1. Restoring the world <b>one relationship<br />at a time</b>

    Restoring the world one relationship
    at a time

    Restoring the world one relationship
    at a time

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Scattered

What is the Church? Often, we tend to define “church” as a building or as a time that we meet together to worship. However, God tells us in His Word that the Church is a People, His People. And so, when the gathering ends and we leave the building, we don’t cease being the people of God, but rather take “Church” to wherever God has called us to be until we Gather again. There’s a rhythm to this, every week, we gather as the Church, and then we scatter as the Church. So the question is, who are we when we’re not in the building together? We are the Church Scattered.

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Scattered into Government

Andy Nearpass. September 24, 2017

God calls us to serve in various roles at our local schools within public offices, not shy away from these areas. We can be strong advocates and give a voice to the voiceless by respectfully influencing government policy. (possibly tie in with some World Vision advocacy workshop ideas?). Influencing government with our integrity and Nehemiah 2 as a good example of this.

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Each of our lives is an unfolding story that connects to God's story. Whenever we tell our stories, we show others who God is, how He loves and connects with us in a very personal way, for His Glory. In the stories featured, you will meet real people, in real relationships, living real life. We hope that they will impact your relationship with God and others, and inspire you to be a story-teller of God's transformation too.

September 3, 2016

Jacob Smith

Jacob shares stories of how God used him and others, in spite of fear and doubt, to spread His good message of love and forgiveness on Kome Island in Tanzania, Africa.