Praying for Your Church Plant | Jeff Leake | Exponential

February 22, 2017

Make this a partnership with God as you join Him in prayer for your new church – Jeff Leake

In this training video from Exponential East 2016, Jeff Leake discusses the different ways you should pray for your church plant. Rather than pleading for God to make things work in your favor, your prayers should seek to join God in what He is already doing.

Don’t miss Exponential East 2017, where there will be several workshop tracks on church planting.

Key Praying Highlights:

  • Praying for places
  • Praying for the promises God has given you
  • Praying for people

Jeff Leake has served for the past 24 years as the Lead Pastor of Allison Park Church in the north hills of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Under his leadership, Allison Park Church has facilitated the planting of 65 new churches. In 2011, he founded an organization called Reach Northeast, which has the goal of planting 100 churches in the next 10 years in the Northeastern USA. He and his wife Melodie have 5 children and have been married for over 28 years.

Jeff Leake

Jeff Leake

Jeff Leake is lead pastor of Allison Park Church, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. During Jeff’s 21 years as lead pastor, many organizations have been founded. Reach Northeast is a church planting network designed to facilitate new churches throughout the northeast United States. The Network of Hope is a non-profit organization designed to work through local churches to bring lasting change through very practical forms of community ministry. The Northeast Ministry School was established to train church planters, missionaries and members of church planting teams. Jeff currently serves as the president of Reach Northeast and the Northeast Ministry School, and he is the vice president of the Network of Hope. Jeff and his wife Melodie have five children. Melodie serves on staff at Allison Park Church as the pastor over women’s ministry. Jeff and Melodie have spoken worldwide at leadership conferences in Sweden, Nicaragua, Tanzania, Rwanda, and India and at many regional leadership events throughout the United States.
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