Building Relationships Through Acts 29 Cohorts

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Written by: Acts 29 

We plant churches worldwide by recruiting, assessing, training, and supporting church planters.

This following content was originally published on Acts 29’s website, linked HERE.


As a network that wants to equip and resource church planters as well as possible, we recognized a need for planters to begin cohorts earlier in their planting process. New planter cohorts were introduced as a way to connect men who have just completed Acts 29’s assessment process and are early in their church planting journey, giving them a brotherhood to lean on in the good and bad days of ministry.I leave this cohort not only with the brotherhood, but with the strength, amazing friendship, and walk in the Lord that these brothers have to share together. –Samuel VitalianoCLICK TO TWEET

Our first new planter cohort just met in Salt Lake City last month! Men from all over the United States gathered for coaching and fellowship, leaving with a renewed sense of vigor and a feeling that someone was in their corner as they did the gospel work before them.

Samuel Vitaliano, a Brazilian native who planted a Portuguese-speaking church in Orlando, Florida, said, “I came to this cohort not even knowing what that means. However, I leave feeling filled not only with the brotherhood, but with the strength, amazing friendship, and walk in the Lord that these brothers have to share together.”

Join us in praying for these men in their church-planting journeys!