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We  support other ministries and non-profits 
Here is Why: 

1. Compassion and Love: Supporting other ministries and non-profits is an expression of compassion and love for others. It aligns with the teachings of Jesus Christ to love our neighbors as ourselves and to care for the vulnerable and marginalized in society. By partnering with and supporting these organizations, the church extends its reach and impact in meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of individuals and communities.

2. Collaboration and Unity: Supporting other ministries and non-profits fosters a spirit of collaboration and unity within the broader Christian community. It acknowledges that the church is part of a larger body working towards a common mission. By coming together and pooling resources, churches and organizations can accomplish more collectively than they could individually, amplifying their impact and effectiveness in serving others.

3. Stewardship of Resources: Churches recognize the importance of stewardship—responsibly managing the resources entrusted to us. Supporting other ministries and non-profits allows the church to leverage its resources effectively, ensuring that financial, material, and human resources are used in ways that make a significant difference in the lives of those in need. By partnering with established organizations, the church can benefit from their expertise, infrastructure, and experience, maximizing the impact of its support.

4. Fulfillment of the Great Commission: Supporting other ministries and non-profits contributes to the fulfillment of the Great Commission—to make disciples of all nations. These organizations often focus on evangelism, discipleship, and humanitarian efforts, providing opportunities for individuals to encounter the transformative power of the Gospel. By supporting their work, the church participates in spreading the message of Christ and building the Kingdom of God.

5. Leading by Example: When a church supports other ministries and non-profits, it sets an example for its members and the broader community. It encourages individuals to engage in acts of service, generosity, and compassion. By actively supporting and participating in these organizations, the church demonstrates its commitment to living out its faith and making a positive difference in the world, inspiring others to do the same.

6. Holistic Ministry: Churches recognize that the needs of individuals extend beyond their spiritual well-being. By supporting other ministries and non-profits, the church can address the holistic needs of people—physical, emotional, social, and spiritual. This comprehensive approach to ministry reflects the heart of Christ, who ministered to the whole person and sought to bring healing and restoration to every aspect of their lives.

Supporting other ministries and non-profits allows the church to extend its impact beyond its own walls and directly engage with the diverse needs of the community. It is a tangible expression of the church's mission to be a light in the world, bringing hope, healing, and transformation to individuals and society at large.

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