5 Questions to Assess Your Entrepreneurial Aptitude One Mokgatle By One Mokgatle July 2, 2018
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Entrepreneurial Aptitude is one of the eleven competencies that Acts 29 considers essential when assessing church planters. You can explore the Competencies further on the Acts 29 Competencies page.

CORE IDEA

In 1 Corinthians 9:22, Paul says ‘I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some. I do it all for the sake of the gospel, that I may share with them in its blessings.’ At the very heart of a planter’s entrepreneurial aptitude, is the desire and ability to engage new cultures in a way that is theologically driven, with missional innovation and cultural engagement. It is pioneering something new for the sake of communicating the unchanging truths of the gospel.

 

SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS

  1. Do you have a track record of establishing new creative ventures?
  2. Do you have a burning affinity to see a Gospel impact in an area that is currently unreached?
  3. Are you able to critique cultures through the lense of the Gospel?
  4. Are you able to gather/enlist others around a common vision for a new venture?
  5. Are you able to innovate and improvise when facing new challenges, difficulties and adversities?

 

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One Mokgatle One Mokgatle

One, his wife Confidence and their daughters Amara & Keeya, live in Pretoria, South Africa. He leads Rooted Fellowship; a Gospel Centered, Disciple Making and Transcultural church, planted from a partnership with LIG.punt & Bryanston Bible Church. One’s desire is to see more churches planted in Pretoria and beyond.

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