Planting in homes

Romans 16:5  also greet the church that is in their house.

Quincy Plant

Quincy Plant

One of the areas of emphasis God has given the C2C family over the next few years is “extension through mission and breakthroughs.”  One of the ways we have begun to see movement in this mandate is new missional plants in homes.  We have seen four new groups planted in new cities during the past year.

Wichita Plant

Wichita Plant

 

Columbia MO,  lead by D’Markus and Gabrie Thomas-Brown

Tucson AZ, lead by Rich and Janet Markenson

Wichita KS, lead by Ed and Connie Daniels

Quincy IL, lead by Jermaine and Maria Talton

Columbia Plant

Columbia Plant

 

 

 

Tucson Plant

Tucson Plant

Please keep these groups in your thoughts and prayers!

 

 

Making Plans for the C2C Fall Conference in Casper WY

Pittsburg Elders are getting the word out and making plans for a road trip to the C2C Fall Conference in Casper WY, August 26-28.  Here is their commercial.  Everybody get the word out, ROAD TRIP!!!!!!

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International Team meeting and Nordic Conference

International Team Meeting

Doug and Denise Kreighbaum, Justin Limmer, and Danny Dunn had the opportunity in May to attend the International Team Meeting as well as the Nordic Conference of Salt and Light in Vasteras Sweden.  The International Team is made up of 14 leaders from 11 different nations.  These leaders have apostolic responsibility for all the Salt […]

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Breaking two extremes of the Missionary Mystique

Missionary Mystique 1

The “Missionary Mystique” is a wrong perspective of missions that often works against God’s desire for His people.   What is the missionary mystique?  The word “mystique” means a special quality or air that makes somebody or something appear mysterious (special) or elusive.  When the average Christian hears the words “missions” or “missionary” it often carries […]

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Reports from the Equipping Evangelist Summit

Evangelist Eddie and Jim expressing in the natural the nature of their walk in the Spirit

The Equipping Evangelist Summit was held April 10-12 in Odessa Mo.   We are so fortunate to have long time recognized Ephesian’s 4 evangelist like Glenn Middleton and Jim Morgan among our C2C family equipping the saints to share the gospel.   There was a tremendous release of the heart of Jesus the Evangelist and […]

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Standing publically in the midst of opposition

Jim Morgan

Heb 10:32-34 MSG Remember those early days after you first saw the light? Those were the hard times!  33  Kicked around in public, targets of every kind of abuse–some days it was you, other days your friends.  34…If some enemies broke in and seized your goods, you let them go with a smile, knowing they […]

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Warm Weather Missions

neighborhood missions

One of the three things we believe God is wanting us to emphasize among the C2C family in the next few years is “Extension through missional ventures and Spiritual breakthroughs.”  As the warm weather seasons are upon us there are unique opportunities for our everyday missions. We must remember that discipleship, meetings, and mission are […]

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Missions in Columbia MO

D'Markus Thomas Brown is leading the plant

We from the C2C family believe God is directing us to emphasize three things during the next few years. 1. Extension through missional ventures and spiritual breakthroughs. 2. An increasing desire for and proficiency  moving in God’s supernatural power. 3. An increasing emphasis in Apostolic prayer. One recent missional venture is a church plant forming in Columbia […]

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Need for Penetration and Revival in the Muslim World

The global population of the Muslim world in growing rapidly.  The following is a presentation of that growth and a call for prayer and action for the penetration of the Gospel of Jesus in the Islamic world.  Lets pray and see what the Lord would do!  

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39 Hours of Prayer at Life Church

House of Prayer

This past weekend (Life Church) completed a continuous 39-hour prayer meeting, and it was a terrific time together in the presence of the Lord. Over a year ago, some of us attended the Salt & Light leadership conference in Oxford  and we were impacted by one of the speakers, Peter Creig. He was one of […]

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