Rebuild the Ancient Ruins


As For the Love of Missions explored our future, we took the time to reflect on our beliefs, defining some of the key terms we use. Generational Cycles of Poverty are the false thinking, destructive patterns of behavior, and damaging societal influences that keep generations of families trapped in similar situations. Generational cycles of poverty are often specific to a family line but also can be reinforced by the culture. 

Isaiah 61:1-4 is the foundational scripture of For the Love of Missions. In it you can see the vision of transformed generational cycles of poverty. The beautiful picture of transformed cycles of poverty is that those who were brokenhearted, captive, in mourning, and in despair are healed by Jesus so that they can rebuild the ancient ruins and renew the ruined cities that have been devastated for generations.

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