would be to transition the person to full-time ministry or to equip them to go plant a church at another college campus with a funding base from their work.

This is just a start, I appreciate any feedback/suggestions.  Church planters, is this something you would have wanted to do if you could have?

UPDATE: The Tentmaker Group has launched to help church planters raise funding.

45 Comments
  • jason allen

    June 8, 2007, 2:31 pm

    I think the idea has a lot of promise.

    I know as one who is getting ready to launch out to start a church (we had our first official gathering this week) funds are an issue for our living. So I’ll be very interested to see how your idea develops, but to me it seems like a great concept.

  • peavyhouse

    June 8, 2007, 7:30 pm

    You really are thinking in the right direction. We have been thinking about this alot lately as a family. We will be immigrating to Montreal, Canada in the next year or so to begin a church. Income is a big question for us right now, because Montreal makes it really difficult to get a job that has a sufficient income as an immigrant. Along with this, I think the planter needs to think in the area of multiple streams of income. I look forward to seeing where this takes you.

  • Mike Edwards

    June 8, 2007, 7:36 pm

    What types of ideas do you have for business that would fit the bill?

  • D. Goodmanson

    June 8, 2007, 8:06 pm

    Mike – You’re flying into town Monday, so we’ll talk. I’ll announce specifics to everyone else soon. David and I are meeting with the executive team of a company we believe would work out well.

  • LayGuy

    June 9, 2007, 5:26 am

    I really wished there was something like this here in Australia. The Church I serve in was planted 5 years ago in a tough neighborhood in Melbourne.

    My Pastor has been serving for 5 years – working 3 days a week and sending his family broke in his efforts to build our church. After 5 years, we have about 70 people. This is tough when you hear about what happens in Acts29 bootcamps when pastors talk about the growth they expect etc.

    I’m ok as I have a full time job but I so wish my pastor was financially blessed outside the church as he has it pretty tough – especially given the fact his 4 child was born 4 days ago.

    We are consuming Acts29 and Resurgence material at the moment and are toying with the idea of applying through the network. Our Church has always been “missional” in nature – we just didn’t know it until we came across Driscoll et al almost a year ago.

    A problem for us is that Australia is so geographically isolated. As I said at the start, I wish we had something like this in Australia.

  • Michael Foster

    June 9, 2007, 3:09 pm

    Strange, I almost called you about this very subject the other day.

  • Sam DeSocio

    June 11, 2007, 8:20 am

    As someone hoping to plant in the next few years I think this is a great idea. I wonder what type of work it would involve? Especially if it can be done from home. But I think its very promising.
    I really love that you guys are just day in and day out trying to equip people to build the kingdom.

  • Mike Fullerton

    June 11, 2007, 8:51 am

    I like the direction of the idea, however, I would suggest training and equiping church planters to integrate into the marketplace rather than creating a seperate entity. I am a voctional church planter and work as an IT Project Manager to support myself and family (don’t like the term bi-voctational as I would dump the IT job if I could). This provides a regular connection to the “real” world and provides needed financial support for the planter. If we are raising up leaders to plant our churches it should not be hard to see them rise in the business world. This would provide a great test to see if an individual has the “chops” for church planting. If a church planter is still pulling shots at SBUX as a barrista after a year he/she probably should let go of the idea of leading a group of people in a church plant. But as an individual is recognized as a leader in the business environment the church can focus its resources on developing the pastor in this person rather than trying to turn them into a leader, the business world will make this investment and the church can benefit from that. Just a couple of thoughts. Thanks for reading/listening. – Mike Fullerton

  • D. Goodmanson

    June 11, 2007, 10:25 am

    Sam – Should have info in a month or so. It has to work with people @ at home, so people can plant and provide.

    Mike Fullerton – Their role would require them to continually be connecting with people in the marketplace, so yes. But the entity would be designed specifically for church planters/ministry transition. As for SBUX (btw- nice use of the stock symbol), I would add, that it depends on the ‘reason’ why a person is pulling shots. Worldly success doesn’t necessarily equal good church leadership.

