Our passion is to be on mission with the Church to reach EVERYETHNĒ in North America through a disciple-making movement that multiplies leaders and churches. We desire to partner with churches to identify and own the lostness of their culturally, socially, and religiously diverse communities, so that every man, woman, and child has repeated opportunities to hear, see, and respond to the Gospel.
Churches Planting Churches for the Gospel Saturation of every man, woman, and child
We believe planting churches that keep Gospel saturation at the center of their purpose and vision is vital to this initiative. Our role is to serve and encourage existing local churches to either identify a leader from within or be introduced to a pre-qualified church planter through our leadership network to start a new Gospel community. From there, we ensure that every prospective church planter has everything they need to succeed. We have developed strategic partnerships with experts to fully assess, resource, train, coach, and care for every planter to plant the Gospel among the 70% of our population that is non-religious and has no affiliation with a faith community. We want to see new churches emerge from the harvest that will multiply disciples, leaders, and churches to reach EVERYETHNĒ in North America.
We invite you to consider planting in partnership with EVERYETHNĒ or becoming a sending church that sends out leaders to reach your community.
Church Planting Pipeline
EVERYETHNĒ Church Planters
Chris & Kaitlin Brown are church planters in Ferguson, Missouri. Both went to Bible College for four years and graduated, Kaitlin with an Elementary Education degree and Chris with a Pastoral Theology degree. Shortly after Graduation the two were married. The House of the Lord church has been going on for 3 months now and the church is running 25 people. More families from out state will be joining the church plant so if you can pray for Chris and Kaitlin they would appreciate it.
Learn more about The House of the Lord Church.
Brennan and Kathleen Coughlin are church planters in Trenton, New Jersey. After eleven years teaching history in New Jersey public schools, Brennan felt called to full-time ministry. Brennan and Kathleen moved with their four children to Trenton to start a church in the capital city. The church began with a team of twenty in 2015, with worship services being held in a living room. Eight months later, the church outgrew the space to
worship at the Trenton War Memorial.
Learn more about Fellowship Capital City.
ABWE North America and the EVERYETHNĒ initiative have partnered with Church Planter Profiles to help potential church planters discern their aptitude and readiness for church planting quickly and easily in an online environment.
The free “Initial Screening Assessment” assesses your readiness in the areas of:
Church Planting Experience
Start Initial Assessment
Church Planter Grant
EVERYETHNĒ is eager to partner with you to plant a church focused on reaching people who are far from God. We offer church planters two options, a Church Planter Team Member and a Church Planter Partner.
Apply to be a Church Planter
EVERYETHNĒ develops leaders! For many church planters, the best “next step” on the road to launching a new church is to engage in a residency program at a local church that actively reproduces disciples, leaders and churches. The practical experience gained from a 6–12 month residency is vital to gain the skills necessary to effectively start and lead a church.
To help you engage in this process, EVERYETHNĒ offers a Residency Grant of up to $500 per month for up to 12 months. We also help you develop a financial strategy to support yourself during the residency experience.
Apply for a Residency Grant