Church Planting

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Mityana Full Gospel Church is looking forward to planting churches in unreached areas. We have  so far planted two churches in places where  the spiritual needs seems to be high.
We are passionate and greatly committed to the Great commission of making disciples (Matt 28:19)  to plant new Churches.
The vigorous, continual planting of new Churches a crucial strategy for reaching every unreached people group while providing for the spiritual and numerical growth of the body of Christ especially for the new believers, it is at these New Church plants that new believes find a new family, encouragement, corporate worship and discipleship class.
Its our commitment to continue planting Churches that Plant Churches

In Matthew: 28:19-20, Jesus commands us to go and make disciples of all nations and teach them to do all that Jesus Commanded us to do. The Greatest gift man can ever get on this earth is SALVATION. We do this in many ways and one of them is to plant churches in areas where Jesus Christ has not been preached and also in areas where there are no churches.

Church Planting and building; In Romans 15: 20-21, Apostle Paul discouraged the idea of planting a local church where another local church already existed. He encouraged church planting in areas where Jesus Christ has never been preached. It worked very well for him and his team and many local churches were planted in different regions. TRAINING OF PASTORS AND CHURCH LEADERS All Pastors and other church leaders must be trained, both in fundamental Biblical teachings and in leadership. However, the majority of such pastors that are called to serve in the rural areas are not educated and do not always speak the common languages. These take special care. New lessons must be developed and translated into their respective languages.

We ask you to pray for this business of converting and discipling, because a true church is composed of disciples but not just converts.


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