After attending a Timothy Leadership Training event on Christian Stewardship, one pastor recruited his church members to transform a local piece of land from a garbage dump to a community park.
In Western Canada, the pandemic shut the door on indoor gatherings and outreach events, so community gardens became places where church members and neighbors could meet and experience the love of Christ.
As new cultures increasingly become part of our neighborhoods, how do we follow Jesus' command to "love your neighbor as yourself?"
People from throughout the world are living in our communities today. How we react to them, and what we say, is part of our Christian witness.
Your church's calling is to be a light to the world. But how do you get started making plans to recover this purpose? It all starts with prayer.
Here are a few ideas on how to live out God's mission from those of us who live and work in Eastern Canada.
While at Tesoros de Dios, my missional mindset grew to a posture of listening and learning, rather than speaking out from my own ideas and culture.
Sometimes we see outreach as transactional. Resonate's Rich Braaksma invites you to reform the way you think about neighborhood ministry.