Ignite Compassion. Restore Justice. Transform Communities.
We all too often can look at the pictures and statistics of the evil going on all over the world and feel overwhelmed and hopeless.
We are stunned, shocked and left in a place of despair. It all seems too much. What can we possibly do about it?
And then Micah answers that question for us with:
“He has shown you, O man, what is good. What does the LORD require of you, but to act justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God?”Micah 6:8
He calls us to bring a heart of justice together with a heart of compassion, carried in the foundation of walking in intimacy with God.
Walking with God, we get to know His heart for the vulnerable, which compels us to act with compassion and justice, working with the Holy Spirit to see the transformation of nations that reflects His original designs.
Micah parallels the great commandment of
“Love God wholeheartedly and love your neighbour.”Matthew 22: 37-39
Here at Ignite 6:8, we make every effort to love God, know His heart and to live out compassion and restore justice, by extending God’s love and hope to our neighbours, especially the vulnerable, bringing freedom by applying God’s truth in every area of life.
Our focus as a ministry is the vulnerable in our neighbourhoods and the nations. The poor, the hurt, the neglected, the persecuted, the exploited and the abused. They have value and worth. Our vision is to see their lives and communities transformed by truth and love.
God reminds us of the hope we have in Him. He has triumphed over evil and death.
His will will be done on earth. Freedom and life will come. Transformation will happen.
Every spark of compassion, no matter the size,
Word of truth, no matter the loudness,
or Act of justice, no matter the scope,
we trust in the hope of the knowledge that God uses it all for His glory.
Have a look through our website for ways you can join us in raising your voice, acting with compassion and bringing transformation.
“I alone cannot change the World, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”– Mother Teresa