Our goal is not to get people to just come to our church gatherings. Our goal is to remind and equip the Church, God’s people, to be the means through which Jesus makes Himself known in our neighborhoods, workplaces, schools, and in the places we recreate. Abraham Kuyper is famous for saying, “There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry: ‘Mine!’”
We don’t go to church; we are the church.
What if every Christian lived their life like this every day?
That is why it is so important that the Church in a city or region is united together on mission to make Jesus known in deed and word where we live, work, learn, and play.
Five Key Initiatives:
Towards that end, Saturate is committed to serving and supporting the formation of Gospel City Hubs where civic, business, and faith leaders collaborate together around five key initiatives:
- City-Wide Prayer
- Leader Health
- Disciple-Making Strategies
- Serving the City
- Starting New Churches and Kingdom Initiatives
We believe it will take a unified Church working together in all five areas to see a movement of gospel saturation take place in a city or region. Saturate aims to support the formation of these Gospel City Hubs and provide tools to equip people in each of these five initiatives. Already we are seeing several cities in the early stages of collaboration toward gospel saturation.
We created a three-part video series that provides even more information about establishing Gospel City Hubs. Watch the first video below:
Want to learn more? Check out the full Gospel City Hubs video series here. If you are not yet a Saturate Member, start your 5-day free trial today to access this and hundreds of resources towards gospel saturation.
Want to find out if leaders in your city are working together toward gospel saturation? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll let you know if we are aware of something happening in your city or region. Who knows, maybe God is calling you to begin a new work in your context!