Starting Discipleship in your Ministry.
Multiply Disciple Makers
A 16 minute video on how to start discipleship with Journey in an existing ministry. Click on "Enroll in Course for FREE" above.
John Honeycutt accepted Jesus Christ as Saviour in 1960 and Cathy in 1971. John Honeycutt went to Asia as a teenager in 1972 as his parents were missionaries with the Bob Hughes family.
John and Cathy married in 1975 while in Baptist Bible College and have been in the ministry since 1977 being ordained in 1980. They have 2 daughters and 1 son who are all adults.
Responding to God’s calling in 1987 John and Cathy have personally planted 4 churches in Metro Manila, 1 in Hong Kong, partnered in the USA in starting 2 churches, and partnered with over 500 National church planters in Asia to establish churches.
World in Need International Baptist Mission is their Mission Agency. The Mission now consists of 7 sister organizations around the world that were established by the Honeycutts. Currently the Mission has projects in over 20 countries. In 1987, their sending church was Northwood Baptist Church in Royal Oak, Michigan.
In recent years, “doors” have opened to minister to Chinese and they spend the majority of their time on this focus. They personally plant churches and partner with National Church planters.
Rev. John Honeycutt is the author of the “Journey” discipleship lessons used in over 24 countries. In free areas, when they start a church, it is with a trained team of nationals that are experienced soul winners and disciplers.
They have 30 days of outreach every day and church services every night. During that time they are winning souls to Christ, conducting outreach Bible studies, gaining one on one disciples and have a church service every day. There are 30 objectives they are endeavoring to reach in the first 30 days.
In closed countries or areas, the objectives are the same but the strategy is different.
Partnering with National Church Planters
Their partner church planters have completed training in their ministry or through their home church and they have experience in pastoring and church planting; they are not new to the ministry.
In addition, these new pastors believe in starting other churches with their own personnel and resources once they become self-supporting.