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Becoming a Vibrant Community of Faith

Our work will be done when EVERY Christian community of faith is a vibrant faith church.

You know, the kind of communities: Jesus-followers where people’s very lives and decisions flow from their faith in Jesus Christ. Communities of Jesus-followers have rich, deep, Christ-centered “because we’re family” relationships with people in their faith community and their homes.

And when those communities of faith are full of people of all ages who pray together and for one another. They pray for the restoration of the world God created, and they expect the Spirit to show up and help them do that work.

Our work will be done when churches and the families who are a part of them discover what God is calling them to do right there in the places that they live and work, and doing it.

Vibrant faith in Jesus Christ lived out in community changes everything. 

When we work with churches, we have the privledge to see real change: communities of faith moving from age-segregated to age-integrated discipleship. Changes like helping people develop rich relationships that grow beyond the time that people spend in the church building together. We see churches where people become able to talk about and live out their faith with one another and their neighbors. Churches who have a focused mission to do God’s re-claiming work for their neighbors and their community.

We work with hundreds of churches and ministry leaders each year to help these kinds of changes happen. We do that through our Vibrant Faith coaching, Leading Well for ministry leaders, training events and resources. What that change looks like is different for each church or ministry leader but we thank God that real change happens.

Whether you work with us or are well on the road yourselves, don’t quit till you are a vibrant community of faith.

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