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InFaith has a simple mission: we want to enable people, empowered by the Spirit, to love others because Jesus first loved them. It's that simple. We have people all across this nation reaching their local communities on a mission to testify about Jesus.
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What's Next?

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God calls us all to reach locally, but He calls us in unique ways. What's your part? Pray for us. We want God's presence to rest on us. We want the truth of God's redeeming work in the world to be realized in the United States. Give to us. If you have a passion for the United States, we can...
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Circle: Autumn 2016

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Reach Local. Kids’ Lives Change.

Children are often the ones forgotten and ignored in the face of poverty or addictions at home. Many who serve with InFaith love and care for the next generation in their communities by providing programs that share the amazing truths of God’s love and create consistent, safe environments.

Jim & Teri Wilson in Kearney, Nebraska

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November 2016

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Circle: Spring 2016

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Reach Local. Change Lives.

An intricate golden temple sits on the street corner across from Mifflin Square Park, with whiffs of exotically flavored meat on a stick filling the air from street vendors’ stands. It feels like a scene out of an adventure movie set in Asia, instead of what it is – a city block in South Philadelphia, just

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November 2016

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Circle: Autumn 2015

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I Reach Local Because I Live Here.

“This is my valley,” Rick Ediger says, pointing across the central Colorado landscape, his rough hands hinting of car oil around his fingernails. “This is the place God has given me [for ministry]. Aren’t I lucky?” he adds as tears pool in the corners of his eyes.

Earlier that day, Rick had been

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November 2016

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September 2015

Reach Local in Southwest Washington

Lewis and Clark concluded their pioneering survey of the western United States in southwestern Washington. This beautiful area stretching along the Pacific coast with Portland to the south, Seattle to the north, and overlooked by Washington’s highest peak – Mt. Rainer – once again needs a pioneering survey, but this time of a spiritual nature

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September 2015