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Visiting the sick Blog Post
June 22, 2017 by Brian Croft | Send Network
The stress and anxiety that often accompanies visiting the sick can cause us to miss the joy that comes from them. As we visit, we must be mindful to enjoy all that God will accomplish for His glory. Here are a few opportunities in which we should anticipate God’s providence. We should enjoy...
June 22, 2017 by Colby Garman | Church Planting | Send Network
A few years ago in our church, our elders were working hard to prepare a budget to present to our members and just couldn’t make the numbers work. The reality was we felt strongly that we needed to increase some of our giving in the area of church planting and missions in a way that was going to...
June 21, 2017 | Send Network
Join Replant pastor Nathan Rose for a webinar on "Moving to Multiple Leaders." Nathan shares his insights from his experience and takes a few questions after his presentation. Nathan Rose is an elder at Liberty Baptist Church in Libery, Mo.
June 21, 2017 by Warren Mainard | Send Network
Finding the right cattle on the right hills Church planting takes money. I get it. As a church planter in greater Seattle, I get it. You have the vision. You have the training. You have the prospectus. All you need now is the money. Where will the money come from? How will you fund these amazing...
June 20, 2017 by Craig Tuck | Send Network
Conflict is inevitable. Jesus said to His disciples, “It is inevitable that stumbling blocks come…” (Luke 17:1). As leaders we have a responsibility to teach our congregations to work through conflict and shepherd them through conflict. If we are to “preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond...
June 20, 2017 by Andy Metzger | Church Planting | Send Network
Even if you’re not a "spreadsheet” kind of guy, developing a budget for your first year of church planting is strangely exciting. It requires a tremendous amount of faith (since you’re largely just declaring numbers out of thin air with no past years’ performance to compare to), but it’s also one...
June 19, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
Jeff Christopherson and Tim Wheat, from the Send Network, interview Mark Clifton, director of Replanting for the Send Network. Learn more about Replanting at https://www.namb.net/church-replanting.
June 19, 2017 by Matt Rogers | Send Network
You’ve probably been in a meeting or a conversation with someone who seemed to have something else on his mind. There’s a distant look in his eyes and it’s clear that he’s not really engaged or interested in what’s happening around him. Spend time around the typical church planter, and you are...
June 15, 2017 by Fred Luter | Church Planting | Send Network
In September 1986, my life was changed forever when I was elected as pastor of a dying Southern Baptist Mission called Franklin Avenue Baptist Church. I grew up in the National Baptist denomination. I was the middle of five kids raised in a home by a single mom who required everyone living in...
June 12, 2017 by Johnny Hunt | Send Network
I have been privileged as a pastor to serve a wonderful Southern Baptist church called First Baptist Church Woodstock for the last 31 years. Now, for over 40 years, I have served in four different SBC churches. I have also had the privilege of planting churches and helping develop church...
June 8, 2017 by Nathan Rose | Send Network
As I stated in my previous post, our church just transitioned to a plurality of elders, instead of having just one pastor. The reason we did this was because we were convinced it was biblical, and, being biblical, it was full of practical benefits. In this post, I want to list and explain six...
June 8, 2017 | Send Network
Churches are being renewed and replanted across North America. Mark Hallock, Lead Pastor of the Calvary Family of Churches in Colorado, tells us why he is praying for a movement where hundreds and thousands of Churches are replanted for God’s glory.