Church planting is deep in the heart of InFaith’s DNA. From our beginnings as the American Sunday School Union through our time as the American Missionary Fellowship, InFaith has always focused on creating Christ-following communities across the United States. This week, I had the opportunity to speak with some church planters, consultants, and denominational leaders about how InFaith helps serve and support new ministries. Did you know that InFaith provides comprehensive resources to help establish church plants? From support raising to payroll solutions and from IT services, communications coaching, and pastoral care, InFaith is a ministry that serves pastors and lay leaders alike by freeing them up from administrative details to do the important work of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and building relationships.
All pastors experience tension when there is a difference between the things they want to do and the things they need to do. For many pastors, administrative and organizational priorities are necessities but not areas of core competence. This is often true for entrepreneurial evangelists who have a heart for telling people about Jesus but not so much for nonprofit corporate governance. InFaith has a team of Christian professionals whose call it is to serve these emerging leaders and the ministries they serve. Will you consider supporting our efforts? Our pastoral care team alone is regularly deployed to serve missionaries and pastors in the most difficult of circumstances. Maybe you serve a church that needs the kind of administrative, organizational assistance that InFaith provides? Maybe you want to start a new work? Please reach out to me through InFaith.org and we can discuss how InFaith can serve your congregation.