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Audio and video files from the 2012 Send North America Conference, held at First Baptist church of Woodstock, Ga. The church planting and evangelism conference was sponsored by the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.

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The Best Practices of a Church Planter's Wife

Tricia Lovejoy. Tricia Lovejoy has seen the highest of highs and the lowest of lows when it comes to being the wife of a driven church planter. Throughout her 17 years in ministry (12 in church planting), she has gained valuable insight into helping other pastors' wives navigate the exciting, intense and challenging journey of church planting. Join her as she shares six of the best practices she embraces to survive and thrive in family and ministry.

50 MINMAY 11
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Preaching and Contextualization

Tony Merida. Drawing on the preaching of Paul, Pastor Tony Merida talks about Christ-centered preaching in the midst of a diverse culture. The seminar focuses on the need to saturate every sermon with the gospel and how to communicate the good news effectively.

48 MINMAY 11
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Church Planting Lessons from Year One

Tony Merida. Pastor Tony Merida shares some of the lessons that he and the leadership have learned in the first year of their church plant, Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, N.C. This church launched Sept. 11, 2012, and now has more than 200 people in corporate worship each week. Subjects considered involve funding, leadership development, small groups, membership, core team philosophy, preaching, developing an international missions and church planting mindset, and clarifying and executing vision.

45 MINMAY 11
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Thinking Like a Missionary

Tom Billings. Most evangelical leaders acknowledge that North America has become a mission field, but few realize how much of a mission field it has become! According to The Association of Religious Data Archives (www.thearda.com): 1) fewer than 1 out of 5 people in the U.S. (only 16.2%) identify themselves as evangelical Protestants; 2) fewer than 1 out of 2 (less than 49%) have any religious identity at all. This seminar looks closely at our changing world and what we, as congregational and associational leaders, can do to lead our churches to be more effective in fulfilling the Great Commission.

54 MINMAY 11
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Panel: How to Be an Effective Sending Church P

Speakers: Tim Dowdy, Dean Sisk and Shane Critser. The North American Mission Board's definition of a sending church is a church that takes responsibility for a new church plant, just as a mother takes responsibility for her child. In this workshop, you will receive practical steps for you to take your next step in the journey to become an effective Sending Church as well as hearing testimonies from two pastors, Dean Sisk of Belle Aire Baptist Church and Tim Dowdy of Eagles Landing Baptist Church, who have led their churches to become effective Sending Churches in different cities of North America.

53 MINMAY 11
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Panel: How to Be an Effective Sending Church P

Rural Church Planting

Terry Dorsett. Though demographic trends show that the population is shifting to more urban areas, nearly 60 million people in North America still live in rural communities with populations under 2,500. Fifty-seven percent of those individuals do not attend church on a regular basis, which reveals that their spiritual condition is not as it should be. Planting new congregations in rural areas is the best way to reach those people. Learn how the Green Mountain Baptist Association in Vermont doubled the number of churches in the least religious state in the U.S. in a decade. Gain practical skills for how those methods can be adjusted to fit the context of your rural situation.

49 MINMAY 11
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Rural Church Planting

Breaking Through Growth Barriers

Stuart Hodges. If your church is currently stuck numerically, you've likely hit a growth barrier. If you're moving forward numerically, chances are you're about to hit a growth barrier. It is possible to break through the barriers that hinder growth in your church, but you've got to know the right questions to ask and the right actions to take. Join Stu Hodges, founder and lead pastor of Waters Edge Church, for a practical look at Breaking Through Growth Barrier. ... what works and what doesn't!

54 MINMAY 11
Comments
Breaking Through Growth Barriers

Ministry Coaching

Steve Kersh. The North American Mission Board in partnership with CoachNet International is investing significantly in the development of skilled and qualified coaches who have a heart and passion for walking alongside others in their ministry. NAMB's Next Level Leadership team has worked to develop a coaching process that focuses on the skills and competencies necessary to become an effective coach as well as helping develop strategies for creating coaching networks. This workshop introduces the different options available through NAMB as you explore the value of coaching within your ministry.

44 MINMAY 11
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Developing a Multiplying Culture in Your Church

Mike McDaniel. The reason most churches don’t multiply is because they see church planting as a program instead of a culture. Church planting is not something you put on a “to do” list. It’s a culture you build in your church. When you create the culture, church planting becomes the natural fruit.

56 MINMAY 11
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Developing a Multiplying Culture in Your Church

Why Jesus in a World Embracing Many Beliefs?

Mary Jo Sharp. Living in a society with many different views about God, why should anyone pick one view over another? This session makes a case for the Christian faith as the view that reasonably addresses the problem of evil.

