The Cople Family

Taking A Step

When we started on this journey we had no idea what to expect. All we knew was that we loved what God was doing through Exchange and He was calling us to turn over more of our lives to His mission. After much discussion with the Elders, we mutually agreed that this was the next step. Throughout the Bible God asks many things of His people, all of which have one common thread — it would be impossible without Him.

Just like Abraham had faith that God would fulfill His promise to make a nation out of Him, we are trusting God to use us to build His kingdom in Rolesville, NC. We are stepping out in faith and partnering with Exchange to see the name of Christ magnified in Rolesville, and we would love for you to be a part of His story!

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Hear a little about our story and how we see God using us at Exchange

Kingdom Building Through Gospel Fluency

Kingdom Building

Rolesville is the fastest growing town in North Carolina. This means as the population grows, so does the number of people that do not know the saving grace-filled work of Jesus Christ. We want everyone who moves in to have a chance to hear this news. News that not only can change their lives, but those in their home, at their work, and even across the world.

Gospel Fluency

The most effective way to magnify the name of Christ is to speak of Him in every aspect of life — That is what it means to be gospel fluent. We believe that the best way to reach those around us is to realize that the grace of God can be seen in every aspect of life, and therefore can be shared in those same spaces. However, this can not be done by one person. That is why it is important to be teaching and training people to live in this same way. Part of our ministry at Exchange will be to help provide these spaces in the community through church-wide events, while also teaching and training individuals to see these spaces in every-day life.

We would love to sit down and talk about this more! If you would like to do this please feel free to email us at TJ@exchangenc.org


Why Are We Asking Others To Invest?

This is a very common question, and the simple answer is: Exchange just doesn't have the funds. We are a healthy growing church, however we are in need of people to come along side this specific need. We are looking for a team of people to come along this journey with us. There are many people that need to hear the saving grace that Jesus offers, and you can play a part in making that happen!

If you have more questions or would like to know more, we would love to sit down and have coffee, a phone call, or Skype session to share more about this.

What does it look like to partner with the Cople family?

Our hope is that everyone in Rolesville would hear about the grace and rest Jesus offers. Below are two ways you can invest with us, as we seek to make the name of Christ known in Rolesville.

Partnership Through Prayer

Prayer is the foundation and the fuel to what we are doing. We are in need of people that will pray for us regularly as well as the people we will be serving both at Exchange and in Rolesville. Pray that God will use us to draw those that are far from Him into His grace and mercy.

 

Partnership Through Giving

Part of committing to this calling means committing all of our time to the mission God has called us to. With your help in monthly partnership we will be able to devote more time to gospel-centered ministry that magnifies the name of Christ in Rolesville.

If this is something you would like to do, hit the button below and select "Ministry Partner (Cople)"

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The God Ask

There are many reasons we have decided to ask others to invest in this calling that God has given us to. We understand that this is a big "ask", which is why we refer to it as a "God Ask". We are asking God to fund His mission and we strongly believe He will. We just want to extend an opportunity of investment as you ask God how to best steward your finances

To learn more about this concept visit "God Ask" by Dr. Steve Shadrach