We all have vision.
We wake up and we envision how our day will go. We envision what we will do when we get home from work that day. We envision what we will eat or when we will have our first coffee. If we are British, we envision what the weather will be like!
Vision is what we use to perceive or imagine a future situation. It can be on a smaller scale, day to day, or a larger scale. Having a vision gives us purpose. Having a vision motivates us. Having a vision directs our thoughts and actions. In fact, the Bible tells us that without vision, people perish (Proverbs 29:18).
But here’s the thing- if you want to see your vision come to pass, you have to do something about it. Vision will have no value unless there are steps to make it a reality.
As an All Nations church family, our vision is, ‘for all people to glorify God through knowing Christ, becoming like Christ, and making Christ known.’
We are committed to Jesus, to following him, to a kingdom lifestyle and extending this kingdom to all nations and communities.
One of the ways that we do this is through the All Nations Leadership College. Our vision is to raise up disciples who are passionate and unrelenting in their devotion to Jesus and living that out in their communities.
Jesus knew that the vision for his life was, ‘to proclaim good news to the poor… freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour.’ Luke 4:18-19.
When we say yes to Jesus, his vision becomes our vision.
The College is relational, theological and practical, equipping you in your journey of discipleship. We envision a generation of men and women who grow in skills, theology and application. We desire all people to hear the good news of Jesus and for his presence to permeate every sphere of society.
Will you join us?
You are invited to our Taster Evening on Wednesday 5th July, 7pm on Zoom. Email [email protected] for details.
For more information, see: https://allnationsmovement.org/college