Hunger, homelessness, illiteracy and medical needs are common problems in every community in America. Some look the other direction. Some feel helpless. Yet, there are churches throughout North America chipping away at the need one person—one relationship—at a time. It is through these relationships that people see, hear and receive the gospel in relevant and effective ways.
How will you bring people in your community closer?
“There should be a difference in the community because the church exists, and if it left for some reason, there should be a void that’s felt.”
— Ed Stetzer
About 45 million people in the U.S. are living below the poverty line.
15.5 million children in the U.S. and Canada live in homes with food insecurity.