Church Planting

"And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:18-20

St. Bartholomew’s – Called Forth Into Being

Over time, I began to find myself in this name, St. Bartholomew. I had felt led to this church out of a desperate need to be refreshed, to be allowed to engage in the seasonality and patient process of becoming who God has created me to be.

Coffee With a Friend: Jay+ Wright, Part 1

Here's the exciting thing: watching our people take ownership. They're stepping up and seeing the need. They’re hearing the call from God, and watching God make all of this happen.

Advancing the Kingdom of God

John+ and Anne Coles, Winter Conference 2017

Building the King’s Community

John+ and Anne Coles, Winter Conference 2017

Welcoming the King and His Message

John+ and Anne Coles, Winter Conference 2017

Two Things You Should Know About Planting an Anglican Church

God is on the move in our generation, and in His sovereign will has allowed The Mission to serve a significant role in helping the cynical, worn-out and despairing among us—providing a place for the lost to find profound meaning and life in the shadow of God's Word, the mystery of the Sacraments and the presence of the Holy Spirit.

How God Turns Ordinary Into Extraordinary

By Rev. Jamie George . I never imagined that Jesus would pull me out of the battle per se and take me to a place where I would be milking goats, gathering chicken eggs and installing fences. Nevertheless, I now realize God has led me here to prepare me for the next ministry.

5 Reasons to Plant a Church With The Mission

Five compelling reasons why church planters should consider this Anglican church planting society. 

Stepping Out of the Boat: The Start of My Journey as a Church Planter

Serving in established churches can feel like a very safe place to follow and serve Jesus, and if you’ve never left to go start a church from scratch, it might sound crazy or feel impossible to join Jesus in such an endeavor. But to some, the urge to go where Jesus is leading surpasses everything else.

Five Elements of Church Planting

Bishop Philip Jones shares his journey of leaving an established ministry to plant All Saints Dallas, and the five elements that make it hum.