“Transform Our World” is a collective of people and organizations devoted to changing the world for the better, created by Harvest Evangelism. Ed Silvoso created an online service available through the Transform Our World Network called “Adopt a Street” and “Adopt a Cop.”
In a religious and cultural environment in which followers of Jesus are often known more for what they are against than what they are for, the Evangelical Alliance in the UK devised a new approach. Instead of boldly proclaiming what they are against, they decided to instead share what they are for.
Coastal Church in Vancouver B.C. recently hosted a Catholic-Evangelical Conversation. The core of the two-hour event was a gracious exchange between Brett Salkeld, archdiocesan theologian for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina, and Jeff Greenman, president and professor of theology and ethics at Regent College.
The One Church Network was founded by Emma Baltezore to promote unity among organizations and churches with similar mission-minded goals.
Thrive Collective partnered with NY CityServe, the Luis Palau Association, World Vision, and neighborhood churches to distribute school supplies to 3,000 students at eight elementary schools in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Queens, together with the Bronx schools World Vision New York already serves through their Teacher Resource Center.