Interested in church planting? Come join us at the NACPF Unite 2013 church planting conference at Open Door Church Oct. 16-17. We will have a Pre-Conference event Oct. 15 which will provide a great opportunity to meet our church planters and partnering churches. Each planter will highlight his city and give some testimonies of God’s
Don’t miss the North America Mission Board’s Send North America Conference, July 29-30, 2013, in Dallas, Texas. This two-day gathering will help churches and leaders further discover, develop and deploy their roles and resources to penetrate lostness in North America. In addition to main sessions, breakouts, workshops and networking opportunities, the conference offers tracks customized
Experience Church Planting in North Carolina What: Free lunch forum on church planting in North Carolina and how you can participate Where: Ledford Center, SEBTS. Click for map of campus here. When: Thursday, November 8, 2012, right after Chapel Who: Jason Lineberger – Ignite Church, Greenville Mike Pittman – Vertical Church, Lumberton Chris Lockhart
Montana: Big Sky Planting representatives will be on campus early next week. For those interested in serving as a church planter, church planter intern or those of you who may be Montana-bound, they would love to meet with you and discuss church planting needs and options in the Mid-west. Prospects can sign up for interviews
If you’re interested in discussing North American Church Planting in Boston, come meet planter and strategist Joe Souza from Boston. The event is 11am-1pm on Thursday the 28th in the Global Missions Room. Please RSVP to Brittany Salmon: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Tuesday, March 1st, is a North American Church Planting Dinner for anyone interested in learning more about the church planting. Come hear speakers Aslam Masih, Steve Allen, & Dan Collison share about their church planting efforts in cities such as Toronto and New York City. The dinner is in the Missions Building from 5-6:45pm
In a special luncheon held after Convocation, Southern Baptist Convention president Bryant Wright and Southeastern president Daniel Akin discussed the state of the SBC, the Great Commission Resurgence, church planting and a variety of other topics. Wright, who once made waves by saying he wanted to see the percentage of funds sent to missions drastically
Missions is at the heart of Southeastern, and the mission of God in their life is what students are challenged to consider from the beginning of their time at Southeastern. During Southeastern’s annual Gathering chapel service on August 24, missions – both domestic and international – was the focus. Under the leadership of the Center
A media team from Southeastern spent the Fourth of July weekend with Paul Seddon and Cody Wood, a couple of Southeastern grads planting a church in Livingston, Montana. President Akin and his wife were there as well. You can read a little about it, and see a bunch of pictures, at the Southeastern missions blog.
If you’d like to follow Dr. Akin’s activities while he’s in Sudan with his wife, Charlotte, and other team members, please check out the missions blog. Entries from his journal have been posted to share what God is doing in Sudan.