If you read the ten guiding principles formulated by Grow Ministries you will see that our underlying goal is to support and equip congregations to move from isolated programs for children and young people to an intergenerational ministry culture. Your prayer support and willingness to be a part of this transformation is making all the difference to our church families.
How we serve
Creating learning communities
If we are open to learn and explore new avenues of sharing the gospel, we can be a part of the culture shift in our congregations and homes. You probably won't meet many people who say they've mastered life as a Christian. But when teachable we learn from God and the wealth of gifts from every generation.
Investing in faith, not behaviour
Ministry starts with the heart, not outward action. When we generously sow the word of God, bear one another's burdens and witness to each other, we trust God to bear fruit of changed lives in children, youth and families.
Nurturing one family table
We want young people to experience a sense of belonging t to the w whole Christian community, not just to their own age group. Intergenerational relationships nurture important connections between people of different ages. These enable us to better practise faith in homes, congregations and workplaces.