Opportunities at NewBranch
Every believer is called to extend God's kingdom by using their spiritual gifts for the building up of the church and to be a witness to a lost and dying world. Below you will find opportunities that exist within NewBranch to live out this mission.
Missionaries & Ministry Partnerships
Chris & Dana Holloway
Chris and Dana are charter members of NewBranch, who relocated to Ghana in 2013 to serve as missionaries with World Venture. The Holloways focus their ministry on Leadership Development, Orphan Care, and Evangelism among unreached people groups. Click here to view their blog. Click here to follow them on FaceBook. To give to their mission, click here.
Steve & Jenny McCullough
Steve and Jenny are members of NewBranch. They and their 3 children moved overseas in the Fall of 2014 to serve alongside other Biblical Ministries Worldwide (BMW) Bible translators in producing a chronological Bible Study in video format to be distributed among the indiengous peoples among whom they live and serve. If you would like to keep up with their ministry, our missions coordinator can help you sign up.
Kevin & Lauren Sanders
Kevin and Lauren and family (Hudson, Riley, Piper, Aiden, and Haddon), moved from Dacula to Boston in July of 2015 to plant Redeeming Grace Church in Arlington, MA. Kevin previously served as Associate Pastor at NewBranch and was on staff with us for over 7 years.
Christian & Kimmie White
Christian and Kimmie are church planters who have been sent out from one of our partner churches in the Pillar Network, Open Door Church from Raleigh, NC. The Whites (and their two daughters Charlieanne and Madeline) have been sent to Atlanta to plant Parkside Church in the downtown neighbordhood of Glenwood Park. For more information about Parkside Church, e-mail Christian White.
Rodney & Laura Andrews
Rodney and Laura, along with their children (Stella, Annabelle and Ryder) have moved to Costa Rica as missionaries with Commission To Every Nation (CTEN). The Andrews are serving alongside Iglesia Radical, a church in Jaco, and will be focusing their ministry on at-risk teens and victims of the growing sex trafficking industry in Costa Rica. Follow their ministry, Refuge 18:2, on Facebook. To support the Andrews, click here.
The Pillar Network
The Pillar Network is a non-profit organization that exists to support and promote church planting efforts in North America. Formed with the goal of maintaining the lowest overhead possible, the objective of the Pillar Network is to help gospel-driven, community-focused, and mission-oriented churches impact the country through planting churches.
Generation Link is an intensive discipleship program owned and operated by local churches through national and international partnership. Generation Link trains young adults through the local church to be lifelong disciple-makers. Generation Link operates through sending and receiving participants. Churches receive participants to disciple and equip, with the intention of sending them out on mission. Our own Jonathan Mitchell is currently a Generation Link Resident Intern.
Gwinnett Metro Baptist Association
The local expresssion of the Southern Baptist Convention is our local association. NewBranch Community Church associates with the Gwinnett Metro Baptist Association (GMBA). The GMBA exists to serve its member churches in fulfilling the Great Commission as well as helping to promote church planting within Gwinnett County.
Southern Baptist Cooperative Program
Southern Baptist churches in our state work together through our state convention to support a wide array of ministries and missions including: evangelism efforts, children’s homes, volunteer missions, missions education, new churches, colleges and universities, collegiate ministries, camps, and much more. To learn more visit their website.