We need a transformation – and not just for those who don’t have a relationship with God. Christians need a transformation of how we think about God’s purpose and how we fulfill that purpose.
Just as it was in Jerusalem during the time of Jesus’ ministry, our city is also filled with people in desperate need. How do we get more workers into this mission field called Tucson?
Jesus transforms people who dare to believe that the hope they’re searching for is found in Him. But the status quo for most Christians is to wonder: Will I ever discover my purpose? Does God have a dream for me? Christians tend to forget… we need hope too.
Jesus Himself is our living hope, and He is calling us. He is calling believers who dare to hope for more than the status quo. You have a divine purpose. God has given you the passion and skills to fulfill that purpose.
There’s a reason the Author of our faith calls the harvest plentiful: it’s the place full of opportunity to transform lives the way He transformed us. The harvest is plentiful. Come and see.