via Missio Alliance: An Unexpected Story of Church Partnership

There was restoration and reconciliation where it shouldn’t be possible. People from different backgrounds with diverse ways of thinking, coming to the table together, talking issues through, and forgiving one another. They had found not only a path to re-imagine mission in the city, but the path to family. 

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From Camper to Staffer: Jacob Reaves’ Summer at Impact!

Impact! Mission Camps have been an important part of my life for a long time. I have been to Impact four times before as a camper, and camp has always been a highlight of my summers. While I was at Impact during the summer of 2018, one of the staff members encouraged me to apply for staff for 2019. I submitted an application and was accepted, I and have spent this summer working for Impact Mission Camps. It has been one of the best summers of my life..

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Dream Big, and the Least of These

Sunday School/Bible study should lead our members to see people with God’s eyes. Some in our society discern whether to care or not based on socio-economic level, race, and appearance.We are called to look at the heart and see every person as a child of God. Though some may not feel comfortable at first coming to your church for Bible study, they may join you for a home Bible study or one in their community. First, they need to see you care—with Jesus’ compassion. When you do, you are ministering to Jesus himself, whether they come to your church or not.

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