Jesus never commanded us to plant churches; He told us to make disciples.
Many conservative Anabaptists attempt evangelism through prison ministry, street ministry, literature distribution, and inviting people to church.
Some aspects of church planting are the same now as 2000 years ago.
Do Christians today have much the same attitude as Jonah? How might we be failing the New Testament mandate for missions?
How would you go about planting a church in an economically challenged part of the world among people of very different beliefs?
In many conservative Anabaptist urban and international church plants, effort is made to reach a particular culture that has formed over the course of many generations.