Instead of bringing new Christians through the doors, our goal is to grow and mature existing Christians into committed followers.
Plano, TX (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
Changing the Face of Christianity aims to see ALL Christians authentically loving God and loving others. The organization recently released its 3-year strategic plan to make progress towards seeing that vision become a reality.
R. Brad White, Founder of Changing the Face of Christianity, Inc. says "Creating true Disciples of Jesus Christ is at the top of our priority list. Instead of bringing new Christians through the doors, our goal is to grow and mature existing Christians into committed followers. Our email-based Discipleship Program had a successful start in 2013' with over 100 pairs of Mentors/Mentees served. We also look forward to partnering with local churches in developing a systematic process for creating Disciples over the coming years."
More information about this new vision as well as Changing the Face of Christianity's strategic three-year plan, can be found here: http://www.changingthefaceofchristianity.com/mission-and-vision/.
About Changing the Face of Christianity Inc.
Changing the Face of Christianity Inc is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit Texas corporation, started in 2010 by Founder and President R. Brad White. Their vision is to see all Christians authentically loving God and loving others. Their mission is to help Christians live Christ-transformed lives by creating awareness of the need for transformation, through discipleship, biblical teaching, and helping Christians generously love and serve others.
About R. Brad White, President and Founder of Changing the Face of Christianity Inc
For over half of his life, Brad was an unshakable Atheist. But after a miraculous sign from God in 2005, he shed his blind disbelief and became a believer. Brad felt called to start “Changing the Face of Christianity” in 2010′. Brad is available for speaking events, interviews, radio segments, opinion pieces, guest blog articles, and commentary on our Christian faith and culture.