Tag Archive: Acts 29 Network

Church Plant Offering at Easter, Part 2 – Church in Hard Places/Inner City Initiative
Posted March 21st, 2018 by Mike Hubbard

During the Easter season we are collecting an offering to support the work of church planting and some of our partners.  This is the first of three blog posts about this offering, posted to explain the destination of the money given and encouraging people to give cheerfully to support this offering.  All of the money […]

Acts 29 Annual Report
Posted February 13th, 2018 by Mike Hubbard

We are part of the Acts 29 Church Planting Network, which is a global family of church-planting churches characterized by: Theological Clarity Cultural Engagement Missional Innovation The singular focus of our network is planting new, heatlthy, and Gospel-centered churches.  The Annual Report for A29 has recently been published, and we wanted to make it available […]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend – A Video to Raise Empathy and Compassion
Posted January 15th, 2017 by Mike Hubbard

Monday is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday.  Dr. King’s influence on our country was so important for a myriad of reasons.  But at the forefront is the reality that he rooted his pursuit of justice in his Christian faith and the values that are taught in Scripture and seen in the life of Jesus.  […]

The Vision of Acts 29
Posted August 14th, 2013 by Mike Hubbard

The Elders of Genesis recently reaffirmed our partnership with and commitment to the Acts 29 Church Planting Network.  We continue to be excited about the idea of a Gospel-centered church planting movement. This is a recent video with A29 President Matt Chandler giving an explanation of the vision of our network.

Vox Church in South Africa – Our church plant
Posted June 17th, 2011 by Mike Hubbard

Genesis Church is part of the Acts 29 Network, which is an extension of our desire to be a church planting church.  For the past couple years one of the ways we have expressed this vision is through our financial support of J. D. Senkbile and the Vox Church in Capetown, South Africa.  J. D.’s […]