  • Steev

    June 12, 2007, 11:32 am

    Great Idea. As a former self employeed entrepreneur i see lots of potential in the idea. Having my own business and working form home allowed me time for ministry, school and family.
    There is a church in our city who we have been building a relationship with. They are very much into planting churches. One of their ideas has resinated with us. One of their elders has an electronics company which handles sound, lighting, security systems etc. He employees several key people from the church allowing them a flexible schedule for mininitry and training. The church is planting a church 70 miles south of us and so he is opening a new branch in that city employing the lead planter at the new branch. He creates opportunity for cultural connection through work (a benefit of not having it a home business) and he provides the plantor with flexiblility. They have in place a plan to start him full time and then move him gradually to fulltime planting over the next couple years as the church takes root.
    Its a really cool plan. Added benefit God has blessed his business allow him to give more to his home church and hire and train more potential leaders and planters.

  • Adam D

    June 13, 2007, 9:58 am

    I am transitioning from full time missionary to a US based lead planter. With my bills doubling and a baby on the way, I had to have another stream of income (I agree with peavyhouse that multiple streams of income may be a solution for some planters – if those streams don’t become a distraction).
    A friend of mine is selling a business that he started several years ago, which secures his personal financial future and allows him to take the reigns of the mission organization I founded 3 years ago. Meanwhile he had the buyers agree to take me on as a sub-contractor, which they were more than happy to do. This allows me to work 12-15 hours a week from home and provide well for my family. In fact, we may be able to use all the funds that come into the new church plant to fund our launch and I’ll still have plenty of time to spend with our leaders, network, see my family, and meet the ministry demands that are required of a planter.
    Whether it’s a model like the one Drew and Co are working on or a more contextualized situation like Steev shared, I believe God has some way for each planter to get it done and I love hearing the miraculous stories of how it all happens.
    Really great post Drew -and good feedback guys.

  • Jacob Vanhorn

    June 17, 2007, 12:03 pm

    Drew,

    I think it is a phenomenal idea. Funds for a church planter are critical. I am 36 and working toward planting. Currently I work at a church that will be funding my church planter internship at any church I choose (our own program is not yet in place). And then they will support me when I plant. This has been a huge blessing and a wonderfully gracious offer. However, a great majority of planters don’t get this type of support. It has made me wonder what I would do if I were trying to plant a church while working a ‘regular’ job as I did for 10+ years and had a family like I do now.

    In planting churches it is far easier for young studs with a young wife and no children to make the jump to plant. As such, it seems we leave a lot of experience and gifts on the sidelines that would plant great churches. A plan like you are developing sounds beautiful to help address this.

    Most of the challenge would seem to be in matching the planters work experience and skill set with an appropriate job that in turn pays enough on a part time basis (especially in SD). As you mentioned in a response previously, the skills to rise in the business ranks are not necessarily the same skills for a church planter.

    If I wasn’t already being provided for so well, as a church planter I would definitely be interested. Heck, I am still interested. You and David are two of the most consistently truly innovative, action-oriented, missional guys I have come across. Seriously, you guys are a joy to read and listen to.

    (PS: We met at NNCC with the A29 guys. I am with the Village)

    Blessings in your ministry Drew.

  • Erick Bauman

    July 4, 2007, 12:25 am

    Guys,

    God continues to open some awesome doors for us as we get closer to moving to the East Village in NYC.

    My father-in-law, who is the second pastor at a past church plant in Dahlonega, Ga, sold his landscape company and purchased 49% of a Promotional Products Company that has been successful for 13 years.

    Now here is the deal. I have been praying for a “tent-making” profession that would free me up by creating a residual income that would support my wife and I to plant more churches in the NYC area, without having to need a salary. Today my Inlaw-Dad called me and we spoke about how I was going to provide for his little girl in NYC and how I was going to raise money and so on, then he got down to business. Apparently, he and his partner feel they need to support church planting efforts and especially those in NYC… go figure.

