But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”
This Sunday, we welcomed Jason Kleber to share with our congregation about his upcoming church plant in New Hampshire. Jason, and the entire Kleber family, desire to see the Gospel spread to the most unchurched sector of our country – New England. Though once famously called a “city on a hill” by Puritan settlers, on average less than 2% of the population attends an evangelical church.
As Jason preached in his sermon, we pray along with the Klebers that the “booth of David” will be raised once again in these States (Amos 9:11).
Please, pray for the Kleber family as they prepare to begin planting a church in Grafton County, New Hampshire; a church that will, by God’s grace, grow to plant another church and another church and another.
You can follow Jason and his family’s ministry on their website, Plant New Hampshire, and by following their Facebook page. Though Madison County, Kentucky is literally a thousand miles away from Grafton County, New Hampshire, our congregation is delighted to join the Kleber’s church planting ministry in prayer and support.