Church Multliplication and Evangelism
USMB church planters like the Hubrich's and Wiebe's are on the frontlines. Your gift to USMB on Giving Tuesday will help provide support for church planters like them.
Phil and Melissa Wiebe launched Lakeview Church in Stansbury Park, Utah, on Easter Sunday 2019. Since then, the USMB church plant has baptized 13 people, added a second Sunday morning service, and continues to grow beyond expectation.
“God’s at work here,” says Phil Wiebe, adding he is glad to be a part of the USMB family.
Jeff and Heather Hubrich will serve as pastoral couple at Lakeview Grantsville, where they are excited to spread the gospel of Jesus and make his name famous.
“It’s just such a blessing to be part of a huge group of believers nationwide that love the Lord and are pressing forward for his great name and his fame to be spread,” says Jeff Hubrich. “Thank you for letting us be a part of the family with you.”
Ben Friesen, pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Topeka, Kansas, shares the process leading him to sign up for LEAD Coaching.
“As I prayed about it later that evening, I became convicted that in order for us to take the next step (as a church), I needed to do some growing,” Ben says. “I needed to grow in my personal faith journey, and I needed to grow in my leadership ability.”
More than 115 people are currently enrolled in our fall lineup of LEAD Cohorts, discussing relevant issues like fighting racism, navigating ministry in an unknown season, church planting strategies and more. Hear what others in our USMB family have to say about the value of LEAD Cohorts.
Pastor Mike Andrews says this about his LEAD Cohort experience:
“I’m so very grateful for whoever it was that suggested and initiated the LEAD Cohort on shepherding in a rural context because it’s exactly what I needed.”