Why Partnership Matters
January 3, 2018
January 3, 2018
That’s why we focus on partnership with indigenous Christians. We believe that those living in and amongst the orphans we support are the best-suited to minister Christ’s love to them.
“One associated with another…”
Partners work together toward a common goal. It doesn’t mean they’re the same in everything they do. Instead, they agree to associate with each other because they believe what they have in common outweighs what is different. Partners depend on each other and trust each other in order to bring their vision into reality.
“…especially in an action.”
The word “partner” is not supposed to be about a title. It’s supposed to be about doing something. True partners are focused on how they can put genuine work into their common goal to make the difference they want to make.
When we develop partners around the world, we’re entering into a partnership that is all about action. We want to protect the people the world has forgotten. We want to empower them to live great lives. We want to love them right where they are. We believe that our ministry partnerships are effective in making that happen.
But those partnerships don’t exist if we don’t have partnerships with you.
You—our volunteers, our sponsors, our supporters—associate with us to work toward this vision of making every child seen, heard, and loved. When you take action, the rewards trickle down to the very least of these. One decision on your part has that much power.
Looking for ways to get involved?
If you’re looking for a more hands-on approach to make a Kingdom impact, consider applying for one of our volunteer positions.
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