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Mark Chripczuk was a successful computer programmer. But then God called him to start a church in his hometown of Philadelphia. In this video and related story, see how he now works harder than he ever has and is happier than he's ever been.
Date Created: 5/13/2013 4:53:43 PM
Attendees of Lakeview Church in Woodbury, Minn., have yet to meet all together in one building. They’ve held no potluck dinners. No one has yet signed up for nursery duty.Yet consistently 40 people regularly listen to church planter Travis Hart’s weekly sermons.
Date Created: 5/9/2013 9:22:50 AM
Jeremiah Brown (@jeremiahjbrown) practices what he preaches. In the months leading up to the Easter 2013 launch of Generation Church in Noblesville, Ind., Brown urged his core group to get others involved in what God was doing in Greater Indianapolis.
Date Created: 5/8/2013 1:04:03 AM
Five minutes east of downtown Columbus, you’ll find one of the most influential Central Ohio suburbs. Called Bexley, it’s home to the governor’s mansion, the president of Ohio State University, a highly ranked school district and one of Central Ohio’s largest Jewish populations.
Date Created: 5/8/2013 12:56:35 AM
By Kevin Ezell
events like the Boston Marathon bombing, the Sandy Hook massacre and Super
Storm Sandy all remind me of the remarkable power of the Church in times of
crisis. And they remind me why we must continue to work to start new churches
in the places where our numbers are few.
Date Created: 4/30/2013 12:37:22 PM
Alvin Reid, professor of evangelism and student ministry at Southeastern
Baptist Theological Seminary, encourages Southern Baptists to participate in Crossover 2013 in Houston. Learn more at namb.net/crossover.
Date Created: 4/25/2013 3:56:34 PM
Raised in Bhutan during the height of ethnic conflict,
Tek Dharnal was born to a Hindu mother and a father who made his name as a witch doctor
in the community. When Tek was only 7, the family was violently forced to flee
the nation in the middle of the night, taking only the clothes on their backs.
They walked to the border of India, where they were denied refuge and
eventually left on a riverbank in Nepal. Today, he is planting a Bhutanese church in Atlanta.
Date Created: 4/18/2013 11:34:38 AM
When Kentucky native Matt Dye began praying about
God’s call on his life to plant a church, he never thought he’d be putting down
the roots of his church in another Southern city.
Date Created: 4/18/2013 10:40:24 AM
MINNEAPOLIS – When it came time for the church plant core team for Jacob’s
Well on the campus of the University of Minnesota to pick a leader, everyone in
the room knew who it should be—everyone except Nate Ray (@nate_ray).
Date Created: 4/17/2013 9:43:22 AM
Church plant reaches out to hurting families On Easter 2013 the Mileskis launched Connection Church of Carmel in suburban Indianapolis. Built as a family-equipping church, Connection Church focuses on helping families pass on Christ-centered spiritual legacies to their children.
Date Created: 4/8/2013 5:19:34 PM
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