What is the One and One Project?
In 2012, we had reached a point as a church where we needed a permanent home. Being a mobile church was taking a lot of effort and we knew we could better focus that energy on reaching out into our community. We started The One & One Project as a way to raise money to reach people both inside and outside the four walls of the church. We set a goal to raise $3 million with half of the money going towards local outreach, international missions, and church planting and half towards a permanent facility in Statesboro.
Every year since then we've been able to extend a hand to various ministries, missionaries, and organizations throughout the world to help spread the message of Jesus. The One & One Project is a tangible way we can all ensure that people who wouldn’t have heard of Jesus, will, and to help resource the people who are bringing that message to them.
Since beginning the One & One Project, we’ve had a strong conviction for reaching more people with the Gospel of Jesus. We want to help change the culture of the communities we’re now apart of. We want these communities to be known for what God’s doing in and through His church. We know God wants The One & One Project to be something only He can take credit for and we know He can do it.
Through the One & One Project, we’ve been able to support missionaries and organizations internationally in Northern Africa, Honduras, India, Guatemala, Dominican Republic and other countries where we have been able to build churches, fund orphanages, and send new missionaries to the most desperate areas of the world. We want to continue partnering with these people and more to make Jesus’ name famous across the globe.
The bible is clear that we are to go to the ends of the earth and make disciples, and one of the ways we believe that happens is through planting churches. It’s vital to the mission God’s given us to prepare people for God's work in the world to continue growing beyond Statesboro, GA. Since we launched One and One we have planted churches in Vidalia, Millen, Dublin and Savannah, Georgia.
When you’re a growing church, a home base is incredibly helpful. When you don’t have to focus on how to make things work for a service and also make it fit in a trailer, you’re able to focus so much more effort on continuing to reach out to the people we’re called to reach. We’ve been fortunate to have built and moved into a permanent facility in Statesboro.