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Church Planting is at the Heart of George Bullard’s Ministry

Church planting can work when church planters start churches. But the deep, rich, exponential Kingdom growth occurs when churches plant churches – and that includes satellite campuses and non-traditional plants like home churches, workplace churches, and even churches meeting over wings at a local restaurant. “We probably don’t need a lot more churches that are […]

Let’s Take a Look at our Congregational Multiplication Opportunities

Insights on Congregational Multiplication from George Bullard 2019 is a year for launching a church planting movement within the Columbia Metro Baptist Association fellowship area. I have been spending time thinking, talking, and praying about various aspects of our Multiplying Congregations strategy, and I want to share some insights with you. We must be bold! […]

Planning for Your Church’s Financial Future – Columbia Metro Connection – Episode #012

 Welcome to the Columbia Metro Connection, a podcast where you can go to get valuable, relevant, and quality resources for you and your congregation. SUBSCRIBE:  iTunes| RSS | Stitcher | TuneIn Radio | Google Play      The Columbia Metro Connection is sponsored and supported by the Columbia Metro Baptist Association and the almost 100 partner churches that support the ministry of the […]

Urban Ministry – Columbia Metro Connection – Episode #011

SUBSCRIBE:  iTunes| RSS | Stitcher | TuneIn Radio | Google Play      The Columbia Metro Connection is sponsored and supported by the Columbia Metro Baptist Association and the almost 100 partner churches that support the ministry of the CMBA. Hosts for this week’s episode are George Bullard, the Director of Missions at Columbia Metro Baptist Association, Strategic Leadership Coach, Lead Missiologist, and Virtuoso of all things church-related. […]

Can You Help Prove Me Wrong? Let Me Know If You Want to Start a New Congregational Expression!

A Request from George Bullard! During a recent gathering of our Visionary Leadership Community (the group formerly known as the Administrative Team), one community member asked me how many of our almost 100 churches would be interested in starting a new congregational expression. I did not know the answer to that question, but my guess […]

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