A church plant success story: ‘The Lord’s hand is all over Boo’

Submitted to KentuckyToday.com 5-17-22 Tucked into the community of Manchester in Clay Co. is Cross Mountain Fellowship, a KBC assisted church plant led by Pastor John “Boo” Smith. Boo, as he is affectionately called, formerly pastored Gray Fork Baptist Church in Manchester. While he was pastoring, he began Impact Outdoors, a ministry designed to introduceContinue reading “A church plant success story: ‘The Lord’s hand is all over Boo’”

Church Planting Helps Us All Grow

4 Ways Planting a Church Helps Us All Grow I recently had a meeting with a few partnering church pastors who were enthusiastic about a new sister church being planted several miles from their location. One of the pastors said, “We are glad they are planting in our town! They will reach people in waysContinue reading “Church Planting Helps Us All Grow”

A Conversation with Pastor Jake Davidson: Covocational/Bivocational Church Planting

Covo and Bivocational Church Planting: 3 Lessons From Jake Davidson In the fall of 2021 I interviewed church planter Jake Davidson of New Beginnings Baptist Church in Pembroke. NBBC is a part of the Christian County Baptist Association and is partnering with the association, the KBC, and others to reach the lost with the gospel.Continue reading “A Conversation with Pastor Jake Davidson: Covocational/Bivocational Church Planting”

“Too Small to Send?” 7 ways every church can train church planters

Then the churches throughout all Judea, Galilee, and Samaria had peace and were edified. And walking in the fear of the Lord and in the comfort of the Holy Spirit, they were multiplied. (Acts 9:31 NKJV) Chapter nine of Acts provides the account of Saul’s miraculous transformation through the power of the gospel to PaulContinue reading ““Too Small to Send?” 7 ways every church can train church planters”