You were created for something good and your creator is calling you, ThereforeGo!
We have all have been given the command to love and serve our neighbors. But for many churches, a travel-based mission trip is not an option. This may be because of the COVID-19 pandemic, or there may be some other obstacles to travel. To address this need, Therefore Go Ministries has created a mission opportunity called SERVE@Home.See How it Works
Help Youth and Emerging Adults Become Lifelong Followers of Jesus
Hearing and responding to God’s call on our lives doesn’t end at graduation, it’s a lifelong process. ThereforeGo is here to provide resources and advice for parents and church leaders to have rich and impactful conversations about calling, purpose and direction with youth and emerging adults.
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Helping churches challenge youth and emerging adults to commit their lives to Jesus Christ and transform this world for Him.
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“Through just this past week, I have found what it really means to be free—to be so free in Jesus Christ that I feel like I have to tell the world. SERVE changed my life and got me back on track. Praise God!”
“How wonderful would it be if all teenagers at some point during their high school years could travel on a SERVE mission trip and get a clearer understanding of God’s purpose for their life sooner, rather than later?””
“This week has made me want to continue getting close to God and keep pushing myself to serve him and his people. All the worksites taught me that it isn’t just me helping people, they are also helping me.”