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Musings on Life, the Christian Journey and being a part of Planetshakers City Church

18,000 Flock to Planetshakers Insider in 4 Days

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What an incredible 4 days!

It seems like your frank and open comments here have struck a chord with people worldwide.

Since creating this blog, 18,000 people have visited – around 6,000 more people than you would find at a single Planetshakers’ conference, and I would suspect more people than have visited Planetshakers City Church this year.

That’s over 4,500 visitors per day!

I’ve also been contacted by many people in the past 24 hours – from a Planetshakers team member (we’ll see what comes of this) and a major radio station who wanted to interview me to provide an alternative and balanced insight regarding the Mike Guglielmucci scandal (I suggested they contact the Planetshakers Media Officer first).

And several blogs and web-sites have linked to the articles published on this site.

It’s even more important now that the information here continues to be balanced, fair and discussive – rather than dropping to a level where it may become negative, gossip-filled or derogatory.

Hopefully we can make some positive change, and turn an already great church – Planetshakers City Church – into an incredible church.

Written by Planetshakers Insider

August 27, 2008 at 12:03 am

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  1. Personally I think the issues raised on this site go beyond Mike Guglielmucci and Planetshakers.

    Big/mega churches have the challenge to ensure the leadership don’t become so set apart from their people that they are seen (or project themselves) as perfect and sinless. They also need to, on an ongoing basis, address issues such as true accountability (not a board of yes men) and being open to healthy input from congregations (not a “my way or the highway” attitude).

    My hope is that church leaders (not just Planetshakers) will be open at this time to look, listen and be open to hearing what people are feeling on these issues. I love the church and have always had a heart to serve, and my comments come from this heart.

    NV

    August 27, 2008 at 9:58 am

  2. These are such big issues.

    Such complex issues.

    We have to remember that big, complex issues don’t have clean and simple answers.

    This is going to hurt! but this could be so wonderful.

    IB

    August 27, 2008 at 3:40 pm


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