After serving with the International Mission Board for three years in Bangladesh, South Asia, my family and I returned to our local church in Raleigh, Treasuring Christ Church, where I’m now the international church planting resident.
by Justin Perry
In May 2009, our family was sent out of North Wake Church with the hopes of planting a local church in Tampa, Florida.
My name is Zach Mullis, and my wife (Emillie) and I both graduated from SEBTS in December 2013 (she with her M.A. in Christian studies and I with my M.Div. in Christian ministry). Back in February of this year, I began to pastor The Gathering Place Wardville in Pineville, Louisiana, which is a plant out of Emillie's home church, from which she came to SEBTS.
I am Pastor Ron Aldridge and am currently serving in a new church plant in Charleston, Missouri after serving in Pittsboro, North Carolina for 15 years. We began this new church after feeling that God was calling us to reach the “down-and-outs” in this area (that no one else really wanted). It has been a struggle.
Greetings from Ecuador,
My name is Mat Kountz and I am a SEBTS alumnus and missionary in Ecuador with my wife Amy and our four children Will, Lina, Jude and Oli. We work here training current pastors as well as working to train new pastors and missionaries to reach into Ecuador and beyond with the gospel of Christ.
by Matt Felton
A few months ago, I moved with my family to Northern Virginia, where we will take a year of preparation to plant a new church somewhere in the Washington, D.C. metro. Previously, I served for six and a half years as an associate preaching pastor at Henderson Hills Baptist Church, just north of Oklahoma City, and over the last year we’ve excitedly wrestled with the prospect of planting “back East.”
By: Meredith Cook
How and where you are serving
I recently moved to Houston with my husband, Keelan, for him to take a job with the Union Baptist Association. I currently work for the International Mission Board as a content editor.
By: Ben Neiser
MEET THE NEISERS:
The Neisers are a missionary family that responded to the call of God to bring the Gospel to the least reached city and campus in North America. Provo, Utah is only 0.5 percent evangelical.
By: Adam Muhtaseb
I often get the question, “Why in the world would you go there?” Whenever I inform someone that I am planting a church with a team from Imago Dei Church in the middle of Baltimore city, their replies and questions are varied, yet strangely, fairly consistent.