Could you help five new workers share the good news of Jesus with children and young people who are not in church?
Over the last couple of years we realised that there were some key areas of the country that God was calling us to take the good news to. These are areas of dense population where the gospel needs to be shared outside of the church walls. Areas where the children and young people are but often the Good News just isn’t being heard.
The need was urgent so we used funds from our reserves, making the best use of the support that people like you had already offered and recruited five new regional workers as soon as we could, on fixed term contracts, to begin the work.
As you can see below they’ve done so much already, but a gift today could help them continue to share the good news of Jesus in ways that are fun, exciting and relevant.
You can ensure that Dan, Bob, Isaac, Lucy and Matty can continue in their mission.
The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Please help to ensure children and young people don’t miss out on the chance to find out about Jesus.
Your support could help Bob Goody
Bob really wants to see more churches engage and become more accessible to children and young people in their local communities.
Your support could help Dan Wicks
Dan would love to see four new community hubs with a sports ministry focus in North, South, East and West London, and he wants to develop good models of ministry that can be used by any church to reach children in their local communities.
Your support could help Isaac Rocke
Isaac would like to help children and young people understand what church is and he hopes to see a real impact on children's lives across the city of Birmingham.
Your support could help Lucy Pearson
Lucy has a desire to see an explosion of support in reaching children and young people with the gospel, and she wants to equip the church so they can speak into young people's lives.
Your support could help Matty Hawthorne
Matty has a desire to see the church in the Yorkshire area capture the vision of The 95 Campaign, and he really wants to see long-term fruit from all the different activities he is involved in.