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Our Vision

Plant 1000 churches in our generation…  Jesus commissioned his disciples to take the gospel to the world. They did so by planting churches. This wasn’t by chance – it was God’s plan, and his plan hasn’t changed. God’s strategy for fulfilling the Great Commission is planting churches.  By planting (& replanting) churches around the world we will see the gospel advance beyond our wildest dreams.

By training leaders.  Just like then, God uses called and competent men to lead his church. Our goal is to play a part in developing and equipping those kind of leaders. Through training, coaching, support, and funding, we aim to equip pastors to steward their gifts to plant healthy, thriving churches.

Our 3 Distinctives

Gospel. The gospel changes everything. The gospel is not simply the means by which we are converted – it is the message by which we are transformed. So we seek to make the gospel, and Jesus himself, the center of all we do. The gospel is the foundation that shapes and drives our theology and our practice. (1 John 4:19; John 15:3-5)

Balance. The greatest truths are often found in tension. We are all prone to create false dichotomies, to think in terms of “either-or.” But what the Bible often calls us to is “both-and.” We believe depth and width, evangelism in word and deed, and missional and attractional ministry, are not opposites to choose from but tensions to embrace. (John 20:21; 1 Cor 14:16-23; 1 Pet 2:4-9; John 1:14)

Multiplication. The Great Commission is accomplished through multiplication. Jesus chose to change the world by preaching to many while investing more in a few.  By multiplying disciples, leaders, and churches, we’ll see the gospel advance beyond our wildest dreams. So we’re committed to planting churches that will plant churches in strategic cities and among unreached peoples around the world.  (Matt 28:18-20; Matt 25:14-30; Rom 15:20; 2 Tim 2:2)

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