Poverty Alleviation Evangelism

Mankind was made in the image of God to have a relationship with him. Before the human fall, Our worldview and understanding of poverty influences our chosen responses to the brokenness we see around us. In bringing a holistic response to the field of development, we view all aspects of human existence as being critical to achieving true wholeness as well as personal and social transformation. Our analysis should extend into a wider area of implications that may touch on spiritual, political and social aspects of families and of the whole community. Interventions may include spiritual value formation, political advocacy, or reconciliation of social relationships. We deal with people in their entirety and seek to engage in our work in ways that consistently and clearly point to the character and activity of God.