Carolyn Kinsman, 31/08/2018
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If you have a heart to see women, men and children reached with the good news of Jesus Christ, to see lives transformed and people set free to be all that God has created them to be, then why don’t you consider joining the Church Army Mission Community?

We are a community that models DARE (Doing, Advocating, Resourcing and Equipping evangelism) to enable these islands to be transformed by the gospel of Christ.  We may not all be evangelists, but we can all grow in Christian witness to our nation.  We appreciate the different gifts and experience people bring that enrich us and makes the body more complete.
 
Matt Arnold is a Community member.  He says: “I feel a strong affinity with Church Arm’s values and their support of those who are called to be the hands, feet, mouth, eyes and ears of Jesus.  It is a great sense of relief to find those who will affirm pioneers in their calling.  I look forward … to being at home among other pioneering evangelists.”

Is God guiding you to explore your fit and how you belonging in Church Army?

Benefits:

  • Be part of something bigger
  • Meet like-minded people with a passion for mission and evangelism
  • Learn to hone your faith sharing (DARE)
  • Opportunity to get involved in front-line evangelism
  • Receive support from the Community
  • Involvement in the Learning Community
  • Use Church Army’s free resources
  • Build community and relationships with community members locally and nationally
  • Attend local and national gatherings and retreats
  • Gain a greater understanding of God’s missionary heart 

Responsibilities:

  • Prayer support
  • Financial support
  • Share your learning and experience
  • Give practical help to Community members
  • Commit time to be at community gatherings 

To find out more about belonging please contact our Mission Community Team or why not come along to our Discovery Day on Saturday 10 November to find out about what Church Army is doing today and find out how you can get involved.

 

Carolyn Kinsman, 31/08/2018