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Men in Minstry #1

On April 5, 2011 By

These men were mentioned during this afternoon’s time of “Introductions of church planters and newly attending TLF”

Hector Morrison – Highlands Theological College

Prayer request: renewal of the church in Scotland


Chris Thomas – Amirela, Texas

Redeemer Amarillo


Josh Reiger – Newcastle, England

Prayer […]

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Northern New England

On April 7, 2010 By

Marshall Malone provided an update on the work in Northern New England. You can see the Presbytery’s site here to learn more.  Mr. Malone as well as a few others also offer an export of tea.

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Nick is a church planter in the Savannah, Georgia area. His sermons can be heard here and here as well as a wealth of information that he has produced can be accessed here.

Many know Reverend Batzig from Reformed Forum, Christ the Center or Feeding on Christ. […]

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It has been a great year thus far at Providence PCA in East Lansing, Michigan. We have seen the Lord answer many prayers over the past six months and are greatly encouraged. We are consistently seeing over 50 individuals in worship each week. We have grown in numbers and giving by 20% each of […]

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Another update from a Twin Lake Fellowshipper.

Hope Community Church, PCA, in Jacksonville, Alabama.

The men and women of our core group have spent much of the past several months working on the property that the Lord provided for us in preparation for the beginning of public worship.  We’ve spent many hours cleaning, painting, and […]

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Here is an update by McKay Caston, church planter at Creekstone Church (Atlanta, Ga).

Creekstone Church “to glorify God by helping people come alive to the wonder of the gospel”

McKay Caston and his family moved to Dahlonega, GA, in late July to begin laying the foundations for a new, distinctively grace/Jesus/cross-centered community called […]

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