April 16, 2019

Does it make sense to plant new churches that are close in proximity to one another?

Does it make sense to plant a new congregation that is in the same community as its sending church?

Is this wise?

Won't these churches be competing to reach the same people?

Couldn't th...

April 28, 2018

Along with serving as a pastor-elder at Calvary Englewood, one of the great joys in my life is being able to help serve the Calvary Family of Churches. The CFC is a family network of churches committed to planting and revitalizing congregations for the glory of God. We...

April 24, 2018

Last month I was blessed to be part of a conference on church planting at Gateway Seminary. My topic dealt with how to move from being a church that talks about church planting to becoming a church that actually plants churches.

In this talk I share some of the key...

March 31, 2017

Excited to announce the launch of NONIGNORABLE.ORG! 

This site has been developed to share ministry resources from the Calvary Family of Churches. We will be adding new content regularly on this site and are praying the Lord will use this to help equip and encourage man...

October 10, 2016

​​As a church planter, my greatest joy in ministry and mission is seeing God save and change people by His grace and for His glory. I love watching Jesus rescue people, who were once really far away from God in their sin, but now by grace, through faith in Christ, are...

October 3, 2016

The Calvary Family of Churches has published our very first book together, and you can get a FREE digital copy TODAY through Amazon!

We can only offer this giveaway from Oct 2nd - 6th, so make sure to download your copy today!

Get it HERE

This resource was written and pro...

August 14, 2016

River of Life Baptist Church in Cokeville, Wyoming was a small, but vibrant church doing solid Kingdom ministry in a community of 550 people, that is predominately influenced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  The church had an average attendance of 1...

August 11, 2016

One of the primary sources of frustration for church leaders, boards, and especially young leaders, is the inability to recognize who, and where, they really are. I believe church planters and church leaders experience growth, pain, and opportunities through different...

August 9, 2016

One of the primary sources of frustration for leaders, boards, and especially young leaders is the inability to recognize who, and where, they really are. I believe church planters and church leaders experience growth, pain, and opportunities through different phases....

August 8, 2016

Most churches don’t experience explosive growth or seasons of massive multiplication. In fact, usually when churches do grow in that way, it is marked by a great deal of transfer growth, or/and a highly gifted leader which is rarely reproducible.

I am extremely grateful...

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