God calls all of us to have a role in and be a part of global missions. We are participants in the bigger story, in God’s plan to bring redemption to all peoples. But where can you start? How can you join in?
Through Sending at The Village, we plant churches and reach the unreached with the gospel of Jesus Christ, and we want to send you or help you send others.
How We Plant Churches
God has determined the exact time and place in which we live, work and play for His glory (Acts 17:26). We steward our resources well and spread the gospel further when we build up healthy, gospel-centered churches. We multiply the kingdom by planting these churches, whose people can continue the good work of making God known and enjoyed in DFW and beyond.
But how do we do it? We send out church planters. We partner with existing churches. We resource.
We desire to see the gospel multiplied and seek to use the multi-site model as a strategy for church planting. Through Multiply, we plan to transition our remaining campuses into autonomous churches by 2022.
Through our Sending Program, we equip and send church planters and missionaries to reach the unreached with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
For church planters, the program is developmental in nature and will prepare men in both the theological “whys” and practical “how-tos” of church leadership before launching them into pastoral ministry and church planting.
We team up with organizations like Acts 29, where Matt currently sits as president, and the DFW Church Planting Network to help plant churches that plant churches.
We provide financial coaching and curriculum support to various church plants throughout the year, as needs are brought to us.
You have a role in global missions and you are called to be a part of it. How will you join in God’s story?
Discover your role in reaching the unreached in Go 101 or on a Go Trip.
Support church planters and missionaries financially or join in God’s work among the nations through Go Trips.
Go through the Sending Program and be sent as a missionary or church planter.