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January 24, 2021 | Doug Sauder
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Imagine schools, businesses, neighborhoods, families, entire communities walking with Jesus, loving one another, living generously, and radiating the truth of the gospel. Imagine South Florida full of people who are connected to God, one another, and those in need!
That’s what Vision 2023 is all about! It’s a city-changing five-year vision to make 60,000 new, passionate, fully-devoted disciples by 2023. We believe that as God’s people saturate the region with the gospel, generosity grows, stronger families are formed, the elderly are cared for, orphans, addicts, and widows find lasting hope, and true social changes happens.
Do you want to see South Florida changed for Christ? Get in the story with us today!
Come alongside us as we set out on some prayer walks over the various areas our Vision 2023 teams are impacting. You can pray on your own or ask a few friends to join you!
We believe prayer moves the heart of God. As we set out to accomplish this vision God has given us as a church, prayer will undoubtedly be our lifeline! Will you commit to praying along with us for the various projects we’ll be taking part in, for the people who will be working to carry out this vision, and for people to receive Jesus and become His disciples?
Get in the story by joining a Vision Team! As a team member, you’ll have the awesome opportunity to meet and work with other dynamic, passionate people to come up with strategies and develop action plans for your team’s specific area of influence. You’ll also get to take part in cool, innovative projects, build great relationships, and make an impact on countless lives.
For over three decades, God has used your generous gifts to accomplish amazing things here at Calvary and make a huge impact. During our Vision Weekends, our goal is to raise $1,000,000 so our Vision Teams can get to work! Any financial gift God places on your heart to give, no matter the size, will directly impact countless lives of people in South Florida.