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These videos are featured during the 2014 Week of Prayer for North American Missions and Annie Armstrong Easter Offering. The theme is "Firmly Planted: Rooted in the gospel"
When Scott felt God pushing him to start a church, he realized there was no better place to start than the place that was most familiar to him: his hometown. Scott is a church planter and pastor of Lakepointe Church near Detroit. He and his wife, Karen, were featured during the 2014 North American Missions Emphasis.
Following in the footsteps of his grandfather, who was the first African American to join the Florida Baptist Convention, church planting missionary, Patrick Coats has a huge passion for reaching the diverse cultures in Miami. Patrick is pastor of Kingdom Covenant Baptist Church in Miami. He and his wife, Archalena, were featured during the 2014 North American Missions Emphasis. - See more at: http://www.namb.net/video/wop-2014-coats/#sthash.f37oZijc.dpuf
When Native Québeécois, Lucas Aube understands the language and culture in a way outsiders often cannot. Through his ministry as collegiate minister at Bishops University and Champlain College, and church planter of Encounter Church, Lucas is sowing seeds of the gospel among one of the most unreached people groups in North America. Lucas was featured during the 2014 North American Missions Emphasis.
Church planter Jose Nater's life is anything but normal. He pastors 3 Hispanic congregations and works a full time job while leading his churches to develop leaders and strategies to continue the church multiplication process. Jose and his wife, Mayra, were featured during the 2014 North American Missions Emphasis.
Meet North American missionaries who are firmly planted spreading the gospel across North America. This video provides an overview to the 2014 North American Missions Emphasis.
Ara's passion for church planting led him to start one of the first Armenian Southern Baptist churches, Armenian Fellowship Church of Burbank, a new congregation reaching Armenian and Farsi-speaking people. This video is part of the adult and youth mission studies for the 2014 North American Missions Emphasis.
Ara Torosian came to America from Iran as refugees after his secret church was discovered. He came with is family to start over and found freedom in America to plant churches to reach out to Armenian and Farsi-speaking people. Ara and his wife, Anet, were featured during the 2014 North American Missions Emphasis.
Southern Baptists are all part of a family tree. We are able to do missions today because of the generations who came before us, like Annie Armstrong.
Andrew Mann is church planter and executive director of Graffiti 2 Church and Community Ministries in the Bronx, New York. Through ministries such as after-school and summer programs, family advocacy and special events, Andrew is spreading seeds of the gospel and mentoring future missionaries in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx.
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