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Mission of Hope, Inc.

Phone: (321) 588-3509

Leaving Deeper Mark on Fewer Lives

We believe that one of the most effective ways to fulfill the Great Commission is to plant healthy, dynamic, and sustainable churches.

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Church Planting

Evangelizing the world lies at the heart of our ministry at Mission of Hope, Inc. Our mission and vision from the Lord is to equip leaders to plant dynamic churches that will reach out to the world for Christ. We believe that one of the most effective ways to fulfill the Great Commission is to plant healthy, dynamic, and sustainable churches.

Small and Strategic

The pressure in the church world is almost always expansive. Bigger buildings, bigger programs, bigger numbers, etc. This is not all bad, of course. If you wouldn’t want another person added to the church then something has broken in your heart, and if that’s true for one more, why not fifty more? Still, not everything about bigger is better.


We need to make sure that in our preaching ministry we are not drawn into thinking purely in a “bigger is better” model. For instance, is it better to speak to fifty or five hundred? It depends what you are speaking about, and even more, who the respective groups are. Five hundred conference hoppers going from one event to the next are not worth ten times more than fifty strategic leaders who will influence thousands.


The Apostle Paul had a massive ministry and a massive impact. But let’s not forget the amount of time he invested in a relatively small group of companions – Timothy, Titus, Silas, Luke, Epaphras, etc. God changed the world through Paul. Paul marked the world through these men and others.


The Lord himself seemed to value a deeper mark on fewer people. He was second-to-none in reaching the masses (although after John 6 some might question that). Yet how much did he do that was “small and strategic” with twelve, with three, with one? He has truly built his church on that foundation.


So, here’s the question: as a preacher, what are you doing that is small and strategic? Not the big stuff. Not the big crowds. The small stuff. The strategic. It could be a phone call. It could be a small group praying together. It could be a leisurely dreaming session in a coffee shop. It could be inviting some into your ministry to value a deeper mark on fewer lives in order to make a greater mark in eternity.


What are you doing that is small and strategic?

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