We are stewards of the story of god.

As Christians, we believe that the story of God's redemption of all creation has been unfolding long before our lives today, and will continue to unfold long past our death in the future. Our life is just one piece of a larger narrative.

Everyone is a storyteller.

All people tell a story, whether consciously or subconsciously. In our modern day, we do this in exciting and creative ways that have never been seen before. Our story is encompassed by our Facebook pages and Instagram accounts. We share our story sitting across from a friend over a cup of coffee, or as we pass by a neighbor's home on an evening walk.

Sometimes, our story bubbles out on its own. The way a co-worker experiences us in the workplace--even in the way that we interact with strangers in the grocery store or on the highway. All of these things tell a story of who we are.

 

Try it! We suggest 3 questions to help realize your story:

Do I realize what story my life tells?

Do i treat my story as a craft?

Do i Intentionally share with others the work of Jesus in my life?

“My mouth will tell of your righteous acts, of your deeds of salvation all day long though their number is past my knowledge. I will come praising the mighty deeds of the Lord God, I will praise your righteousness, your alone. O God, from my youth you have taught me, and I will proclaim your wondrous deeds. So even to my old age and gray hairs, O God, do not forsake me, until I proclaim your might to all the generations to come.”
— Psalm 71:15-18

Transformation is contagious

We believe that the stories of other humans can illustrate the movement of God in the world.