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by Micaiah Irmler | Lead Pastor, Southridge Church We often hear people say that planting a church is “not for the faint of heart. It’s the front lines of ministry. Make sure you’re strong.” Words like this, although well-meant, have left me feeling frustrated and doubtful of my calling, and have made me want to…

​FRESNO—California Southern Baptists led the Southern Baptist Convention in the number of new church plants in 2019 while also recording increased baptisms for the second consecutive year, according to figures released by SBC entities.

Forward, a 3-year-old church plant averaging 50-70 in worship before the COVID-19 shutdown, has seen at least 20 people accept Christ and become involved with the church through its online ministry during the pandemic.

CSBC executive director lays out financial future of Convention

Today, more than 10 years later, Windsor Hills — now called The Hill Church — is back from the brink of collapse.

New church is part of a network reaching out to US Marines

Orange County Association is helping church planters with mentoring and one-on-one assistance.

A church plant in Yuba City refers to its volunteers as “bridge builders”

Three new churches see great results for Christ

Sanctuary Bay has multiple house-churches throughout the Bay Area