CHURCHES MULTIPLYING CHURCHES TO SATURATE GREATER FORT WORTH WITH THE GOSPEL TOGETHER.
Jesus’ commission to the church was to make disciples, to baptize them, and to teach them to observe all that he commanded. Jesus’ mission for us was, essentially, to plant the Gospel in the city and to plant churches of Gospel-formed people. The Apostle Paul understood this clearly and dedicated his life to the planting of churches in the major cities of his region. This is why a leading missiologist like C. Peter Wagner can say, “Planting new churches is the most effective evangelistic methodology known under heaven.”
Most Christians at one point or another have felt a great desire for God to use them; a longing to see God flex in mighty ways. As well, most of us have a sense of what is broken around us: the idols and injustices of the city, the sins and longings of our friends and neighbors, the anxieties and emptiness on our campuses and in our offices— and we want to see the glory and grace of Jesus come to bear on these broken places. The saturation of churches on mission, a people who love Jesus and love Fort Worth, is the answer for the Gospel renewal of a city.
THUS, WE ARE COMMITTED TO PLANT CHURCHES FOR FORT WORTH AND FROM FORT WORTH, TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH!
Organization Type: Network
Urban, Suburban, and Rural
Characteristics of Partner Churches
Anabaptist, Anglican, Baptist, Evangelical, Fundamentalist, Lutheran, Non-denominational, Pentecostal/Charismatic, and Reformed
Stance on Women in Ministry
Stance on Sexual Ethics
Liturgical, Contemporary, and Other