Humanitarian Focused Design
I am mesmerized by the virtue and vision that exudes from Emily Pilloton as she shares this TED talk. I am intrigued and inspired by the implications this has if applied to our ministry mission.
“In order to do good, you first have to do something.” — Emily Pilloton
What if the plight of our aging Adventist churches in the North American Division got injected with this type of pragmatic, innovative thinking? What if we fueled talented young adults like Emily to foster constructive change to redeem rural religiosity, sparking a revolution that dares to do ministry business differently. I dream of a day where it becomes part of our ministry culture to invest in new generations.
Listen to what Emily is sharing and contextualize it to our ministry aspirations. I would be eager to read your reflections and commentary.