    They offered me 50% commission of every thing that is purchased through me to the church plants that Mandy and I start and sponsor.

    Ask your self how much your churches and the churches that are started around your circles of influence is spent on pens, cups, bench cushions, t-shirts and you name it, I promise they brand and imprint it. According to most church planters the average amount for imprinting and promo products is $4,000 to $10,000 in the first 6 months, then on average approximately $1000-$3000 a quarter for the first year.

    Now I recognize that this is a blessing and I want to bless others. So, here’s how you can help us and benefit. If your gatherings are looking to purchase these types of items, just consider going through me. If you make a purchase, I will give 10% of my commission to your gatherings and 5% to you for a finders fee and your gathering will be supporting church planting in NYC. If you send others and they purchase, I will give you a 10% finders fee and you will be sponsoring church planting efforts in NYC… see a trend forming here?

    I am setting up the website called MyChurchPromos.com for you guys to view and please feel free to ask any questions.

    I know some are wondering why they received this e-mail from out of the blue, but each of you were selected because you are a church planter, know church planters, have a heart for church planting and are looking to aid in church planting. Why not increase

    Definitely looking for feed back on this idea.

    Much love,

    Erick Bauman
    Vision pastor – GRAVITY
    ebauman@gravitychurch.com

  • ruel

    July 5, 2007, 8:51 am

    a few years ago, a pastor in san diego asked if i could plant a filipino church in his city. i prayed about it for several years seeing that i was then planting a church in southern manila.

    this july i’m visiting the USA for a month but i’m thinking about getting into the placement industry. i’m developing some really good connections with christian recruitment people in the philippines who are more than willing to train nurses and teachers (and the like) to plant asian home churches in many states.

    i’m more like doing business so i can plant churches and empower others to do the same. what do you think? or perhaps some out there have some ideas or insights regarding this?

    would love to hear what you brothers & sisters have to say.

  • Bryan Robbins

    July 11, 2007, 3:52 pm

    I think this is a great idea and have been thinking a lot about it myself. I am going from a staff pastor of an existing church to an elder in a new plant, but I can only get 6 months salary from the existing church. Our lead guy still has another year and a half of support from his sending church. So, I am at a place of having to find something else to do to support my family while we plant this thing.

    I would be very interested to hear more about what you are thinking.

    Bryan Robbins
    Missio Dei Church – Asheville, NC

  • Rev Joseph Nene Gikonyo

    July 12, 2007, 11:43 am

    Please Let me be your prayer Partner and assist Me Plant a Church Here in Kenya

  • Dsnyd

    July 12, 2007, 8:46 pm

    Mike Fullerton said “If we are raising up leaders to plant our churches it should not be hard to see them rise in the business world….If a church planter is still pulling shots at SBUX as a barrista after a year he/she probably should let go of the idea of leading a group of people in a church plant….”

    That is great that you are able to find the time to be an IT Project Mgr. and church planter but most IT project Mgr’s I know work way too much and to add church planting to a job like that I could see the church planters home and family suffering. I think one aspect of Drews idea is that it would allow for flex scheduling more than most employment. I could not disagree more with your statement about church planters rising up in the business world and a barrista should give up on leading a church plant after a year. That type of thinking would go over great at a John Maxwell / Ken Blanchard type seminar but I do not see any type of biblical basis for that. A church planter will be a leader no doubt but that does not at all mean barristas are not leaders or that leaders should be moving up in the business world.

  • John

    August 22, 2007, 9:49 am

    I would be very interested in something of this nature if I could do it in Florida,

  • Evang.Gideon Agwara

    September 22, 2007, 4:59 am

    Dear Brethren,

    Calvary greetings in Jesus wonderful name amen. My name is Evang.Gideon Agwara the co-ordinator
    of WORD TO WORLD OUTREACH MINISTRIES INT’L.

