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Facebook Live: February 4, 2017

On February 4th people from various churches united as The Hope Movement​ to continue the work in transforming an abandoned lot on North Ave. into a Haven of Hope Community Garden, but part of that work of love is to not only plant seeds in soil but in hearts. With that in mind we set up a tent with a sign saying "Need Prayer" and the people came and asked for prayer, we preached the Gospel worshiped God and provided nearly over 80 meals and coffee to those in need.

Preaching The Gospel In Baltimore: February 4, 2017

On February 4th people from various churches united as The Hope Movement​ to continue the work in transforming an abandoned lot on North Ave. into a Haven of Hope Community Garden, but part of that work of love is to not only plant seeds in soil but in hearts. With that in mind we set up a tent with a sign saying "Need Prayer" and the people came and asked for prayer, we preached the Gospel worshiped God and provided nearly over 80 meals and coffee to those in need.

Video: Morning Devotion - Truth about God's Grace

Morning Devotion by Jonathan Roiz speaking from the heart about the Truth about God's Grace.

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Video: FaceBook Live Video - December 10, 2016

Jonathan, Founder of The Hope Movement sharing a message from our Haven of Hope Community Garden on North Ave. in Baltimore City and visiting a neighbor who lives next to our garden which was previously a vacant lot filled with drugs and prostitution.

 

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Video: Children worshiping God in the Haven of Hope - Escuintla, Guatemala

Although we are feeding children who lack food at home, although we are educating children who lack education from parents, the most important seed we can plant in their hearts is the Gospel.

 

Regeneration vs The Idolatry of Decisional Evangelism

We have no right to water-down the Gospel’s offense or civilize its radical demands in order to make it more appealing to a fallen world or carnal church members. Our churches are filled with strategies to make them more seeker-friendly, by repackaging the Gospel, removing the stumbling block and taking the edge off the blade so it might be more acceptable to carnal men. We ought to be seeker-friendly but we ought to realize that there is only one seeker and He is God. If we are striving to make our church and our message accommodation, let us make them accommodating to Him. If we are striving to build a church or ministry, let us build it on a passion to glorify God and a desire not to offend His Majesty. To the wind with what the world thinks about us. We are not to seek the honors of earth, but the honors of heaven.

 

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