Churches multiplying churches to saturate greater Fort Worth with the gospel together.

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Multiplication

{multiplication over addition}

We value multiplication because in order to reach the growing and diverse population of Fort Worth it will take the exponential expansion of new church planters and churches.

Saturation

{saturation with intentionality}

We value the saturation of gospel centered churches because in order to impact the city we must intentionally plant the gospel in every neighborhood and with every people group.

together

{together not separate}

We value collaboration because relationships built around gospel unity is what we need to reach the city. Anyone is welcome at the table, as we learn from each other and play nicely with each other.

THE VIGOROUS, continual planting of new congregations is the single most crucial strategy for the numerical growth of the body of Christ in a city and the continual corporate renewal and revival of the existing churches in a city.
— Tim Keller
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Event: September Plant FW Lunch

Al Barth (North American Director for Redeemer City to City) will join us, as we discuss "healthy collaboration." As we build Plant FW this year, we'll learn from City to City's experience of bringing diverse churches together for planting and for the good of their cities.

Resource: The Pinetops Report

“40 million young people who were raised in Christian homes could walk away from a life with Jesus by 2050. But, if the church can help them engage with Christ at rates from just two decades ago, over 20 million can know a life with Him.”

2019-2020 Vision: Building Plant FW

After fifteen lunches, countless hours of prayer and discussion, and our first collaborative church planted in July 2019, it’s time for Plant Fort Worth to take next steps in its mission and ministry. Over 2019-2020, we will work together to build Plant Fort Worth.

THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH was designed from the first to be aggressive. It was not intended to remain stationary at any period, but to advance onward until its boundaries became commensurate with those of the world. It was to spread from Jerusalem to all Judea, from Judea to Samaria, and from Samaria unto the uttermost part of the earth. It was not intended to radiate from one central point only; but to form numerous centres from which its influence might spread to the surrounding parts.
— C.H. Spurgeon
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