    We are in west Africa and have been in the field for many years now.

    We are in position to work with your organization in building the body of Christ together and saving
    the lost soul’s for our Lord Jesus Christ.

    We are also inviting you to our yearly programme coming up by November as one of our guest speaker and upon your confirmation we will give you details information.

    We are believing God that you have the mind of Christ even as you consider our letter.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Yours in His service.

    Evang.Gideon Agwara
    W.O.M.I
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    WEST AFRICA.

  • WALTERE KOTI

    December 23, 2007, 10:24 pm

    Thanks for the good work that you are doing. I about to start a church plant and I need your help. I am an MDIV student with a few credit left for graduation and I about to start new baptist ministry. This will a multicultural ministry in silver spring Maryland. what is your advise on how to get funding to support the launching phase of the church?

    In His Service
    Waltere Koti

  • Martin

    January 9, 2008, 11:23 pm

    Hi Friends,
    That is surely a good thing, having such kind of work that supports church planters.

    I am a planter myself and am working on being able to do something big in Hollywood.

    I am planning on planting a non-denominational church on Hollywood Blvd, West Hollywood. I have been living in Hollywood for a couple of months and I have noticed there is just 1 Baptist church,1 Catholic, 1 Presbyterian and 4 Scientology churches, within the area of the Hollywood Walk of Fame-Hollywood Blvd/Sunset Blvd. I don’t know about you, but I think it is so unfair that this place that sometimes has more than 100,000 people in a single weekend doesn’t have any churches around.
    For your information, it is right by the famous Kodak theater, Chinese Theater, El Capitan and the Roosevelt and Renaissance Hotels.

    My vision is to plant a multi cultural, multi racial church where everyone feels at home no matter where they are from. After all Hollywood is the theater of dreams. But more than just that, a place where the truth of Jesus Christ is told without fear of provoking any body, yet with love and humility.
    I believe it is time the Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is brought into the main scene at this place of extreme belief in self and scientology.

    The challenge for me is to raise the funds to do the work and meet people of like spirit who will partner with me in this awesome work.It is not easy considering that am a missionary from Uganda and the job am working right now is at the point where I work 6 days a week and the pay barely pays the bills and I can’t save any money to use for the church plant.

    Am thinking of starting the church (Jesus Center Church of Hollywood)in a hotel conference hall, say at the Roosevelt Thompson or any other hotel around. That would cost tons of money to rent I believe, but I know it will be worth it. I have been to music stores around and I found that I can get some sound equipments, including a Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, a set of Drums, Key board, 6 Cordless Mics, and a Mixer for about USD.3000.00

    Please keep me in your prayers and if you feel like partnering with me, let me know.

    God bless you all.

    In Christ’s service

    Martin.

  • Franklyn Belmoh

    January 25, 2008, 4:07 am

    I love your programme. At the moment we are planning to plant three churches in my country Sierra Leone, we need your traing and resources
    Thanks

  • Bishop Moses Mati

    February 19, 2008, 10:07 pm

    Am Bishop Moses mati Bishop and founder of Immanuel salvation christian centre, i have a project called Immanuel Church planting and outreaches, we plan to plant a new church in place called Chuka, Myself I want to pastor this Church and leave the existing one with one of my Assistants, so what i need to enable me to plant this is; preaching equipment and money to rent a hall, so i need about $1200. Please i need your advice and partner with my ministy to plant churches. web.immanuels.page.tl

  • sesan s awobiye

    February 27, 2008, 12:59 pm

    am greeting from calvary.
    am yound chap pastor from agege lagos state nigeria.
    am been preaching the gospel,since when i was in high school.
    now thing is really tough with me.in extend that i can not get money to eat.
    that is why come to meet my brethen to help me,out,in my church nobody can help me out with it ok
    that is why i need ur assistance.

    thanx i hope to hear f1rom u soon.

