After a quick stop in San Francisco to visit Dave Ainsworth and CJ Bergmen and hear about all that God is doing through Citizens Church (you can read more about this trip here), I got up early to beat the bay area traffic, launching out of the city and into a misty Monday morning making my way to Fresno to visit another Sojourn Network church planter: Troy McComas.
Recently, I got a chance to travel out to California to visit two of our Sojourn Network churches: Citizens Church in the San Francisco area and New City Church in Fresno. In this post, I’ll share a bit about my time at Citizens Church through several photos and short captions that should provide a visual story-arc of my time in San Francisco.
We're excited to introduce you to Lead Pastor Brian Sauvé and our newest church plant to join the SN family: Refuge Church in Ogden, Utah. This is the very first Sojourn Network church in the great state of Utah! Read their story, celebrate their wins, and please join us in praying for this church in 2018!
We're excited to introduce you to Lead Pastor Nick Nye and our newest church plant to join the SN family: Apostles Union Square in New York City, NY. Read their story, celebrate their wins, and please join us in praying for this church in 2018!
At SN, we celebrate flourishing, wherever it is found. We don’t define success through stats and numbers, but we do use them to help us evaluate our efforts and to celebrate God’s faithfulness towards our R&D energies. Through the unrelenting grace of God at work in the partnership of 55 churches in 20 states, God enabled us to...
In 2017, Sojourn Network’s blog covered topics ranging from church planting to fundraising to city-reaching to leveraging the pastor's home and church meals and so much more. Here are the top seventeen posts of 2017.
Well, when we talk about, "Why this small town?" I'm still trying to figure out the answer to that. I am a California boy, born, and raised in Southern California, and at some point, God took my wife, and I into the Midwest. It's a long, horrible story, but at some point, He did a left turn in the path that we were on, and He compelled us, and inspired us to plant a church in a small town.