Jesus invites us into a personal relationship that involves building for His kingdom. This month we share how "Building for the Kingdom" involves responding to emergencies, taking a stand against injustice, and getting personally involved in the lives of the poor.
Sue Bazzana, Head of Church Partnerships, World Vision Australia
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In this edition of Pulse:
If the Christian mission is about building for the kingdom, what does this mean? And why do we build for the kingdom, and not just build the kingdom?
The generosity of strangers is now critical in meeting the basic needs of children and families who have fled the conflict in Syria. Their future is uncertain.
Christians across Australia prepare to speak out against the injustice of human trafficking and slavery on Abolitionist Sunday, 24 November. Scott Anderson, from Bayside Church in Melbourne's south-east, discusses why his church is taking action.
Claire Birks saw World Vision's work firsthand on her trip to India with Global One. She shares how the people she met inspired her to raise awareness about child labour and encourage other young people to challenge injustice.