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Send North America: Los Angeles It's beautiful and ugly, palm trees and traffic jams, Hollywood and the 'hood. Los Angeles is all things to all people. Here, there are Southern Baptist church planters bringing the truth of Jesus to one of the most influential cities in the world. Download >
Young people changed by one life experience — this is the story of Generation Send. Getting young people plugged in and living missionally is critical to the success of Send North America efforts. Part of the NAMB “Farm System,” Generation Send invests in students who are intentionally living every day on mission.
Singing with family members throughout the country, Mark Lashey longed for a church where he lived that would be like those he visited. Then he realized that God was calling him to make that happen! What began as a Bible study in his home grew into LifeHouse Church. The faithfulness and obedience of the church has resulted in many coming to know Christ and following Him.
Mobberly Baptist Church in Longview, Texas, has committed to starting churches both near and far. One of those plants—in South Dakota—has now also planted a new church in Sioux Falls. Connect Church, led by Jonathan Land, is loving its city as it reaches people for Christ.
Daniel Yang’s call to church planting was simple—he heard the Lord, trusted Him, and moved out in obedience. That required a physical move from the United States to Toronto, Canada. There, Daniel connected with another church planter, Michael Seaman, and together they have started the thriving Trinity Life Church.
As Send City Coordinator in Salt Lake City, Travis Kerns helps mobilize and recruit church planters and churches to share the true gospel with a city population that is 98 percent lost. Seventy percent of the population is part of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints; the other 28 percent include those who are secular and “hate-everything-about-religion.”
When Catalina Allen saw people being sent out into the mission field from their Las Vegas church, she would tell her husband, "that will never be us." Little did she know that she and her husband had just what every church planter needs.
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