It’s All His

By Ron Kelley

Many believe that money and our faith—even the mere discussion of them—are two things that do not mix well. The perception is that money leads the believer to spiritual destruction. As with any subject matter, we must …

Spotlight Interview with Jeff Belcher

By Prestonwood Network Staff

Prestonwood Network: How did God call you and your family to the Baltimore area to plant Church of the Harbor?

Jeff Belcher: I began leading worship while I was in college, and ended up serving as …

Spotlight Interview: Steven Lee

By Prestonwood Network Staff

Prestonwood Network: Share with us about your call to ministry and to church planting.

Steven Lee: God graciously saved me in the 10th grade and gave me a passion to share with everyone who I

Receiving and Utilizing Mission Teams

By Curtis Cook

If you talk with church planters about missions teams from other churches, you will often get mixed feedback. Some planters love them and are eager to use them, and others try to avoid them at all costs. …

Importance of Community Outreach

By Jason Snyder

What is your church’s growth strategy? Do you have one? Unfortunately, for some church leaders, by default the strategy becomes “We hope we get some visitors this week.” As church leaders, in many ways, the growth of …

The Why of Camp

By Zac Hufty

It was June 14, 1990, in the middle of the Ozarks in central Missouri. I was 7 years old, attending a youth camp where my dad was leading worship. Sitting in the back row with my mom …

2015 National Day of Prayer

By Prestonwood Network Staff

The 64th annual National Day of Prayer, May 7, 2015, will have profound significance for our country.  It is an unprecedented opportunity to see the Lord’s healing and renewing power made manifest as we call on …

Sending Mission Teams: Commitment and Discipleship Through Mission

The Prestonwood Young Singles Ministry has been sending mission teams to Boston for over seven years to serve alongside Hope Fellowship Church.  Through the years we have poured time, effort, money, and manpower into the Greater Boston area.  That outpouring …

Utilizing Mission Teams: A Costly Yet Beneficial Kingdom Investment

If you talk with church planters about mission teams, you will often get mixed feedback. Some planters love them and are eager to use them, and others try to avoid them at all costs. During our church’s 10-year history, we …

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