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In this final episode of the We are Send Network podcast, hosts Noah Oldham, Dhati Lewis and Heiden Ratner share their favorite moments and final thoughts. For more content with practical answers to ministry and church planting questions, check
After his first cancer diagnosis at 19, Richard Pope still felt God was calling him to plant a church. Years later, and after many obstacles, he planted Canvas Church in Salisbury, Maryland — right after receiving this third cancer diagnosis. B
Social unrest, world-wide pandemic and political angst. The last two years have forced leaders into a place of humility and endurance as we’ve navigated unpredictable seasons. Rob Wilton, the lead church planter and pastor of Vintage Church in
God was doing something in the hearts of the people at Gracepoint Church in Berkeley, California—even in the midst of the pandemic. It seemed God was calling them to plant another church. So, when lead pastor Ed Kang sent out a Google forms she
There are many ways to remind your members of the gospel throughout a Sunday service and the week. In this episode, our hosts talk about how they infuse the gospel in all areas of the life of their church, even some unexpected places. To find o
Everyone is busy, and church planters are no exception. With so many demands for your attention, how do you prioritize your time? What do you say ‘no’ to? In this episode, our hosts discuss where they direct their finite energy, their unique gi
Peyton Jones is the author of Church Plantology: The Art and Science of Planting Churches. It is a result of asking the question, “What do church planters need to know?” In this episode, Jones explains more about the art and science of church p
Shane Pruitt is the next gen evangelism director for the North American Mission Board, and this summer, he saw thousands of students profess faith in Christ and hundreds acknowledge their call from God into ministry. In this episode, he talks a
When you think about a metropolis of church planting activity, Omaha, Nebraska may not be top of mind. But through a few faithful men, God has used one church to plant 13 churches and baptize over 1,000 people. In this episode, Ryan Johnston, a
Daniel Yang is the director of Send Institute and a well-known missiologist. On May 4, he unexpectedly suffered a heart attack and immediately underwent a quadruple bypass surgery — an event that would undoubtedly change anyone’s life. In this
Where will your next church planter come from? A seminary? Another church? Or is he sitting in your pew, right now, waiting to be challenged and trained? In this episode, Aaron Cavin, lead pastor of Life Community Church in Quincy, Massachusett
Mental health isn’t widely talked about among pastors and church planters, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less of a harmful reality. D.A. Horton is a professor at California Baptist University, and in this episode, he vulnerably shares the ups
William “Duce” Branch serves as the assistant professor of Preaching and Bible at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He’s also a rapper, a preacher and was part of a church planting team. At the time, church planting wasn’t on his radar
Jimmy Scroggins brings a wealth of experience to the table about church multiplication. He’s the lead pastor of Family Church in West Palm Beach, Florida, and he describes the church culture as “baptisty” when he first got there. This barrier —
Church planters are busy. Each week a stream of tasks, people and obligations yell for his attention. It’s easy to get to Friday afternoon only to realize you have a whole sermon to write. In this episode, we talk with H.B. Charles, the pastor-
The phrase ‘gospel driven’ is tossed around a lot in evangelical spaces these days. It’s easy to say, but hard to live by — especially in seasons of pastoring and church planting when the seats and pews of your church are bare each Sunday. In t
At the North American Mission Board (NAMB), it’s all about the gospel. In this episode, our hosts talk with Kevin Ezell, the President of NAMB, about planting churches with Send Network and what it’s like to be part of a family of churches that
Is the multiethnic church a realistic prospect for the Church today? Should planters and pastors pursue this vision? In this episode, our hosts — with Sam Dula who leads the Boulevard program at Send Network — answer these questions and talk ab
We say it all the time in Send Network: We can do far more together than we could apart. No church planter can plant churches alone. He needs people and churches to partner with him and his team to fulfill the ministry God has called them to in
Chris Phillips oozes joy. He finds joy in church planting (even though it’s immensely challenging), and he finds joy in knowing his city and loving his neighbors. He’s the lead pastor and planter of Journey Point Church in Denver, Colorado, and
Jonah Easley was living as a missionary in China when he and his wife had their first child. They noticed developmental delays and brought him to America where he was diagnosed with autism. Amid having more children — each diagnosed with autism
There’s a lot of talk these days about leadership in the church. But what’s the difference between leadership development and disciple-making? In this episode, our hosts sit down with Charles Smith. He’s the Senior Vice President for Institutio
In this episode, Vance Pitman, senior pastor of Hope Church in Las Vegas, Nevada, reflects on 20 years of church planting and ministry experience. He talks about how they planted their church without losing their family, the power and necessity
A proper view of the Kingdom of God is essential to planting a healthy church. God is expanding His rule and reign throughout the world, and every local church is a temporary tool established by Jesus to expand His Kingdom. In this episode, our
For years now, Send Network churches and planters have been planting churches everywhere for everyone in the diverse place that is North America. In this episode, Noah, Dhati and Heiden talk with Félix Cabrera — regional director for Puerto Ric
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