God is the most glorious reality in the entire universe, and He deserves all our praise. Indeed, God deserves all the praise of every single person on the face of the earth. He is infinitely holy, just, righteous, loving, gracious, merciful, sovereign, and good. And so God is infinitely worthy of worship.
Why do we plant Churches?
Church planting exists ultimately to bring about this worship of our great and glorious God. We want to see individuals from every people group on the planet worshiping and following Jesus in the context of a local church. Indeed, the risen Christ commanded us to take up this very task—to “go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all” that he commanded (Matthew 28:19-20). We are commanded by the Lord of heaven and earth to preach the gospel, gather His people into local bodies of believers, and instruct them in the ways of Christ, thereby bringing glory, honor, and praise to our God. And by God’s grace, as we seek to obey Christ’s words, we have the guarantee of His presence. Jesus will be with us “always, to the end of the age” (Matthew 28:20).
How are we planting churches?
In order to carry out this Great Commission of Christ, the Church at Brook Hills has committed to training and investing in men equipped for the task. We are persuaded by God’s Word that the best context for the training of God’s people to fulfill God’s mission is the local church. God in his grace has so gifted the church with evangelists, pastors, and teachers that His bride is able to “equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ” (Eph. 4:11-13). By God’s design the church is uniquely suited to provide training that combines practical ministry with serious biblical and theological study in the context of true discipleship.
Brook Hills Church Plants
In light of these truths, we seek to train biblically qualified men—men of sufficient calling, character, and competency—to plant churches locally and globally. We are preparing men and their families to be sent out in the to locations both domestic and international. We invite you to listen to their stories, hear their hearts, and, as God’s Spirit leads, partner with them in taking the gospel to the world.
God is calling His people to glorify his name and to make disciples of Christ among all peoples. We as a church are committed to this task and are embarking on a journey to engage the Arundo* in North Africa…Read more
Kansas City is the 29th largest metro area in the United States with a population of just over 2.1 million people. The city is growing rapidly and has added over 132,000 in population over the last 2 years. Our focus area will be a suburban city in northeast Johnson County, KS (Prairie Village, KS). So, why does Kansas City need a church plant?…Read more
East Asia is home to the largest population in the world (over 1.5 billion people). Within this huge population are hundreds of different people groups, languages and cultures. One of these people groups is the Hui. The Hui live in rural and urban areas all over East Asia; yet, most have little to no access to the gospel…Read more
In the Seattle area approximately 90% of the city’s population does not attend a church of any kind. Less than 4% belong to an evangelical faith community. Yet, many people subscribe to a form of spirituality. Some of the more popular practices include eastern mysticism, Wicca, New Age spirituality, and Mormonism.Read more
New York City proper is composed of five boroughs (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island) with a population of roughly nine million people. However, the New York metropolitan area, which includes portions of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut, has an estimated population of nearly 22 million people... Read more
God is calling His people to glorify His name and to make disciples of Jesus Christ among all peoples. We as a church are committed to this task and are embarking on a journey to engage this people living in Central Asia and around the world. Our hearts are drawn to this people because of their deep spiritual darkness... Read more