  • Aristotle h.Sadak

    March 7, 2008, 2:10 am

    HI my name is Aristotle H.Sadak , Iam serving the LOrd in various part of INDIA AND Nepal. Iam planting the churches in remote villages . We have few church in Nepal and SOme churches in Indian few states and we are praying to reaching more villages in India and South east Asian.
    BUt all we have done by the grae of God , we need your kind prayer for our church planter and needs.
    If you wish to come and see you are warm welcome to see our churches .

    PLease pray for us and church planting ministry.

    In His service
    Pr.Aristotle
    aristotleh@gmail.com

  • pastor peter and carol wamalwa

    April 28, 2008, 6:42 am

    greetings injesus name we pastor a chuch in masai -land in kenya this are the indegenous peple who have not been reached with the gospel and are mostly iliterate or semi iletrate any kind of help to train pastors evangelist or book aplace of worhip will be highly appreciated pray for this community they need christ and more churches God bless

    • Peter Njeru

      March 9, 2012, 8:53 am

      Shalom Pastor!
      The Lord be with you for the good work you are doing. I’m passionately moved by your ministry and I would like to join you. I’m a trained Teacher of the word of God and i feel I’m not using the talent to the maximum. I’m a Kenyan living in Mombasa. How can we meet to make concrete plans for the ministry?
      Pastor Peter Njeru.

  • pastor patrick

    September 29, 2008, 4:06 am

    hello, am a pastor of church an a leader am looking for the people who can surpport the church by buying the food to children we are surpporting and buying cloth those children we are in need the sey GOD BLESS YOU ANYTHING YOU CAN DO FOR THOSE CHILDREN YOU DID IT TO GOD WE ARE WAITING FOR YOU ANSWER THANK YOU

  • WALTERE KOTI

    October 6, 2008, 1:12 am

    We just started church in silver spring maryland and we need help in evangelizing the comunity. We do not need money but we need man power to go into the community and pass out tracts. If you want to partner in the great commision, then contact us. by phone 3015891229

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    April 3, 2009, 11:18 pm

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    RUCHC is a Non Governmental Organization working in the Tribal dominant Nabarangpur district of Orissa and neighboring Chattisgarh state of India for last 30 years. RUCHC is registered under 1860 society registration act, FCRA, 12A and 80G. Our organization serves poor & needy people of this tribal region, emphasizing on Community Health care, free medical camps for leprosy patients, Provision of safe drinking water, Women’s Empowerment, Care of destitute children, Vocational training, Awareness campaign on HIV/Aids and People Capacity building through Seminars and workshops. We have successfully implemented various integrated rural development Programme in Ten Blocks of Nabarangpur Dist. covering approximately population of 1000000 people.
    We have 250 plus needy children & youth in our Sunday school ( more like church) that is King’s Kids club (KKC). Which aims at holistic development of children & youth in every aspect of their lives.
    On behalf of Rural Community Health Center I humbly appeal to individuals, associations, Christian organization to come forward with Prayer for revival especially in youth and necessary financial support & co-operation for His Kingdom Work.
    Kindly keep us in Prayer
    Thanking You
    In His Service
    Miss Nishita Dandsena
    Prsident/Director RUCHC
    Rural Community Health Center
    Nabarangpur, ORISSA

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  • JOEL

    May 22, 2009, 11:14 pm

    I used to work as a church planter since i graduated from the seminary but quitely work in a different job for seven years, now I realized how promising and rewarding church planting could ever be and am now preparing to start church planting in the next three weeks. Because I am now leaving my job of seven years, am planning to start a small business that could help me sustain with my family’s needs while we are yet starting. However, we are praying that God will send people to support us to start our preschool and feeding ministry since the area is not accessible to preschool christian learning center and is high in poverty and malnutrition among children since it is far from the locality and most of the people are working in a sugarcane farm. Anyone who is led by the Spirit could contact me in my email at j_delapena31@yahoo.com Thank you very much. May God richly bless us all!

