Equipping churches and leaders to focus on God’s mission through grants, consultation, and coaching.Apply for a Grant
Is your church ready to move forward?
- Are you seeking to develop leaders in your congregation?
- Want to plant a church or expand your campus, but don’t know where to start?
- Does your church need help with renewal and revitalization?
- Are facility issues holding back your ministry?
Churches need to be equipped to share the gospel.
All churches endure seasons of spiritual growth and decline. Whether your church is growing rapidly or feeling stuck, many pastors often don’t know what to do next.
In seasons of uncertainty, it’s normal for churches to focus inward and struggle to reach those who are outside the church, losing sight of God’s mission and leading to frustration and confusion.
Re-engage in God’s mission
Just like in Jesus’s parable of the talents, we’re called to be faithful with what we have been given—whether it’s a thriving church or a challenging season of ministry.
Jesus promised to build His church—and Generate can help you move forward and refocus on making disciples in your church and community.
Generate equips churches and leaders to share the gospel through grants, consultation, and coaching.
Get Crucial Resources
Through grants and other resources, you can be equipped to revitalize your ministry and experience renewal.
Use God’s Gifts Wisely
Money is just one part of the solution. You’ll also receive coaching, training, and guidance on how to best leverage your resources in ministry.
Get Back on Mission
Get refocused on God’s mission for your church and start making a gospel impact in your community.
A church of 25 people began working to revitalize their congregation. Over the next 3-4 years, the church grew to about 50 people and was able to hire a new pastor. Generate provided resources and training to help move this ministry forward. A year and a half later, the church had grown to 130 people and was ready to plant a new church.
A church received a grant to help them plant a church in Grand Blanc, Michigan, which launched in January 2022. The new church plant now averages a weekly attendance of 175 people, and had over 300 people in attendance on Easter Sunday.