We have a very strategic church and training center in the heart of Manhattan in the Chelsea District -- but it is serious need of restoration and repair. Would you consider sending a missions team or work team or help in any financial way so we can open the doors of this historic church to the community once again?
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Dr. Bill Jones
Dr. Bill Jones has helped in the establishment of two churches in otherparts of the country and served as Pastor for 14 years. The past few summers, Bill has...
This last weekend a number of pastors convened for the ordination council of Galen Balinski and Andy Woodard. The ordaining church, Manor Community Church, formally called these men to the ministry and installed them to the pastorate after a year...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Paul’s words to the Corinthians about the final resurrection is growing in its place in my heart and mind. “When the perishable puts on the imperishable, and the mortal puts on immortality, then shall come to pass the saying that is...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Andy Woodard completed Bachelors and Masters degrees at Bob Jones University before moving to New York City to serve as Director of Ministry Development at New...
Around ten years ago I riding with my dad in his truck to go to a music lesson, and like every other time, he had the radio turned on to a local talk radio station. One of the segments that came on was a story of a man who had a life threatening...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The topic of church planting models has always interested me, since first becoming aware of the topic several years ago during undergrad. There are several models that get a lot of attention among church planters, some of the more prominent ones...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
I recently returned from a trip down south where I spent several days visiting friends and family. It was a wonderful time to reconnect with many people that I hadn’t seen since moving to New York about eight months ago. During the trip, I...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Today began normally enough. The clock ticked forward from 11:59 pm to 12:00 am then 12:01 am. I was on a roll in my studies. Sermon prep was going well in the “investigate” stage – the stage where you read and scribble things...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Where are the men? According to the ever reliable Wikipedia the ratio of men to women is nearly identical around the world. Looking at basic percentages the numbers are rarely much different than a 49/51 ratio, yet in churches and Christian...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
There are times in the Christian life where things don’t come so easily spiritually. Some would even say that this is the normative experience for the Christian, meaning that the easy times are the exception to the rule. However, often times...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
This last week here at “the mission” has been fairly routine with the exception that Pastor Bill and Galen both are out of town. Pastor Bill went up to Michigan to participate in a churches missions conference and Galen went to Israel!...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
On Saturday, January 24th we had a work team of almost two hundred students, faculty, and staff from The King’s College come and partner with us in a “Day of Service.” Through the tireless efforts of King’s City Engagement...[ abbreviated | read entire ]