Why Plant Churches?

A vigorous and continuous approach to church planting is the only way to guarantee an increase in the number of believers, and is one of the best ways to renew the whole body of Christ.


1. Jesus’ Essential Call was to Plant Churches
Virtually all of the great evangelistic challenges of the New Testament are basically calls to plant church– es, not simply to share the faith. The Great Commission (Matt. 28:18–20) is a call not just to “make disciples” but to baptize. In Acts and elsewhere, it is clear that baptism means incorporation into a worshiping community with accountability and boundaries (cf. Acts 2:41–47). The only way to be truly sure you are increasing the number of Christians in a town is to increase the number of churches.

Why would this be? Much traditional evangelism aims to get a “decision” for Christ. Experience, however, shows us that many of these decisions disappear and never result in changed lives. Many decisions are not really conversions but are only the beginning of a journey of seeking God. (Other decisions are very definitely the moment of a “new birth,” but this differs from person to person.) Only a person who is being evangelized in the context of an ongoing worshiping and shepherding community can be sure of finally coming home into vital, saving faith. This is why a leading missiologist like C. Peter Wagner can say, “Planting new churches is the most effective evangelistic methodology known under heaven.”

2. Paul’s Whole Strategy was to Plant Urban Churches
The greatest missionary in history, Saint Paul, had a rather simple twofold strategy. First, he went into the largest city of a region (cf. Acts 16:9, 12), and second, he planted churches in each city (cf. Titus 1:5—”appoint elders in every town”). Once Paul had done that, he could say that he had “fully preached” the gospel in a region and that he had “no more place . . . to work in these regions” (cf. Rom. 15:19, 23). This means Paul had two controlling assumptions: (a) that the way to most permanently influence a country was through its chief cities, and (b) the way to most permanently influence a city was to plant churches in it. Once he had accomplished this in a city, he moved on. He knew that the rest that needed to happen would follow.

“But,” many people say, “that was in the beginning. Now the country (at least our country) is filled with churches. Why is church planting important now?”


Consider these facts:

1. New Churches Best Reach New Generations, New Residents, and New People Groups
First, younger adults have always been disproportionately found in newer congregations. Long-established congregations develop traditions (such as time of worship, length of service, level of emotional responsiveness, sermon topics, leadership style, emotional atmosphere, and thousands of other tiny customs and mores) that reflect the sensibilities of longtime leaders from the older generations who have the influence and money to control church life. The automatic maintenance of such habits does not reach younger generations effectively.

Second, new residents are almost always reached better by new congregations. Older congregations may require a tenure of ten years before someone is allowed into places of leadership and influence, but in a new church, new residents tend to have equal power with longtime area residents.

Third, new sociocultural groups in a community are always reached better by new congregations. For example, if new white-collar commuters move into an area where the older residents were farmers, it is likely that a new church will be more receptive to the myriad needs of the new residents, while the older churches will continue to be oriented to the original social group. Also, new racial groups in a community are best reached by a new church that is intentionally multiethnic from the start. For example, if an all-Anglo neighborhood becomes 33 percent Hispanic, a new, deliberately biracial church will be far more likely to create “cultural space” for newcomers than will an older church in town.

Finally, brand-new immigrant groups nearly always can be reached only by churches ministering in their own language. If we wait for a new group to become assimilated into the local culture, we will wait for years without reaching out to its members. Note: Often a new congregation for a new people group can be planted within the overall structure of an existing church. It may be a new Sunday service at another time, or a new network of house churches that are connected to a larger, already existing congregation. Although it may not technically be a new independent congregation, it serves the same function.

In summary, new congregations empower new people and new peoples much more quickly and readily than can older churches. Thus they always have and always will reach them with greater facility than long-established bodies can. This means not only that we need church planting so that frontier regions or unevangelized countries can become Christian, but also that Christian countries will have to maintain vigorous, extensive church planting simply to stay Christian!

Now, we are building a Church for which we are working hard and building this Church so that believers can come and pray and be trained and spiritually build up in Lord Jesus Christ.

Here below Church Construction pictures.

We need to build a small church we have land . We need help for materials
You can help us for brick or cements bags or Steel material.  We will have church building. Also hard for us to paid rent every months.  
We need your prayers and partnership. Please help us for this project in Pakistan.
1. Sand
2. Bricks
3. Cement and other material for this building 

Church is a best place for fellowship with believers.

Giving A Helping Hand For Spread Word of God.

Fellowship may look like:
1- Going to church together.
2- Praying together.
3- Studying Scripture together.
4- Worship together.

Here is how you can receive Christ:

1- Admit your need. (im a sinner)

2- Be willing to turn from your sins (repent) and ask for God's forgiveness. 

3- Believe that Jesus Christ died for you on the cross and rose from the grave. 

We suggest a prayer like this one.:

"Dear God, I know im a sinner. I want to turn from my sins, and i ask for your forgiveness. I believe that Jesus Christ is your SON. I believe He died for my sins and that you raised Him to life. I want Him to come into my heart and to take control of my life. I want to trust Jesus as my savior and fellow Him as my Lord from this day forward. In Jesus Christ name, Amen.

God communicates with us in a number of ways and learn about how to engage in prayer?

1- Bowing your head or body. Exodus 34:8-9

2- Kneel Daniel 6:10

3- Raise Hands Exodus 9:29 , 1 Timothy 2:8

4- Lie Prostrate Matthew 26:39

Fasting is a way to humble yourself in the sight of God. 

Pslam 35:13 | Ezra 8:21