NTCP Newsletter October 2016


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New Testament Church Planting, a ministry of Wilson Creek Baptist Church

2 Thessalonians 1:3 We are bound to thank God always for you, brethren, as it is meet, because that your faith groweth exceedingly, and the charity of every one of you all toward each other aboundeth;

Churches, as well as individuals, who support New Testament Church Planting on a regular basis make it possible for our work crews to stay busy on various building projects. Most churches trying to build or remodel their first buildings have very little extra cash flow and your assistance allows us to keep helping these churches complete their project with limited funds.

The summer months have come and gone and have been very productive for the NTCP work crews. Not only has our schedule been full, but the projects have gone very well with very few delays. We have had crews from California to New Hampshire this summer as well as in the middle of the country.

                Note from Karl Badalian one of our team leaders: It was so nice to get to Concord, New Hampshire to be able to start helping with the facility here. Pastor Peter Chamberland started Granite State Baptist Church three years ago and the congregation is ready for the move from rented facilities into their own church home. With the Browns, Murphys, and McHattons all here, the work is progressing rapidly. There are folks from the church here to help almost every day. They are excited about the new facilities God is providing for them.

This building went from a large garage building to a beautiful and functional church facility.

Two other recent projects consisted of putting siding on buildings in Mt. View, AR, and Osawatomie, KS.

It truly seems that the Lord is moving in the area of church planting. Young churches find that vigorous growth comes with some real challenges such as great needs and very little help or resources.  Combining money and personnel from many churches into one point of distribution allows for the planning and oversite to accomplish the goals set forth through New Testament Church Planting. This ministry under the direction of Wilson Creek Baptist Church has been used of God for over twenty years.

We take this responsibility with humility and are open to accountability by all those who support this ministry and pray for us as the Lord would bring us to your mind.

For those who know and love Brother Bob Perryman, I would like for you to know his health is fairly good for a man his age. He and his wife Barbra serve faithfully here in the church and he was able to preach the opening service of our Focus on America Church Planting Conference in mid-October.

Winter is fast approaching and our crews will be moving to projects farther south with the full intent of working throughout the winter months.

Thank you for your 3rd Quarter 2016 donation of $