The wisest way to avoid these two ditches [moving too slowly, and not being prepared enough] is to follow an unhurried but steady pace, focused on organizing the organism. We have to be a community before we can reach our community. We have to minister to one another during the launch process if we want to create a culture of one-another ministry after the launch. In ministry, speed kills. Shortcuts are often dead ends. This is especially true when organizing is emphasized above the organism. (Robert Kelleman, Equipping Counselors for Your Church, p. 55).