on May 13, 2013
My first memorable stroke of conscience occurred when I was in the first grade. Walking home from school, I meandered into the neighborhood ...
The name, The 6:4 Fellowship, is simple and biblical, taken from the two vital priorities of Acts 6:4: prayer and the ministry of the Word. These priorities defined New Testament leadership and gave early church leaders the courage to say “no” to the distractions of lesser demands in order to focus on the supernatural heart of church leadership.
The 6:4 Fellowship is a pastor-to-pastor community. It is not oriented around a single ministry or personality. It is cross-denominational in make-up and led by a team of pastors who exemplify the values of Acts 6:4. We are not focused as much on what pastors are doing, but on what they are becoming.
"Pastors together, kneeling together, praying together, strengthening each other...so that we can come out of those times of fellowship, and see a move of God in the pastor's life, which will then convey into the lives of those who are sitting in the pews."
- Pastor Jonathan Falwell, Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg, VA
The 6:4 Fellowship exists to equip, encourage, and connect pastors toward the priorities of prayer and the ministry of the Word. The 6:4 Fellowship connects pastors, and provides them with practical equipping and regular encouragement in maintaining the heart of Scriptural and supernatural ministry.