An Ohio Baptist Church cuts debt to aid church planting

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Debt can limit a person's generosity -- and a church's.

Travis Smalley arrived at the Cincinnati-area Lakota Hills Baptist Church six years ago with a vision to plant churches locally, nationally and internationally. But just in Ohio, with just one Southern Baptist church for every 17,868 people, Smalley knew Lakota Hills couldn't reach everyone.

Yet Smalley's passion to start churches ran up against a major roadblock -- lack of funds.

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