What is the Praetorian Project?
What Others Are Saying...
"Marines (and all service members) must overcome unique challenges in order to thrive in today's military society. The military environment, separation for training, deployments, combat, and homecomings all place great stress on the men and women who sacrifice so much for the freedoms that we all enjoy, their marriages and their families. The Praetorian Project specifically addresses this great ministry with a Biblical model for church planting whose goal is spreading the Gospel in Marine communities around the world."
- Robert Plantz
"The Praetorian Project has enabled us to partner with other churches and church planters in advancing the gospel among Marines. Knowing that the resources given to the Praetorian Project are actually putting sound planters on the ground, and enabling them to spread the gospel, continues to fuel our desire to support this gospel-endeavor."
-Naethan Hendrix, Stafford Baptist Church, Stafford VA
"I have worshiped at Pillar Church with Marines called of God to plant churches as leaders in the Praetorian Project." I tell you, they excel in passion, communicate with a heart for the unreached for Christ, and are thoroughly mentored for the work God has called them to do. When I heard about and saw the Praetorian Project video I immediately began informing every church leader I could. Our church is on board with this mission project and I am a personal advocate."
- Dannie Williams, First Baptist Church, Lyons, GA.
As a church committed to planting, our people have grown accustomed to this type of partnership. However, I was surprised to see so many in our congregation connect with the vision and heart of The Praetorian Project and blessed to see them pull together to give and get involved. What a great opportunity we now have to support this ministry among America's Marines to see the gospel bearing fruit around the world.
- Matt Eachus, Temple Baptist Church, Half Moon NY
"Our church has a culture of both church planting and a deep appreciation for those who serve our country. In hearing of the Praetorian Project we were challenged towards a vision that not only served our military and their families, but more importantly challenged us in our responsibility in Great Commission through church planting. It is a great joy for us to partner with the Praetorian project to help meet the greatest need of those who serve our country by introducing them to the gospel of Jesus and discipling them toward maturity wherever they are stationed"
- Scott Fischer, Temple Baptist Church, Half Moon NY