Partnering and supporting church planters in Tampa, the Northeast, Toronto
We are supporting and equipping Southern Baptist churches and church planters to better promote their ministries and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through what we call missionary-journalism, we are able to get the story and trust the Lord to help us relate those stories across various media. And in the process, we are able to relate a great need in some of North America’s least-reached areas.
How’s that? We produce documentary style videos that let the story to tell itself, and we produce the snappy Websites and blogs that serve as a delivery channel.
Check out some of the major, ongoing projects that we have spearheaded and continue to oversee:
Tampa Bay Church Planting – We are praising the Lord for connecting us to Pastor Mike Kahn, the D.O.M. of the Tampa Bay Baptist Association. We are honored to be able to help him drive a new church planting focus for our home town.
Northeast Church Planting Coalition– With the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, we are promoting partnerships in Boston, New York and Toronto. Featuring “city partnerships, videos and a monthly podcast.
New Hampshire Church Planting – Working with the North American Mission Board’s Catalyst, Sean Simonton, we were pleased to roll out in January, 2014, a brand new site with a series of regionally-focused videos.
Maine Church Planting – Working with Barry Murry of the North American Mission Board, and funded through partnerships, we rolled out a new site painting the picture of life and ministry in Maine.
Mission | Toronto | Canada: Mission Team Training with Dan Collison – Thanks to the Baptist State Convention of NC, we were able to produce this four-part video series inside 1) Canada, 2) Toronto, 3) Church Planting, and 4) a posture called F.L.U.I.D.
New York City Church Planting– With Steve Allen of the North American Mission Board and George Russ of the Metro New York Baptist Association, we created this site in 2012, and are seeking partners who will help us keep it alive.