Info on church plant...

Just blogging to let everyone who is interested know that Dallas, Damon, and I are all thinking about a name for our new church. If you have any suggestions, please comment on this blog or email me.

When we get this name, we'll get a website and email going. As soon as that happens, we will begin regular updates of how this church plant is moving along.

For right now, Dallas and I are getting ready for a week-long trip to Seattle, Houston, Lafayette, and then back home. Seattle is for the Acts29 Network Boot Camp that will help us look at some hard questions about church planting. Houston is to meet with the elders of Ecclesia, that Dallas's church and his elders are involved in this as much as the Grove elders are. Lafayette to meet with the elders of Trinity Bible Church, we both have history there and hopefully, they will adopt our church in a way that will help us not be so constrained by cashflow. This is all happening in a week!

One more thing: Kristy and I are moving to Lafayette in April. We have just moved in with her parents for three months to save up some money to hopefully put a downpayment towards a house in Lafayette. They are great people and I'm looking forward to hanging with them.

Please pray for the trip, the move, and the name of the church. I would appreciate it.

5 comments:

Nelson said...

How 'bout the mustard seed? Seed for church planting, mustard seed for faith?

Ok..that's a gay name. Nevermind.

Kent said...

How about D&D Power House of Prayer.... lol..that sounds like dungeons and dragons gone religious or almost like IHOP. But seriously, I'll be thinking creatively towards something for y'all.

Ro said...

How about "Mi Casa Es Su Casa"...
or...
"The Journey"
or...
"The Grove"?
...

ok! I'll quit!

-ro-

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bob hyatt said...

hey! Thanks for the link to evergreen... very cool! have we met??? :)