Entries by Lane Corley

Pray for Carey Association

Associational Mission Strategist: Bruce Baker Covers Cameron, Calcasieu, and Jefferson Davis Parishes. Major towns are Lake Charles, Sulphur, Jennings. 231,084 souls reside in Carey Association. 29.6% of the population, or 68,425, are evangelicals. 60,405 or 30% of the population are listed as none’s or non-affiliated with any church. 9,334, or 4% of the population, attend […]

Pray for Acadia Association

 Associational Mission Strategist: Bert Langley Covers Acadia, St. Landry, and part of Evangeline Parishes. Major towns are Opelousas, Ville Platte, Crowley, Mamou, and Eunice. 179,141 souls reside in Acadia Association. 12.2% of the population, or 21,803, are evangelicals. 56,476 or 32% of the population are listed as none’s or non-affiliated with any church. (They’re not […]

Pray for Bayou Baptist Association

 Associational Mission Strategist: Joseph Arnold Covers Assumption, Lafourche, and Terrebonne Parishes and Grand Isle (which is in Jefferson Parish). Major towns are Houma, Thibodaux, Cutoff, Golden Meadow, Napoleonville, Pierre Part 233,598 souls reside in Bayou Association. 10% of the population, or 24,349, are evangelicals. Only 2,676, or 1.2% of the population, attend the 32 SBC […]

Online Church Planting and RePlanting Orientation

Are you or someone you know interested in Church Planting or RePlanting? Have you started a church planting project and would like to know about available equipping opportunities and resources through Louisiana Baptists? Connect with our Louisiana Baptist Church Planting Team the last Tuesday of each month, 7-8pm on Zoom to learn more. Meeting Agenda: […]

A Viral Outbreak from Asia

Book Overview: Ying and Grace Kai’s Training for Trainers: The Movement that Changed the World  Wigtake Resources – February 23, 2018 – 199 pages  If you are looking for inspiration and simple ideas to get your life and congregation more focused on evangelism, you should read Ying and Grace Kai’s Training for Trainers: The Movement […]

Five Old Innovations for Our New Day

It’s a new day. New normals will emerge. Our churches are picking up new technologies and new innovations to help us continue to deliver the gospel. In this season of new, of change, of adaptation, there may also be some OLD innovations that we need to circle back to. As we reset our churches over […]

Giving When the Church Can’t Gather

There are at least five ways for people to be regular, sacrificial, and cheerful givers to your church, no matter what. Give at a Sunday Worship Gathering. Placing an offering in the plate, basket, bag, or box is the most traditional way believers have given for generations. Give Online. By connecting with a few outside […]

18 Proven Ways to Scatter Seeds and Engage Your Community

When wanting to impact a community for Christ through evangelism, scattering seeds should be one of your primary missions. On Church Planter reports we ask for the # of contacts made each month. No coincidence that often the church plant with the most salvations and baptisms is also the one with the most contacts made […]