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What we do

Our aim is to participate in the Great Commission through media, storytelling and strategy, assisting Southern Baptist churches in the planting of thousands of new congregations in the places that need them most.

Getting to know us

My wife, Connie, and I have six great kids (aged 23 to 9) and one grandson. We live in Tampa, Florida, where I currently serve as Discipleship and Missions Pastor at FBC Tampa. While we are actually from Tampa, we moved away in 2010 to Wake Forest, NC to work on a Master of Divinity degree at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. We completed that degree in 2012 and started working on a Master of Theology degree which we completed in 2014. Both degrees are focused in North American Church Planting. We moved to Boston in 2013-2014 serving as a NAMB-supported Church Planting Intern at Celebration Church. Currently, we are pursuing the Doctor of Missiology from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.[av_hr class=’short’ height=’50’ shadow=’no-shadow’ position=’center’ custom_border=’av-border-thin’ custom_width=’50px’ custom_border_color=” custom_margin_top=’30px’ custom_margin_bottom=’30px’ icon_select=’yes’ custom_icon_color=” icon=’ue808′ font=’entypo-fontello’

Partnership Gap

The tremendous lack of churches results in a tremendous need for partners from outside the area.

We believe every SBC church can ignite its people for missions by connecting them with a multiplication / church planting strategy. We want to help you get started and find that right fit.

Our Ministry

We are open to new partnerships with churches, associations and conventions – that can leverage our abilities and provide support for us to assist in its church planting and equipping strategies.

 

NAMB, Jeff Christopherson, VP Northeast; CP Catalysts – Joe Souza, Boston; Steve Allen, Metro New York; Andrew Lamme, Toronto; Lyandon Warren, Vermont, Sean Pierce, Albany, NY; Barry Murry, Maine; Sean Simonton, New Hampshire; Shaun Pillay, Rhode Island and Southeastern Connecticut. 

North American Church Planting Network, Dr. Mike Dodson, NAMB 

Center for Great Commission Studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary