Church planting in Madagascar: 6 years in

AdvanceBlog, News, Update and Prayer points

We checked in with Rachel and Blake Tucker, who relocated from Cape Town, South Africa, to Antananarivo, Madagascar, 6 years ago to plant a church. This amazing group of people, Tana City Community Church, recently celebrated the 5th anniversary. Read along for some of Rachel and Blakes’ processing, highlights and some of what God has taught them along the way. … Read More

Church planting update: GodFirst Jozi East.

AdvanceBlog, News, Update and Prayer points

GodFirst Jozi East, is a new church plant located just east of the Johannesburg CBD, in a community called Bertrams. We caught up with Simon and Thobile Chittenden who are leading the team, about how things are going and how we can pray with them. “For the past two years God has been drawing people together from across the city; as … Read More

New Venue for Frontline Church, Fayetteville, North Carolina.

AdvanceBlog, News

Recently, Frontline Church, In Fayetteville, North Carolina, moved into their new venue. We caught up with them to hear more about the story of how they came to finding this spot, as well as how God provided the means for them to move in! Here is what Blake Burrough, one of the leaders, had to say:  “The story is pretty wild. … Read More

North American Hub Gatherings.

Nicky HaynesBlog, News, Update and Prayer points

At the heart of what we do as a movement is to plant and strengthen churches. One of the ways we seek to strengthen is to build and nurture the relationships between churches, so that we can express authentic partnership in the gospel. These gathering moments are for building up leaders, strengthening bonds and increasing collaboration and partnership as we … Read More

Advance team visits Uganda.

AdvanceBlog, News

During October, a team from Grace Generation Church in Pietermaritzburg, SA, and OneTribe Church in Nairobi, Kenya, visited a group of church leaders in Uganda. Their aim was to strengthen the already existing friendships and relationships with church leaders in the area, as well as to encourage and exhort the leadership teams. They were privileged to gather in person, through conferences … Read More