The Bikeable Church: A Bicyclist's Guide to Church Planting

Sean Benesh

The Bikeable Church: A Bicyclist's Guide to Church Planting by Sean Benesh
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nonfiction Politics, Religion, Sports
For readers of:Richard Florida, Timothy Keller, Ray Bakke, Michael Frost, Darrin Patrick
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Print Length108
ISBN978-1479121533 (paperback)
PublisherUrban Loft Publishers
Publication DateSeptember 6, 2012
About the Book

The Bikeable Church: A Bicyclist's Guide to Church Planting is an off-the-cuff look and exploration into the bicycling world in Portland. More than that, it pokes and prods church planting in the urban petri dish to discover what it'd be like to plant pedal-powered churches. Chalked full of stories, antics, and slightly questionable research, The Bikeable Church spins forward the church planting revolution in light of the changing transportation infrastructure in cities like Portland, and asks whether we can truly start churches where the primary vehicle of use is the bicycle. This book is for the everyday bicyclist and ordinary church planter. You'll be happy to hear that no spandex was worn for the writing of this book.

About the Author

Coffee and bicycles define Sean's urban existence who believes the best way for exploring cities is on the seat of a bicycle as well as hanging out in third wave coffee shops. Sean is an urban missiologist who works in a creative partnership between TEAM as the Developer of Urban Strategy and Training and the Upstream Collective leading the PDX Loft.