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Our Vision

To see every church within Pennsylvania/South Jersey become a healthy multiplying church

ABOVE and BEYOND

We are always going ABOVE and BEYOND to serve pastors, planters, and churches.

BOLD and BRAVE

We are always BOLD and BRAVE in trying new and innovative things.

CAPABLE and CREDIBLE

We are a CAPABLE and CREDIBLE team

DETERMINED and DECISIVE

We are DETERMINED and DECISIVE to be the best for our King!

Healthy Mission

Our mission is to help you multiply at every level. We want disciples who make new disciples, ministries that birth new ministries, leaders who replicate new leaders, and churches that plant new churches. We believe that this mission flows directly from the Great Commission in Matthew 28.

Baptist Resource Network seeks to help and encourage our churches to reach the 14 million people in our region who are lost without faith in Jesus Christ.

What is our focus?

Leadership Development: Ensuring the Next Generation

Leadership Development is the deliberate and systematic activity by church leaders to purposely influence and develop others to become leaders within the Body of Christ. Every church needs leaders, especially for its future. The Kingdom needs leaders to advance the gospel around the world. Leadership development expands the capacity of individual Christ-­followers to assume leadership roles within the Body of Christ, both locally and globally.

Biblical References: Ephesians 4: 11-­‐12, 2 Timothy 2:2

Intentional Discipleship: Making Disciples Who Make Disciples

Intentional Discipleship is developing spiritual maturity within Christ-­followers through deliberate learning and accountability in peer-­to-­peer relationships and/or small groups. Intentional discipleship brings the Bible to life in Christ-­followers, and what they learn moves from their heads, to their hands, then to their hearts, as it translates into habits that produce growth (spiritual maturity) in their lives. Further, through intentional discipleship, the disciple becomes a disciple-maker who leads others to become and know how to follow Christ.

Biblical References: Matthew 4:19, Matthew 28:20

Missional Engagement: Reaching the Lost

Missional Engagement is defined as God’s people (Christ-­‐followers and His Church) taking the good news (gospel) of Jesus Christ to a world that is separated from a relationship with a Holy and Eternal God. Engaging people missionally with the gospel involves the church going out to people rather than just reaching out and/or expecting the people to come to them.

Biblical References: Matthew 28:19, Mark 16:15, Acts 1:8

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