Bryan Powers

Dewey Fellowship, Arizona
Lead Church Planter
Dewey Arizona
Dewey Fellowship
March 12

About My Family

Bryan and Jamie Powers are North American missionaries in Dewey-Humboldt, Ariz. They have three sons and a daughter. Dallas James was born in November of 2005. Twins Hendrix Elijah and Colton Isaiah were born in September 2009, and Madison Grace was born in March 2008. Madison went to be with Jesus eight short hours after she was born, which changed the couple's lives forever (madisongracepowers.blogspot.com). They are eager to provide a home to a child who needs one in her honor, when God leads, and they are licensed foster-care parents.

Bryan and Jamie graduated from ASU with Bachelors of Arts and Science in Communication. Bryan graduated with his Master of Divinity at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in May 2012. 

About My Church Plant

Our church is in Dewey-Humboldt, known as Arizona's Country Town, which is a growing, tightly knit community. Our goal has been to plug in every way we can. I have been volunteering to coach sports, taking classes at the gym and going to community events all in an effort to form relationships naturally to reach people. We are a family church and fellowship every Sunday with a potluck after worship.

The people of the Yavapai Association had prayed for 10 years to have a church that would reach out to young families in this area. Only God could have put this ministry together in such a perfect way. We love our new life and ministry here.

NAMB Church Planting

Demonstrated Christian character is essential for missionaries and chaplains to gain credibility and build community. A missionary is a person who, in response to God's call and gifting, leaves his or her comfort zone and crosses cultural, geographic or other barriers to proclaim the gospel and live out a Christian witness in obedience to the Great Commission. The North American Mission Board supports missionaries serving across the United States, Canada and their territories. Churches are the missionary incubators and sending centers for missionaries through the Southern Baptist Convention. Missionaries serve in a variety of settings and face tremendous challenges. But the rewards are tremendous and life-changing. Missionaries have the privilege to represent their church and their Father in sharing the gospel as the primary focus of their activity. If you are interested in pursuing next steps as a potential missionary or chaplain from your church, explore the possibilities at namb.net/send-me.

Support Bryan Powers

This contribution is made with the understanding that The North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, Inc. has complete discretion and control over the use of the donated funds.

Pray

For churches as they prepare to send out missionaries and chaplains to push back lostness in North America. For receptive hearts among the people in communities where these missionaries and chaplains will serve. For churches and individuals to partner with missionaries and chaplains and to give of their time and talents. For the Father to send more workers into His harvest to join these missionaries.

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Connect as a Sending Church or a Supporting Church with a missionary’s work. Commit to long-term missions support with your missionary partner. Be involved in supporting missionaries and their families. Pray for missionaries.
Many missionaries build a team to join their ministry in prayer, participation, and provision. These friends, family and churches support missionaries beyond the tithes and offerings given within the church plant. Visit sendnetwork.com/PlanterFunding for NAMB's policy on providing for church plants.
Fund ID: 008919-Powers, Bryan
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