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July 28, 2017 by Brian Frye | Church Planting | Send Network
Like seasonal changes in the weather, changes happen in your college ministry cycle as well. The fall semester is heavy on recruiting, connecting and engaging new students, especially freshmen—the future lifeblood of all thriving college ministries. Spring semester is different. The majority of...
July 27, 2017 by Brian Frye | Send Network
When I ask leaders in North American churches, “In what season in life did you feel closest to God?” their response often points back to their college years. And when I press further asking for an exact moment, more often than not leaders either highlight some type of catalytic event or trip or...
July 26, 2017 by Andy Metzger | Send Network
For most church planters, the season prior to planting feels much like the engagement season leading up to your wedding. As the “big day” gets closer, you feel the pressure more and more to make sure all your responsibilities have been checked off the list. Whether you’re preparing to move to a...
July 25, 2017 by Bob Bickford | Send Network
One of the most difficult aspects of pastoring is seeing people you love, people whom you have prayed for, counseled, served and been there for, decided to leave the church. It happens, and it hurts. It can also be heartbreaking and hard on you as a pastor and difficult for your family. It’s not...
July 25, 2017 by Brian Frye | Church Planting | Send Network
You’ve recruited a team and constructed a plan to start a college ministry through your church to engage the campus. Now, what is your next step? Keeping the big picture of reaching the lost and making disciples at the forefront of discussion, you’ll need to build out and fine-tune your one-year...
July 24, 2017 by Brian Frye | Send Network
Have you ever looked at the college or university campus in your community from a missional perspective? On the campus next to you, just a few blocks or miles away, sits one of the greatest mission fields of all time. It is a mission field that has the potential, if engaged with the gospel, to...
Ebook: Why the Send Network Blog Post, eBook
July 24, 2017 by Send Network
Why does the Send Network exist? This is a great question and one that you should be asking. In our day, there is no shortage of church planting networks and leaders doing amazing work to see churches planted. We praise God for the efforts of all those who labor under the banner of Jesus...
July 20, 2017 by Tim Wheat | Send Network
The simple truth is that we need more churches. If we are going to see North America transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ, we need healthy churches in every city, reaching every demographic and every people group. To do this, we need to develop more church planters, so more churches are...
Kids in ministry Blog Post
July 20, 2017 by Josh King | Send Network
One of the shifts that seems to be taking place in the church today is in the area of parenting as it relates to the pastor. Parenting in general is under a constant evolution, and much of it, I am sure, is for the worse. But when it comes to pastors, I am encouraged. We have all heard stories of...
July 19, 2017 by Steve Canter | Send Network
Steve Canter, Send City Missionary for New York City, explains the necessary components to create a leadership pipeline in a new church plant.