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April 24, 2017
David Platt, president of the International Mission Board, invites church leaders and their members to join him at Send Conference Dallas, May 19-20. He called it a conference focused on "how can we live sent lives where we are and be wherever God...
April 20, 2017
Through an unexpected turn of events, God called Paul Sasis to start a church in California. Here's what happened.
April 13, 2017 | Church Mobilization
Every believer can pray, and every church can help plant churches. Take the first step by choosing a location and committing to pray for church planters there. Pray regularly for your planters and lead others to join in with you. Ask God to save lives and transform communities through church...
April 5, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
Christine Hoover, author and pastor's wife, explains the best ways for church planters to encourage their wives.
March 29, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
Christine Hoover, author and pastor's wife, reveals the three unique things every church planter needs to know about his wife to best serve her.
I Have an Idea Article, Video
February 28, 2017
1. What is Refuge Coffee, and why does it exist? Jessica Darnell , director of community engagement and relations: Refuge Coffee is not just a coffee truck or community to hang around. It’s a way to welcome people to America and to aid...
I Have a Mission Article, Video
February 28, 2017
“God is the biggest chess player in the whole wide world,” says Native Nigerian Bennett Ekandem while sitting on a donated, plastic child’s chair in the hallway where he runs his makeshift after-school program called the Family...
I Have a Job Video
February 28, 2017
Malek is a Muslim and a newly-arrived refugee. Since he arrived in America, it's been Christians who have helped him adjust.
I Have a Name Article, Video
February 28, 2017
In January 2002, several mutilated survivors celebrated the end of Sierra Leone’s 10-year civil war, free from neighboring Liberia’s rebel army. For 8-year-old Fatmata Bayoh, the end of the war meant the beginning of a new life in...
I Have a Friend Article, Video
February 28, 2017
When James Amar was born, his parent’s wept. Their son’s birth was an answer to quiet, hidden prayers since Christian prayer was not allowed in their tiny Burmese village. Amar’s grandparents were the first to be exiled from...