11 September 2006 ~ 5 Comments

3 Years

That’s how long Revolution Church has existed.  I guess today would be 1097 days of ministry.  We celebrated last night with our first live recording for an album titled 1096.

Dave has an amazing post on his blog outlining a number of his learnings through 3 years of church planting.  Make sure you go by and read it here.

On Sunday morning David and the lead team shared our vision at the church through our 10 year birthday.  By the year 2013, Revolution Church will be one church with 8 locations in the communities surrounding Long Beach.  We’re joining the multi-site revolution!  This brings on lots of challenges accompanied by lots more exciting opportunities to reach people with Good News of Jesus Christ. 

The target sites: Lakewood (already there), Bellflower (launching ’07), North Long Beach, Downtown Long Beach, Belmont Shore, Compton, Carson, San Pedro.  I’m excited to see the great things that God is going to do through us in the next 7 years.  Check out this video we showed on Sunday morning of those areas and the people we hope to reach.

5 Responses to “3 Years”

  1. mat 14 September 2006 at 10:10 pm Permalink

    Ben Harper sings that song. Sara

  2. Tostada 13 September 2006 at 8:13 pm Permalink

    That video is awesome… it’s so great to see the faces of the people you want to reach. I’m glad I got to see it… our church has YouTube blocked so I had to watch it at home. I’m glad I got to come back too because I realized that I put 10 years instead of 3…. well congrats on that too… and that is an awesome vision for the 10 years. Lets see how God moves though you guys there.

  3. Jules 13 September 2006 at 2:46 pm Permalink

    Great video for the vision.

  4. Tostada 13 September 2006 at 2:23 pm Permalink

    Congrats on the 10 years. Thats so awesome to hear and see that you guys are flourishing there with your ministry in Long Beach.
    – Vic

  5. Sara Matulich 12 September 2006 at 10:41 pm Permalink

    Another great video. It really summed up what was said. What song is this and who sings it?

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