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Here is how our church contributes and please let me say again, I do not have this figured out nor do I claim to have all the answers. I pastor in the Southeast on the edge of the Bible Belt. Many of us have good reason to think there is no immediate need in our backyard, but we must still engage in this effort. We, at Liberty, first contribute by giving of ourselves. I ask the church to pray that God would raise up church planters in our families. We then ask God to provide church planters to us regularly whom we can care for and communicate with consistently. One way we have learned to identify church planters is through the Reseeding America ministry at BIMI. We care for and support Brother Bob Larson and contribute to the Reseeding America Fund so that we are regularly involved in church plants. We also contribute by sending our folks to help church planters with various projects or milestone events like Grand Opening services. Another good way to contribute is by networking with your local Pastors’ Fellowship or your circle of friends about your desire to plant churches or restore struggling churches and let God use you collectively to stay informed and engaged. When it comes to contributing to church planting, it is vitally important that you simply engage in the effort to make a difference where you can. Maybe you can help in your town, in your county, in your state, or in your neighboring states. The Scripture records, And ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth (Acts 1:8b). The key word in that verse is both. This is a simultaneous effort that trickles out to the uttermost parts of the world, but it starts with you, from your pulpit. I encourage you to—Care, Communicate, and most importantly Contribute. Members of Liberty Baptist assisting in a church restart in Hiawassee, Georgia