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July 18, 2017 by Chad Childress | Send Network
A kingdom perspective that pushes back lostness does not develop within a church without effort. Rather, it happens when we look past our church and multiply out. This is what the Church Planting Pipeline is all about. We believe that churches plant churches. When we looked at the tremendous...
July 13, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
Noah Clifton is a high school Freshman, who enjoys playing in the high school youth band at church and going on mission trips. Noah is also a pastor’s kid. This is his experience as a PK. I have been a pastor’s kid since I was two, so pretty much my entire living memory. My grandfather is also a...
July 11, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
Emily Abella is a 20-year-old college student at The College at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. She is currently studying history with a minor in Christian studies. Emily is the oldest of six kids and is also a pastor’s kid. This is her experience being a PK. I have always been a...
July 10, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
Madelyn Joy Kwak is a sophomore in high school and the oldest of four children. Madelyn is also a pastor’s kid. This is her experience being a PK. I have been a pastor’s kid for basically my entire life. Even before I was born my dad was heavily involved in ministry. When I was younger, I was...
June 8, 2017 by Alan Briggs | Send Network
For twelve months, I met with a wildly creative leader who wanted to plant a church. He was confident, talented and charismatic. I got to peek behind the curtain of his life while eating terrible Asian-American cuisine. Every Monday, he was tired and unfulfilled from the weekend. One day, I...
June 6, 2017 by D.A. Horton | Send Network
Developing a taste When I was a young adult I couldn’t stand the taste of coffee. I tried to drink it on occasion but flooded my cup with three parts sugar, three parts creamer and one part coffee. Even with all those additions, I still couldn’t finish a single cup. As I grew older and the Lord...
June 5, 2017 by Kent Bateman | Church Planting | Send Network
“I believe the gospel–I just don’t believe it right now. I believe that at a head level, I just don’t believe it at a heart level right now.” I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been in a pastoral counseling session, a small group setting or out to coffee with another follower of Jesus and heard...
May 30, 2017 by Christine Hoover | Church Planting | Send Network
I was standing at the door after church, talking with folks, when a woman who’d been visiting our church approached and blurted, “Can we be friends?” I knew immediately what she meant: she wanted to connect with other women and with the church, because she was in a time of transition and needed a...
May 24, 2017 by Kenny Klinglesmith | Church Planting | Send Network
As a worship leader, one thing that I have learned is that art is very subjective and contextual. For example, while The Mona Lisa may be considered a masterpiece in Western Culture, for the uncontacted Awa tribe of Brazil, the same painting may seem strange and even ugly. The same principle is...
May 17, 2017 by Noah Oldham | Church Planting | Send Network
Every church plant has one of two destinations: monument or movement. The odds are, only a few generations from now, most of the churches that exist and are planted this year will be gone. When that happens, what will be left behind to show for all the physical, emotional and spiritual blood,...