NAMB hosts 200 church planters for Send Network Orientation
Reaching Military Communities with the Gospel
From new recruits to retired veterans, more than 23 million men and women are part of the American military. They have given their lives to benefit the lives of others and endured the horrors and hardships of battle—physically, mentally and spiritually. Members of the Armed Services and their families desperately need healthy community, but the transient nature of their assignments, deployments and culture in general can make connecting difficult. Through church planting near military communities, you can affect change, meet needs, disciple believers, and help mobilize the church in powerful and strategic ways.
Church Planting Resources
Discover free tools and resources—blogs, podcasts, e-books and more—that will help you and your church effectively plant churches in your community.
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