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This church appears to have been raised up by the labours of Jesse Peter, a black preacher of very respectable talents, and an amiable character. It was constituted in 1793, by elders Abraham Marshall and David Tinsley. Jesse Peter, sometimes called Jesse Golfin, on account of his master’s name, continued the pastor of this church...
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By KudzuVine – Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=7434093 The origin of this church, according to Rippon’s Register and Holcombe’s Repository, was in the following manner. About the beginning of the American war, George Leile, sometimes called George Sharp, but more commonly known among his brethren and friends by the name of brother George, began to...
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As a pastor I am always interested in church growth. I think many might ask how does our church compare in attendance to other churches. This is also important as I teach young missionaries about church planting. How large should we build that first auditorium? How many should we expect in attendance? So here are...
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You need to read this article in the Wall Street Journal. The article shows the number of people who boldly proclaimed themselves to be “nones” or unbelievers in anything. The need for church planting is real. The need for sharing our faith is real. The portion of U.S. adults who don’t identify with any religious...
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This video was an introduction to the Our Generation Summit several years ago but still carries a great deal of truth. What is the Mission of the Church from Our Generation on Vimeo. Check out Vision Baptist Church.
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