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THERE IS A KINGDOM-MOVEMENT TAKING PLACE IN NORTH AMERICA.
Churches of all sizes, and from all backgrounds, are sending and supporting the efforts of church planting in the places of greatest need. The Send Network (of the North American Mission Board) is designed to help churches like ours to partner with planters in locations throughout North America.
Sending Churches and Supporting Churches are key to a church plant’s success. It is vital that church plants have a Sending Church to walk closely with them through the challenges of planting, and every planting team needs Supporting Churches to help by praying, participating and providing.
Our Main Fundraiser each year for the NAMB is the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering. Below is a short video about that fundraiser...
WE ARE A SUPPORTING CHURCH
Warsaw Baptist Church is currently partnering as a Supporting Church with Jason Hampton's church plant
Refuge Bible Church, in Indianapolis, Indiana. We provide yearly financial and prayer support as a church body.
This year, instead of giving to church plants in general through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering, we are encouraging our church individuals and families to consider supporting Refuge Bible Church specifically through a one-time or monthly donation. You can do so online through their giving page here.
— OR —
by check to:
REFUGE BIBLE CHURCH
2273 S Hunter Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46239
(if you would rather/also give to the North American Mission Board, you can do so online at namb.net/give)
WE ARE ALSO A HOST CHURCH:
In keeping with the spirit of Acts 2:44-45 and Acts 4:32, and in recognition of the Genesis 12:2 truth that we have been blessed by God to bless others, Warsaw Baptist Church began hosting our brothers and sisters from Gallatin Community Church in April 2020.
GCC planted in our county in July of 2016. We have been in support of their calling to the community from day one, primarily through prayer and encouragement, and we have praised Jesus while witnessing the mighty way in which they have been used by God to reach more and more of our community for the Kingdom.
In an effort to give them a larger meeting space than their former, rented location; and to enable them to more quickly achieve their "Heart For The House" vision to build their own permanent church home, we have committed to share our building with them for this season.
This is in line with our commitments to church planting and radical hospitality that we see evidenced in the Scriptures and lived out by the Church for many generations. This also works in agreement with "Item XIV. Cooperation" from our Baptist Faith & Message.
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