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Midtown Fellowship: Two Notch—A Church Plant in the Inner City to Reach into Poverty

Midtown Fellowship’s downtown Columbia church plant began in 2007 with a Sunday worship gathering and intentional Life Groups to primarily express its vision to share Jesus with 100,000 people within a 5-mile radius of the South Carolina state capital. Though a believer since middle school, one of those drawn to Midtown’s vision was Antony “Ant” […]

Is Your Congregation into Alleviating Poverty or Eliminating Poverty?

Every Sunday School class, missions group, women’s group, men’s group, and youth/student’s group in every congregation who does something to provide food, clothes, gifts/toys, Thanksgiving dinners, Christmas parties, and other activities during this or other seasons of the year is be commended. These are great short-term things that help to fill the gap for households […]