Love them or hate them, assessments are critical for evaluating churches and church planters.
God has called us to reach the world. In His sovereign providence, He decided to bring most of that world to the United States.
Natalie is busy. Four children—one with special needs—keeps her occupied and happy. But beneath the smiles and laughter, I can see a tiredness that infects …
It takes a commitment to Biblical hospitality and love to make a serious dent in the lostness that surrounds us.
Established churches often suffer from diminishing vision. What diminishes a church’s ability to really see the people who live around them?
The key to a trip like that is to know where you’re going. The same approach is helpful when navigating church planting. Giving birth to a new congregation can be a long journey. The road can be hard to navigate. That’s why the GARBC has started the Genesis Initiative. We want to help church leaders get started in the right direction.
We don’t just need more churches. We need churches committed to decreasing lostness.
It’s easy to walk when you can see where you are going. It’s a different story when you have to take a step in the dark.
Successful church plants don’t happen in a vacuum. They are the result of healthy partnerships—churches coming together to expand the impact of the gospel in a given region.