What’s your dream? Do you dare to dream big dreams with God? What would that mean? That could mean that you’re willing for God to send you to labor among a people that have no access to the gospel, to move your family and plant your lives in a major city. Or, perhaps you could be sent to labor in some of the smaller cities and towns of upper New York and upper New England. Whatever your dream, Dreaming Big in Smaller Places is an opportunity for you to interact with some church planting leaders and practitioners who have planted their lives in some of the least reached places of NA.
We’re asking God to raise up workers to send into His harvest field. In one sense, you could say we’re asking God to raise up people who are willing to dream big about what a great God can do in some of the lesser reached places of in upper New York and New England.
When: Thursday, September 11th
Where: Jacumin-Simpson Missions Building
1) 11:15AM – Free Pizza after Chapel. Come enjoy some lunch and hang out with some church planters. This is a great opportunity to meet some missionaries, listen, learn and ask some questions.
2) 5:30-7PM – Free Dinner & 5’s on Planting. What does evangelism, discipleship, ministry and being the church look like in the Northeast? We’ll have church planters doing 5 minute talks on different aspects of church planting with Q&A. Then, we’ll share a meal together.
Mike is an Assistant Professor of Church Planting and Evangelism, the Associate Director for North American Church Planting for the Center for Great Commission Studies, and a National Missionary of the North American Mission Board (D.Miss., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, M.Div., Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary)