Packing Up to Start a Church

Soon after Rufino and his family became Christians, this family in Honduras decided to move from La Guacamaya to a new city. But it didn’t take long for them to have to move again. In fact, they had to move back to La Guacamaya. Why the sudden change? They realized that their friends and family…

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Planting Seeds

Jorge, a farmer in Honduras, knows a thing or two about planting seeds — including the seeds of the Gospel. Through your support, he received training for starting new churches and, after much prayer and mentoring from his pastor, started a church in the community of San Jerónimo. “At first they did not want to…

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It’s Hard to “Do” Church Differently…

…particularly when you have “done” church the same way for many years. There is safety and comfort in tradition. Why start a new church when this one works just fine? That was how Pastor Freddy Murillo’s church was feeling. However, Freddy and other leaders felt called to reach more than just “their” people with the…

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Something Special is Happening Here

In Honduras, a clear, renewed vision for church starting reenergizes Pastor Wilmer’s passion for accomplishing Jesus’ Great Commission. It had been a struggle lately for Pastor Wilmer’s denomination to intentionally take up the vision of starting new churches that have the same DNA and can multiply themselves. So, it was back to the basics, working…

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