  • Pastor Neon

    March 2, 2010, 7:01 am

    I have been trying to start a biker church In my home town of New London Oh is their anything you can do to help me?

  • William Moraes

    August 18, 2010, 11:50 am

    I like the idea of assisting the ones interested to plant a church. I live in Mississauga, Ontario in Canada. I wonder if my wife and myself can be helped financially to build our own church. Do you assist church planters in Canada ?

  • William Moraes

    August 18, 2010, 11:54 am

    We are looking for donors, trusts and God’s people who can support us financially to plant our own church. We await answers from likeminded persons.

    Beatrice & William Moraes

  • Gailey & Jean

    March 18, 2011, 12:19 pm

    Great to share this great vision. i was called in 2006, but upto now i have not ventured into church planting becasuse of what is involved. my wife and i have no proper jobs to keep our fice children. this year i have resolved to move out in total faith the African way, God being my helper. The tentmaker is a very bright idea. if sent in kind or cash, all i would want is a shade for christians to congregate and fellowship without threat of rain. Let me know if anyone is willing to share with me. Gailey & Jean, Choose Life Ministries, Uganda

  • Christopher Baker

    April 14, 2011, 9:05 pm

    I would like to know what came from this idea. Sounds very promising and would be a great help as I begin planting a church in Baytown, Tx. Any information or assistance can be directed to incrediblefaith.ministries@gmail.com

  • Gailey

    May 28, 2011, 5:27 am

    I would like to know the updates of the Tentmaker project.i would love be a beneficiary to accomplish the mission assigned to me. i sent acomment on 18th March 2011, and await any contribution. Gailey. gilbertahebwa@yahoo.com

  • Jan Shabangu

    July 12, 2011, 8:26 am

    Would love to turn our church into acts29 church, need more information

  • jerome pitts

    July 22, 2011, 12:01 am

    I need help funding my church in lufkin ,tx if any body have any ideas contact me at pittsjerome@AOL.com. god bless yours sincerely Jerome & Tiffany

  • JD

    July 25, 2011, 11:31 am

    Wish we had all the resources here in South Africa. There is a HUGE demand for a family orientated/charismatic church in my community. The problem is just that we battle to find the fund for a building and furniture.

  • PASTOR ROY IMBAHA

    November 14, 2011, 5:39 am

    It sounds good. In Kenya Africa we would like great support since life is very difficult and there are no jobs available. many pastors struggle alot to make ends meet. how can you advice

  • Pastor Chris Nofemele

    January 22, 2012, 6:30 am

    I am a Senior Pastor at The Promised Land Ministries; I accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior, was bapatised in the Holy Spirit and have been used by God in my churh , where I have shared the gospel of Christ in many churches in schools, hospitals and prisons. Iwoth have also studied HIV? Aids counselling with the University of South Africa (Theology Dept), which training has been so usefult in my ministry
    We now want to establish 12 tents in the poor black townships of Mamemlodi, Soshanguve, Grarankuwa, Soweto,etc where those who come to the Lord are linked to churches, thus contribute to church planting.
    We now need funding assistance for this very important project.
    Thanx

  • Bobby Minor

    February 10, 2012, 5:17 pm

    I’m about 4 1/2 years late on the original post but I love the way you think. I’m moving next week from Fort Worth, TX to Durham, NC to restart a multi-ethnic church called Mosaic Church of Durham (a new campus of Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas led by Mark DeYmaz…) and the way I’m raising support is by creating a coaching network that features some of the most well-known names is Christina leadership around. Guys like Tony Morgan, Shaun King, Rick Howerton, Brandon Cox, Alan Danielson have all either tweeted or blogged about it. Check it out at http://www.bobbyminor.com/coachingnetwork and let me know what you think.

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