Calling Church Planters, Missionaries and Those Who Care About the Church in the 21st Century

church-planter-missionary-576x180I want to talk to you. . .

Not just any of you. I know that sounds rude…

I really want to talk to those of you who are interested in effective church planting and missions for the 21st century. And I really, really want to talk with those of you who want to be effective in church ministry that is primarily anchored in prayer and worship.

If you have vision for leading a community of Christ followers in the United States or in another nation. . .

If you have a heart for ministry but need to keep a job to support your family (BIVO is OK!). . .

If you would like to spend the better part of a day having a conversation about reconstructing the Church for the 21st century. . .

If you would like to know more about S.C.O.P.E. – Simple Communities of Prayer and Expansion. . .

Mark your calendars and join me on the bay (see view below) in Avalon, NJ on April 25th, 2015 from 9am to 3pm (lunch included).

If you are interested in coming, email me at: (FIRST 10 GET IN!)

Please, share this with your friends!



About Rich Stevenson

Rich is the Executive Director of The Malachi Network (, a ministry focused on making the name of the LORD great among the nations. This network serves young leaders in missions and church planting. Prior to his present ministry, Rich pastored in Southern New Jersey, planted a church in Wilmore, KY, established a network of churches, served as an adjunct professor at Asbury College and was a senior leader at The International House of Prayer in Kansas City, MO as well as The International House of Prayer in Atlanta, GA. Rich is the author of two books: Secrets of the Spiritual Life—10 Lessons from the One Thing Passages (Baker Books, 2003) A Voice from Home—The Words You Long to Hear from Your Father (WaterBrook Press, 2005) He graduated from Asbury College in 1984 with a BA degree in Philosophy of Religion and Asbury Theological Seminary in 1987 with a Master of Divinity degree. In 2010, Rich received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Union Biblical Seminary in Yangon, Myanmar. Rich has been married to Tania since 1982 and they have been blessed by amazing children: Zachary and his wife Meghan, Jacob and his wife Lena, Jessica and Corrie Emma.
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2 Responses to Calling Church Planters, Missionaries and Those Who Care About the Church in the 21st Century

  1. I am very interested, Rich. I serve the plant of IHOP-LI and a community called Sanctuary that is an incubator for Kingdom Missions on Long Island. Both are conducive to worship filled prayer as its core. love, t

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