Front Porch Ministries

One of the most common struggles experienced by rural pastors is a sense of isolation in ministry, and one of the common struggles for rural churches is limited resources. If you are looking for answers to these common struggles, join me for this interview with five of the pastors involved in Front Porch Ministries; a cooperative perish model of ministry in rural Indiana. This model has not only answered these struggles, it has also changed the way their church members understand and engage in ministry as part of the Body of Christ.

To learn more or for support in developing this model in your area, the pastors at Front Porch Ministries can be reached at frontporchministriesindiana@gmail.com. You’re also invited to check out their Facebook page, or contact Rev. Meghan HERE.

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