Small Church, Big Footprint

Small Church, Big Footprint

Small Church, Big Footprint

Small Church, Big Footprint

“God has not called me to be successful; He has called me to be faithful.” –Mother Teresa

About five years ago my husband and I made the decision to say “yes” to God’s call to plant a church in the cultural arts district of Fort Worth. The last five years have produced a myriad of celebrations, uncertainties, and emotions.

Some seasons have been phenomenal as we experienced growth and excitement as new believers made 7 City their home church.

Other seasons have been less than exciting.

Although we expect, and maybe even plan for, difficult seasons, slow growth can still take an emotional toll on planters…

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Karen Blandino is a pastor's wife, Texan, mother and counselor. She holds a Master's Degree in Counseling from TCU and a Bachelor of Arts in History from UTA. She has served 14 years in education and is currently working on her LPC. She and her husband planted 7 City Church in Ft. Worth, Texas where they serve as lead pastors.

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