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Stoneham planter, Steve Brown, featured on NAMB.net

Published on NAMB.net (September 13, 2012) – click here for the original post From Hurricane to Fenway Park Sara Shelton is a writer for the North American Mission Board and covers the Northeast Region. By Sara Shelton North American Mission Board God has a history of using a variety of means to move His followers […]

Interview with Boston Church Planter Curtis Cook

Cambridge (Hope Fellowship) – Welcome to Hope Fellowship, one of our most mature church plants thanks in large part to Curtis Cook and the team God called to this area in 2003. With its incredible proximity to Harvard,  MIT and thousands of students, Hope has steadily and consistently been ministering the Gospel, and by God’s […]

NAMB.net: Boston Planter, Dunn, Commissioned at N.C. Annual Meeting

Published on NAMB.net  November, 2012 NAMB Commissions Missionaries During N.C. Annual Meeting By Sara Shelton GREENSBORO, N.C. – The North American Mission Board commissioned 20 missionary units in conjunction with the North Carolina Baptist Convention’s annual meeting. The event took place at the Greensboro Coliseum. Following the commissioning NAMB President Kevin Ezell preached the convention […]

End-of-the-Year Party a huge blessing

Boston Church Planting End-of-the-year Party 2012 from Boe Ellis on Vimeo. WATERTOWN, MA – Church planting in Boston is a family affair. Praise the Lord the family is growing, as more then 200 planters, wives and kids were in attendance for the third-annual Boston Church Planting  End-of-the-Year Party on November 30, 2012 in Watertown. “This […]

Boston mayor, Menino, threatens to blackball Chick-Fil-A

The article below was published on July 21, 2012 by Denny Burk at www.dennyburk.com [clear /] Chick-fil-a and the Irony of the Tolerance Police by Denny Burk on JULY 21, 2012 in CHRISTIANITY, NEWS, POLITICS [clear /] The irony of the tolerance police never ceases to amaze me. Perhaps you’ve heard about their latest sting operation aimed at Chick-fil-a. It all began earlier this […]