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  • Racial Reconciliation in Sacramento

    Sacramento, California is one of the most ethnically diverse regions in the country. Learn more about how churches are coming together across the city to bridge racial divides.

  • New field, New Hope

    The Cody Comets football team from Cody High School in Detroit, Michigan will play their home games this season on a brand new field, complete with Astro Turf and goal posts donated by the NFL team Detroit Lions.

  • Bridgetown Kids and Faith Cafe partner to serve local neighborhood

    This summer, a partnership between non-profit organizations and several churches in Portland, Oregon set the stage for a once-in-a-lifetime summer experience for local children.

  • HopeFest PHX 2014

    CityServe Arizona’s HopeFest PHX brings the community together to meet the immediate needs of uninsured, underinsured and underserved neighbors, and then connects them to resources that facilitate long-term solutions, independence and stability.

      • Loving Generously in Cumming, Georgia

        Using a model created by Perimeter Church in Johns Creek, Georgia, the Vine Community Church created a campaign to connect area churches together to bring about significant, God-glorifying change throughout the city of Atlanta.

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      • United by Design

        “United by Design.”

        These words stand boldly on the white wall. The colorful script welcomed dozens of guests all stopping by to view the new and beautifully equipped Adorned in Grace Design Studio, near SE 122nd and Lincoln Streets.

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What is a Gospel Movement?

A Gospel Movement is a united, sustainable effort by churches and cultural leaders to transform their city by meeting critical needs and sharing the love and message of Jesus Christ.

Gospelmovements.org is a place for movement leaders to connect and share ideas, as well as a place of learning for those interested in initiating or joining a movement in their city.

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