The following partnerships serve as a reminder of the fact that Seven Mile Road is only a small part of the Kingdom. We as a church have been swept into something much bigger than ourselves. These relationships give us the opportunity to celebrate the global work that God is doing.
Acts 29 is a church planting network that exists to band together Christian, Evangelical, Missional & Reformed churches, who, for the sake of Jesus and the gospel, plant new churches and replant dead and dying churches across the United States and the world.
The CCCC is an evangelical denomination believing strongly in the autonomy of each local church under the headship of Christ committed to advancing the kingdom of our Lord through evangelism, church planting and missions.
We maintain a strong bond with our sending church. While in different cities and different contexts, we share a name and a commitment to being communities that are centered on the gospel of Jesus and sent on mission with Him.
Through prayer and support, we count it a great blessing to assist other new churches that are being started. We want to be a church that helps plant churches. Here are other gospel-centered churches that we have had the privilege of partnering with in various degrees:
Jim, Leena, Nehemiah, Elias, and Daniel
In September 2012, Jim and Leena, members of Seven Mile Road, sold all their belongings, boarded an airplane with their three sons, and moved to Mumbai, India. They did so to work with Bombay Teen Challenge, an organization committed to fighting human trafficking and ending sexual slavery in the Red Light District of Kamathipura.