A melting pot of cultures; lots of young people; a venue – do you have the expertise to run a community outreach project? Do you have skills that could bless a community and create a safe space for the gospel to be shared? The community has typical inner-city social challenges, combined with immigrant communities from many nations. You would be working with local churches and other partners to help vibrant communities be formed among the least reached in London.
- Willingness to serve the wider community and learn to communicate your faith in a way that they understand.
- Speaks English and has a willingness to engage with other cultures
- Experience in sharing God’s love in an urban context
- Love the people and pray for them
As soon as possible
As long as possible
“During our leisurely stroll, we came across a pigpen,” remembers Inger. “No more finely kept grass; it ended where the enclosure began. Beyond the fence, the inhabitants had trampled the turf into deep, moist mud. I commented on the squelchy state of their pen. To my surprise—and slight dismay—my father reached over the fence and started to scratch one of the pigs behind its ears...We watched. The pig appeared to like it.”
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