“The key to the success … was the people of God have been praying for months for this crusade,” said Rick Gage, the Georgia-based evangelist who leads Go Tell Ministries.
For the last two decades, new church planters launching in Arizona have largely come from out of state.
With several first responders in his family, Bethany Baptist Church Executive Pastor Rick Kirkland is privy to the needs of police officers, including, well, their privy needs.
“We grieve the thousands of people who entered eternity after a devastating 6.8-magnitude earthquake, Sept. 8, in Morocco. As we face this lostness and devastation, we won’t be silent,” the International Mission Board urged.
“I always thought, ‘Wow, what a great opportunity,’” said Richard Brunson, North Carolina’s Baptists on Mission executive director. “But I don’t think anybody could have envisioned what it’s become.”
Send Network’s new podcast, “Terminal: The Dying Church Planter,” is more than just a story about a guy with cancer, said producer Tony Hudson.
“There are fewer Christians in Utah than any country in the western hemisphere,” according to Plant4thegospel.com. “The next closest would be Cuba at 6%.”
Midwestern Seminary hosted the ninth annual For the Church National Conference in Kansas City on Sept. 11–12, welcoming more than 1,100 pastors and ministry leaders to campus.
The board of trustees for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission has unanimously voted to elect Kevin Smith as the new chairperson during its meeting in Nashville, Tennessee.
The annual Sing! Global conference, held Sept. 4-6, drew some 8,500 Christian worship music leaders and other church musicians, pastors, vendors and hymn composers from as many as 35 countries.