We had a great time this weekend at the God’s Truth Project Scavenger Hunt in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Teams learned about how God’s Truth speaks into different situations and posted photos to Twitter under the #gtp_fl hashtag.
Here are just a few of the photos!
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Diandra Hoskins shares her struggle to apply the truth of the Gospel to her daily life.
Have you had this challenge?
God’s Truth for Diandra
This is a question I have always wrestled with- what impact can I make on the world? What does my calling to ministry mean and look like? How can I change the world? How do I pursue and live a just life?
I grew up as a missionary kid. I’ve grown up seeing the worst kinds of poverty, being exposed to the most horrific tragedies, and the evilest injustices. Read more >
Roxie, our wonderful God’s Truth Project intern, shares how God’s Truth has brought light into her life. How has God’s Truth impacted your daily reality?
God’s Truth in the Darkness
Growing up I was petrified of the dark. I felt like the darkness was alive with ethereal beings halfway between this world and another. All of my nightmares, insecurities, and fears were manifested in its oppressive presence. I couldn’t see my monsters, but I was positive that they could see me, and I felt helpless and powerless in response. Read more >
God’s Truth for the Disabled
One of our friends here at God’s Truth Project has a burden and passion to reach people with disabilities with the Gospel. Dan’l uses Luke 14:12-24 to both encourage those with disabilities and call the church to action.
Check out these facts:
- According to the World Health Organization 10% of the world’s population has a disability. With a world population today of 7 billion that translates to 700 million people who have a disability.
- Only 5% to 10% of the world’s people affected by disability are effectively reached with the Gospel.
What is God’s Truth declaring to us today? Andy explores this question. What do you think?
God’s Truth for Christians
I am a Christian. I have often believed lies.
We all resonate with compelling causes: “God’s Truth for…child soldiering…human trafficking…[insert cause you are passionate about here]….” When we see grievous injustices taking place, a voice rises up within us and shouts, “No! This must end!”
If you are reading this, chances are you are NOT a child soldier or a victim of human trafficking.
At our God’s Truth event, we wanted to find out how God’s Truth touches people’s lives. So- we decided to record what each person said on polaroids. Needless to say- we’ve collected a lot of them. Here are some we loved.
Here’s Amanda’s view of God’s Truth. How do you apply God’s Truth to your life?
God’s Truth for Amanda
I was playing a pretend princess game with a young girl I know. We were dressed in pretty pink dresses and sat outside sipping our “tea” and doing princessy things. “I’m married,” she said, with her baby doll “child” sitting next to her. And, yes, she also had a prince. As we continued to talk she said something that really surprised me, “I used to be married to this other king, but then he kicked me out of my bed for another queen, so I divorced him!” She is seven years old and this is her pretend world.
I love this mini-documentary because it expresses exactly what the heart of God’s Truth Project is, and that is this, the gospel of Jesus Christ is the hope of the world. I think that the executive director of Unearthed, Tony Anderson shows incredible insight when he says,
“Even if we were to rescue every victim of sex trafficking today there is still gonna be a demand for millions and millions and millions of new slaves tomorrow.
We are launching our “God’s Truth for…” series. This series will focus on how God’s Truth can bring life in a specific situation. Here is Taka’s view on how the Truth of God’s Word can change the lives of the people in his home nation of Japan.
Japan has been brought down, but it has been able to bring itself back to its feet economically, politically, and socially. This nation once prouded itself to be Asia’s dominant power during the World War, but had to admit its defeat. Read more >