Gx Network

www.gxchurches.com

www.gxchurches.com

As we continue to move forward in our efforts in being a part of starting new Gospel works here in Des Moines, I wanted to share about our continued partnership with our home church back in New Orleans. Vintage Church has been an enormous blessing to us in our journey into the Midwest, besides all the years we spent with them back in our NOLA home. Even though we are born and raised Okies, NOLA is very much our home turf where God did so much in us, maturing us and allowing us to grow and succeed and fail as we learned and put into practice being disciples and followers of Christ, joining in His mission of Gospel multiplication. 

We have the ongoing honor and encouragement of being a part of the Gospel Multiplication, or Gx Network. This has been started by Vintage and the lead pastor Rob Wilton, because of several men and their dedicated ministry families that have been sent out from Vintage to do church planting across America and across the world. We believe that God has called all believers to Gospel Multiplication, which is what the Great Commission in Matthew 28:18-20 tells us, and that is an inherent part of our DNA as a church and as ministers of the Gospel. "Vintage Church exists to live out our core values of Truth, Love, and Community by Living the Gospel, Serving the City, and Being the Church by multiplying Individuals, vGroups, and Gatherings in New Orleans and beyond." This Gospel vision is still growing and seeing lives changed in New Orleans, and continues on in exponential multiplication as more leaders and ministries are sent out to other cities to make disciples who love God and love people. 

Check out the Gx Churches website, and see more about some of the churches and future ministries that have been sent out from Vintage Church NOLA. Each one has some info about their mission, prayer points, social media links, and a downloadable prayer card. We have the blessing of being listed there and would love for you to you take a look and join us in praying for our ministry, our city, and the other church plants and church planting families and their cities. 

 

Matthew O'Mealey

Brewing coffee and learning to be a church planter in the Midwest.