In the familiar cast of characters from the Christmas story, we find three women. While each has a very different life, their stories are woven together by the common threads of God’s miraculous intervention and their own quiet faithfulness.
See how Arcadia First Baptist is growing and read how Pastor Joshua McDonald and Church Health Strategy Director Jonathan Smith have teamed up to bolster their ministry.
La Primera de Arcadia ya era una iglesia dinámica y en crecimiento. Jonathan Smith pudo caminar con ellos y asegurarse de que continúen creciendo al darles las herramientas necesarias para tener éxito en el futuro venidero.
Director of Church Health Strategy Jonathan Smith and Associate Director of Missions Tom Howe explain the differences between revitalizing and replanting a church and how they can lead to new life.
"...we should be engaged in that which is not sin, but which makes you feel relevant and relatable so that it opens the door to share the gospel,”
I was in New York City in June of 2001 with my wife Heather for my first visit to New York City. When I returned for a last-minute mission trip in December of 2001, I found an entirely different city.
"We want to speak this truth to this ‘woke’ generation.”
“When they’re here, they’re immersed in learning the importance of sharing their faith and not being intimidated,”
You will not need a bridge with children if you get down on their level, literally.
“God has put this team together to make a big impact"
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