48 MINMAY 11
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Why Jesus in a World Embracing Many Beliefs?

Latest Episodes

The Best Practices of a Church Planter's Wife

Tricia Lovejoy. Tricia Lovejoy has seen the highest of highs and the lowest of lows when it comes to being the wife of a driven church planter. Throughout her 17 years in ministry (12 in church planting), she has gained valuable insight into helping other pastors' wives navigate the exciting, intense and challenging journey of church planting. Join her as she shares six of the best practices she embraces to survive and thrive in family and ministry.

50 MINMAY 11
Comments
The Best Practices of a Church Planter's Wife

Preaching and Contextualization

Tony Merida. Drawing on the preaching of Paul, Pastor Tony Merida talks about Christ-centered preaching in the midst of a diverse culture. The seminar focuses on the need to saturate every sermon with the gospel and how to communicate the good news effectively.

48 MINMAY 11
Comments
Preaching and Contextualization

Church Planting Lessons from Year One

Tony Merida. Pastor Tony Merida shares some of the lessons that he and the leadership have learned in the first year of their church plant, Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, N.C. This church launched Sept. 11, 2012, and now has more than 200 people in corporate worship each week. Subjects considered involve funding, leadership development, small groups, membership, core team philosophy, preaching, developing an international missions and church planting mindset, and clarifying and executing vision.

45 MINMAY 11
Comments
Church Planting Lessons from Year One

Thinking Like a Missionary

Tom Billings. Most evangelical leaders acknowledge that North America has become a mission field, but few realize how much of a mission field it has become! According to The Association of Religious Data Archives (www.thearda.com): 1) fewer than 1 out of 5 people in the U.S. (only 16.2%) identify themselves as evangelical Protestants; 2) fewer than 1 out of 2 (less than 49%) have any religious identity at all. This seminar looks closely at our changing world and what we, as congregational and associational leaders, can do to lead our churches to be more effective in fulfilling the Great Commission.

54 MINMAY 11
Comments
Thinking Like a Missionary

Panel: How to Be an Effective Sending Church P

Speakers: Tim Dowdy, Dean Sisk and Shane Critser. The North American Mission Board's definition of a sending church is a church that takes responsibility for a new church plant, just as a mother takes responsibility for her child. In this workshop, you will receive practical steps for you to take your next step in the journey to become an effective Sending Church as well as hearing testimonies from two pastors, Dean Sisk of Belle Aire Baptist Church and Tim Dowdy of Eagles Landing Baptist Church, who have led their churches to become effective Sending Churches in different cities of North America.

53 MINMAY 11
Comments
Panel: How to Be an Effective Sending Church P

Rural Church Planting

Terry Dorsett. Though demographic trends show that the population is shifting to more urban areas, nearly 60 million people in North America still live in rural communities with populations under 2,500. Fifty-seven percent of those individuals do not attend church on a regular basis, which reveals that their spiritual condition is not as it should be. Planting new congregations in rural areas is the best way to reach those people. Learn how the Green Mountain Baptist Association in Vermont doubled the number of churches in the least religious state in the U.S. in a decade. Gain practical skills for how those methods can be adjusted to fit the context of your rural situation.

49 MINMAY 11
Comments
Rural Church Planting

Breaking Through Growth Barriers

Stuart Hodges. If your church is currently stuck numerically, you've likely hit a growth barrier. If you're moving forward numerically, chances are you're about to hit a growth barrier. It is possible to break through the barriers that hinder growth in your church, but you've got to know the right questions to ask and the right actions to take. Join Stu Hodges, founder and lead pastor of Waters Edge Church, for a practical look at Breaking Through Growth Barrier. ... what works and what doesn't!

54 MINMAY 11
Comments
Breaking Through Growth Barriers

Ministry Coaching

Steve Kersh. The North American Mission Board in partnership with CoachNet International is investing significantly in the development of skilled and qualified coaches who have a heart and passion for walking alongside others in their ministry. NAMB's Next Level Leadership team has worked to develop a coaching process that focuses on the skills and competencies necessary to become an effective coach as well as helping develop strategies for creating coaching networks. This workshop introduces the different options available through NAMB as you explore the value of coaching within your ministry.

44 MINMAY 11
Comments
Ministry Coaching

Developing a Multiplying Culture in Your Church

Mike McDaniel. The reason most churches don’t multiply is because they see church planting as a program instead of a culture. Church planting is not something you put on a “to do” list. It’s a culture you build in your church. When you create the culture, church planting becomes the natural fruit.

56 MINMAY 11
Comments
Developing a Multiplying Culture in Your Church

Why Jesus in a World Embracing Many Beliefs?

Mary Jo Sharp. Living in a society with many different views about God, why should anyone pick one view over another? This session makes a case for the Christian faith as the view that reasonably addresses the problem of evil.

48 MINMAY 11
Comments
Why Jesus in a World Embracing Many Beliefs?
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