By David Dawson
Baptist and Reflector
MONTREAL — Although the ground is hard and the labor is challenging, substantial progress is being made in the harvest fields in Montreal, Canada.
The enormous city, with a population of almost six million in the metro area, is the most unchurched area in North America. But there is a gradual groundswell taking place, with a number of new churches gaining momentum across the city.
“Montreal was once known as the place where church plants go to die,” said NAMB President Kevin Ezell. “Thankfully, that is beginning to change.”
Propelled by a collection of young and vibrant pastors who are carrying the banner, the gospel is now being shared in a city where most of the citizens have a deep-seated negativity toward the church as a whole. [Read more…]