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Church Planting and Revival – Wayne Taylor & Clay Worrell

By January 25, 2023March 17th, 2023Podcasts2 min read

Welcome to episode 1 of the Cultivate Church Planting podcast, where we believe that the gospel is the hope of the world and that the world needs more gospel-centered churches. I’m your host Brian Kelly, and in today’s episode, I’m joined by Clay Worrel, executive director of CGN, as we talk with Pastor Wayne Taylor about the need for revival in church planting.

Pastor Wayne is a church planter and pastor in Seattle, Washington, who was a part of the Jesus movement revival of the 1960s, where he helped to plant what has become a movement of over 1500 churches with Calvary Chapel.

In this episode, we discuss the importance of revival in church planting and explore whether or not it is possible for a revival to happen again today. We also delve into the key factors that could help to bring about another revival, as well as the role of church planters in sparking a new wave of gospel-centered churches.

Don’t miss this insightful conversation as we explore the important topic of revival in church planting with two experienced church leaders. Join us now on the Cultivate Church Planting podcast.

Calvary Global Network (CGN) is a family of churches working together to proclaim the Gospel, make disciples, and plant churches.

Clay Worrell is the Executive Director of CGN. He is happily married to his wife, Jannelle, and they have two lovely daughters.

Wayne Taylor is the founding pastor and has been the lead pastor of Calvary Fellowship Seattle for 41 years. Follow Wayne on Twitter @PastorWayTay.

For the past twenty years Brian has been involved in church planting and mission work in East Africa, New Zealand, and the United States. Brian has a passion for planting churches and has hands-on experience seeing churches grow from the ground up. He recently planted a church in Bradenton, Florida—WestChurch—where he serves as lead pastor. Brian and his wife Lynne have three children.