Please join me in welcoming Josh Howard, Director-India (and recent LARN “graduate”), and Mark Hall, Director of US Operations, from Central India Christian Mission as our newest Network Leaders! Having CICM as part of our Network is so critical because India is located within the 10/40 window that is home to the majority of the world’s unreached people groups.… Read More »
Please welcome Lead Pastor Craig Kackley and his team at Church of the Four Corners to NewThing! Church of the Four Corners is located in Independence, MO and joins our Kansas City Network led by Dan Southerland and Troy McMahon. The Kansas City Network also includes: Restore Community Church (3 sites) Troy McMahon,… Read More »
100 + 100 = 200; 100 x 100 = 10,000 The above math equations pretty much sum up the major thing that we’ve learned from NewThing: We must be about multiplication, not addition. Now, don’t get me wrong—addition is good…but multiplication is better; addition adds while multiplication multiplies. In India we have amazing evangelists –… Read More »
The reason we want to plant healthy reproducing churches is to help as many people experience a transforming relationship with Jesus. This has always been the goal of NewThing and always will. Here’s a story from NewThing lead pastor Dave Jane at Connect about their first baptism service… On September 8th, 2013, Connect Church launched… Read More »
2|42 Community Church – #8 Fastest-Growing Church When some people think of church, they don’t associate it with fun. So 2|42 Community Church wants to change that. “We believe serving God can be a blast,” says Lead Pastor David Dummitt. “We take the mission of God very seriously, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously.”… Read More »
Typhoon Yolanada devastated parts of the Philippines. Check out our NewThing Philippine Network Frontline’s response to this tragedy. It’s a great example of the tangible ways the church can serve the community.
NewThing churches practice generosity in many ways. During the holidays, 2/42 Community committed to also trusting the community to be generous. The local news picked up the story. Read it here.