Live Your Life on Mission

GenSEND is a student missionary initiative by the North American Mission Board. Let’s set aside all the fancy ways to describe it and sum it up this way: it’s a no-brainer! Students between the ages of 19 and 25 that are still single (unmarried) can spend six weeks in some of the largest cities in […]

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Help Serve Our Community for the Gospel!

Vintage Church Durham is looking for volunteers for one of the area’s largest Easter Egg Hunts! Join us as we serve the Durham community by providing family fun activities like face painting, inflatables games and food vendors. We would need volunteers to help manage the egg hunt, monitor the inflatable games, paint faces and welcome the […]

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Leveraging Retirement for the Gospel

Renaissance Church Montreal, led by Aaron Boswell, is a North American church plant in Montreal, Canada. The church is currently meeting on Sunday afternoons for worship services, and seeking to gather a core group of men and women together that are interested in planting more gospel communities around the Little Burgundy area, which is a […]

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Your Church Can’t do it Alone: Reaching Cities Together

A post from Keelan Cook: Cities today are big places. Let me put that into perspective. In the first century (when Paul was walking around), the biggest city in the world was supposedly Rome and it had… wait for it… 450,000 people.* The shining beacon of urban accomplishment in the first century, the most radically […]

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Celebrating DAY ONE!

Jordan Branch, pastor of Calvary Church in Lakewood, CO has put together a video capturing their launch day as a church plant, and also the baptisms that occurred—baptisms on DAY ONE! Celebrate with Calvary Church and the Lord Jesus in this work, and continue to pray for these brothers and sisters. This past Sunday was […]

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South Coast Church Plant: Evidence of Grace

Chad Hartis is going through a blessed season of ministry at South Coast Church in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. He highlighted several items in his update, and we felt particularly compelled to share because good news of God’s work is such a refreshing gift. Chad specifically wanted to say thank you SEBTS and everyone in this community […]

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A New Plant in Connecticut: “Will you Pray for Me?”

1 Samuel 12 is a moving scene of repentance and conviction in the life of Israel. Upon having their sin revealed to them, Israel pleas for Samuel to intercede and pray for them. Samuel’s response to their plea is a beautiful example for us today. People make the request often, “Will you pray for me?” […]

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Ask Questions, Get Answers: How Toronto Views God

At the close of last year, we asked you to pray for a project by Trinity Life Church in Toronto, Canada called Big City Big Questions. For three consecutive years “larger than life” questions have been tossed at Torontonians from behind a camera. The result has been three excellent (BCBQ 2013, BCBQ 2014) videos capturing  humanity, […]

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The Impact of Good Church Planting Methodology

Church Planting requires constant preparation for the future. And this is good. But when preparing for the future, a Biblical thing to do is look back. As the Psalmist exhorts, we are to remember God’s faithfulness and mighty works of old.  When considering the future, God’s people must keep one eye on the past. “I […]

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Church Planting through ESL Strategies

Read a post by Keelan Cook concerning ESL and using it for the expansion of the Gospel: “In the past, I have shared about the importance of shifting from a “come and see” mindset to one of “go and tell”  (check out this post too) in our outreach. Today, I will give an example. ESL stands […]

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