“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, plead the widow’s cause.” – Isaiah 1:17
As believers we are called to seek justice and correct oppression, yet so few engage in this work. Why? Because it is costly. It requires a lot from us and there is no easy fix.
Though this process of becoming missional and engaged in Relief, Development, and Reform is best explored in-person, we want to be able to share our methods to all who wish to engage in this important Kingdom-building work. We have put together several assets to help guide the process, and are working on creating many more.
What Does The Process Of Transformation Look Like?
We captured Daisy’s story to help you better understand the process of the work we do and how it can transform a life. This is a wonderful video to watch if you are interested in training in our process to help others. Daisy’s story is shared in two parts. Click on the video below and when part 1 concludes, the part 2 will auto play.
With everyone who comes in we complete this assessment as a process that leads to relief work, development work, and reformation. We assess what is needed from this process.
One of the main ways to achieve growth and maturity.
We are called as believers to pursue justice and defend the vulnerable. In this video, Randy discusses reform work that is necessary to helping the poor, calling on believers to engage in Reform.