Church at the Cross is striving to increase its own effectiveness in helping bring renewal to people and places. We believe the Church should focus its resources toward Gospel Priority Peoples and Areas, peoples and places where the Church is under-represented or absent. The Church should work to bring renewal through mercy and justice efforts as the gospel of life is applied to the places of deepest hurt and need.
NAMB works to mobilize churches and equip leaders for church planting efforts throughout North America.
The International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention is evangelizing, discipling, and planting reproducing churches among all peoples in fulfillment of the Great Commission.
Human Coalition seeks to connect abortion-determined women and men in crisis with a pregnancy center that provides life-affirming compassion, care, sonograms, and tangible help. Every effort is made to lovingly protect the unborn child and family from abortion. Church at the Cross partners specifically with Cura Women's Care Clinic in Grapevine, TX.
We partner with Pastor Steve Timmis and the Crowded House in Sheffield, UK – a Jesus-centered, grace driven network of churches planting Churches in Gospel Priority Areas. We are currently working with them to see a work started among an under-resourced community in Sheffield.
Kenji and Christine Adachi planted a church in Fairfax, VA just outside of Washington D.C. Fairfax County is the largest county in the DC Metro area. It is an area in need of gospel rich churches that can reach a diverse community. We are thrilled to partner with Kenji as he leads this new church seeking to promote a movement of gospel-driven, multi-ethnic churches.
The Québécois people of Canada are the least reached people group in North America. According to the Gospel Coalition, 99.3% of this people group do not have a Christian witness. This is one of the reasons that we are so excited about our partnership with Mosaique Church in Quebec City. Mosaique is a 14-year-old church plant pastored by Christian Lachance that has recently multiplied and now has three churches in the city.
Many have been wondering, what is the best way they can provide support to our neighbors on the Texas coast. Church at the Cross looks to our convention’s disaster relief network, SEND Relief, to provide us the most helpful and practical opportunities to provide relief.