Our Mission:

Send.

We send church planters into North Texas and support them in their mission to plant new churches to reach the unchurched.

 
 
 
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Why?

Today, the population in North Texas (Collin County and Denton County) is 1.8 million with approximately 216 member churches. Government estimates indicate that in 10 years, our population will increase to 3 million people, which means the need to start 344 churches in the next 12 years to ‘hold our own’… that roughly translates to starting 28.6 new churches per year

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Partners

Send North Texas is a partnership between three organizations.

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Denton baptist association

Denton Baptist Association is a network of diverse, autonomous churches working together to plant new churches, equip and nurture one another, and engage in cooperative ministries for the purpose of fulfilling the Great Commission.

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CBA Church Network

Our strategy is focused on helping churches connect, collaborate, and engage with one another as they help believers become living witnesses through prayer, caring, and sharing the Gospel in the places where people live, work, and play.

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north american mission board

NAMB assists churches with evangelistic church planting strategy, the identification and training of missionaries, chaplains and church planters through the Send Network, and helps churches impact their communities through Send Relief. NAMB accomplishes this by serving in cooperation with churches, associations, state conventions, other national SBC entitles and the Canadian National Baptist Convention. Send North Texas utilizes some of NAMB's resources and systems in our process of discovering, developing and deploying church planters and church planting teams.

 

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I want to find out more…

Find out more about becoming a church planter in North Texas by clicking the button below.