By Andrew Munneke / This is the third in a series of blogs to discern if you’re called, gifted, and able to be a church planter. Here are a few important questions you’ll want to answer…
By Izah Broadus / If I want to bring people to Jesus, they probably won’t walk in the front door. I can look at my community’s needs and meet them where they are.
Introducing new blogger Andrew Munneke! Andrew is the pastor of The Hill Church in Fayetteville, Ark., a church plant that was launched in January 2014.
By Lee Kemp John Maxwell once said that no one succeeds unless a group of people wants them to. I think this is definitely true in ministry because ministry rides or dies on relationships. Before Forefront became a church, Sarah and I were living in Timberline Apartments by ourselves, and we met a lady named… Continue reading Sowing seeds with people of peace
By Lee Kemp A few years ago, the manager of a Motel 6 in Fort Smith called me to refer a lady who could use some help. We had developed a friendship with Motel 6 through ministering to so many folks, and we had even been able to develop a corporate discount rate to help… Continue reading From homeless to homemaker
By Lee Kemp Since I returned home from Wyoming, I have found myself refreshed and renewed in my commitment to see God move through me and Forefront Church. (Checkout last week’s post to see how God moved during our trip!) I think that is how almost everyone feels after a productive time on a mission trip… Continue reading Reflections from a week WITH the Arapaho Tribe
By Lee Kemp This week Forefront Church is in Riverton, Wyoming! We are ministering to the Northern Arapaho, one of the last critically unreached Native American tribes. Grand Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Smith has come here for the last five years, but this year we (Forefront) and Palestine Baptist Church in Greenwood, Ark., have joined… Continue reading God is still on the move