These are 4 building blocks of how we build a "family structure" throughout culture and across society. Together, we can be the government of hope that Jesus carried in on His shoulder, and the increase of His government and peace that will know no end. We want to help you bring this blueprint to life in your community
This is a superior, internal form of freedom that is not based on circumstances, or government. When we are free from the inside-out, we are no longer dependent on the systems and power structures of the world to provide this for us. We are free to influence more than be influenced. This inside-out freedom liberates us from fear. We are free to live beyond survival, beyond preservation, beyond self. We no longer live for freedom, we live from it.
Freely we have received, freely we give. When giving is legislated, it typically brings division. But when generosity is stimulated, it almost always brings multiplication. Fear based thinking makes us “defensive” and protective of what we have in our hands and divides us from one another. But an “Offensive” mindset knows that we won’t ever run out when we give freely, with faith, across society together. Everyone has something to give. When we are free of fear, that place of protection can be replaced with a spirit of generosity.
We are made to come together as the fabric of society, beyond the walls of institution or organization, much like a quilt made up of different contrasting parts that create a treasured whole. When we shift our focus from building the four walls of our “square,” to using our unique strength freely for the reformation of society, we will create an uncommon unity of generous givers whom together, with God, will not run out. Together, we can provide our divided world with a mended picture of what unconditional hope and love truly look like.
We have to implement and facilitate a culture of empowerment. Empowerment is the authentic, forward-multiplying cord that replaces the cord of dependence that many of the counterfeit agendas are built upon. We use our unique strengths to empower others in their special strengths, helping them realize that they too have something to give. We are only as strong as our weakest link, and Jesus always made the lower things of the world His entry point for change. That said, this culture of empowerment must be infused from the bottom, up.