The latest report on church attendance in the U.S. shows that only 17.5% of the American population attends a church on any given Sunday. Also, there are only 139,791 evangelical churches in the U.S. With the American population now over 300 million, that means there is only one church for every 2,200 people. This means that if every American showed up for church on Sunday morning, there would not be enough seats to hold them." Our conclusion is - we need more churches.
Without the church, the world has no hope. The local church is God's redemptive plan until Christ returns. We believe that the best way to make disciples is through partnering with gospel-centered churches and through the planting of new churches by biblically qualified pastors.
We are regionally focused and geographically based. We desire to see every man, woman and child in our state exposed to the gospel of Jesus Christ. While some networks focus only on the cities, our context demands that we see the gospel planted not only in the cities, but also in the suburbs, small towns, rural areas, mountains and coastal regions of the southeastern United States.
Every Man, Woman, and Child in the Southeast will have repeated opportunities to see, hear and respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the mobilized “Church” in our region.
Multiplying the work of the gospel through making disciples as we gather in regional communities, train and equip leaders, re-mission existing churches, and plant new churches across the Southeastern United States and beyond.