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The world is the common denominator that links all the ministries of Semihan Church.
Refugees from all over the world, speaking two hundred or more languages, flooding to the Triangle area of Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, North Carolina, find in The Point International a place they belong, together.
Combat veteran Chad Hesler uses his military training as he pastors Canyon Ferry Road Baptist Church, where about one hundred people participate in Sunday morning worship.
After some months of seeking the Lord, Charles and Stefanie put their “Yes on the table” and began asking the Lord to guide them to where He wanted them to plant a church.
About thirty people attend Sunday morning worship at Quartzsite Baptist Church in the summer, but that number swells to as many as three hundred on any given Sunday in the winter.
The church reaches a broad cross-section of tribal groups, with the assignment of carrying the Gospel to all the state’s reservations.
Calvary Baptist Church

Calvary Baptist Church in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, doubled the seating capacity in its worship center when it relocated to a site more visible from State Highway 95, a main thoroughfare. Photos courtesy of Calvary Baptist Church.

It’s not just by chance that Calvary Baptist Church has grown from fewer than one hundred to more than two thousand in worship each week, said the church’s pastor.

Pastor Chad Garrison cited the church’s “extreme mission focus” plus “God’s enabling” for its growth during the twenty-five years he has served as pastor of Calvary in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. He noted that the church is healthy because its members have been “empowered to do what God calls them to do.”

“We just encourage people to influence their communities, friends, affinity groups, and we help them do that in big ways and small ways,” Garrison said. “It’s ...

Arlington had changed dramatically, but Fielder Church was still white—and declining. The pastor knew the church had to change as well, if it was going to survive.
Community Baptist Church in Maylene, Alabama, is served by a full complement of six bivocational leaders to minister to the congregation, to the larger community, and to each of the bivocational leaders’ workplaces.
The SBC Cooperative Program Allocation Budget is totally dependent on the support of two sets of Baptist bodies.