From Knowing To Doing: How Chalmers Ambassadors Are Helping Ministries Incorporate Helping Without Hurting Principles

Earlier this week, Justin Lonas, Director of Foundational Products at the Chalmers Center, hosted a webinar with two of our Ambassadors and two ministries they recently served. During the conversation, Justin shared that the basic premise of the Ambassador program is discipleship. Our purpose in training and sending out Ambassadors is to support churches and organizations as they walk alongside and empower people in their community who are facing the challenges of material poverty. 

Our Ambassadors are trained to bring Chalmers’ principles and practices together. They help ministries understand how they can transition their ministries toward helping without hurting principles.

Be sure to watch the replay from the webinar below. You’ll get to hear from Jim Faber and Ambassador Kevin Peyton about how a larger church can shift its ministry model toward helping without hurting principles. You’ll also hear from Matt Miller and Ambassador Lisa Sheltra about how a network of ministries can get their member organizations thinking differently about holistic ministry.

We hope this conversation will help you understand how your church or organization can live out helping without hurting principles in practical ways. If you have questions or would like to explore how your church or ministry can work with a Chalmers Ambassador, click here.

(At this time, Chalmers Ambassadors are only able to work with churches and ministries in the U.S. and Canada.)

The Chalmers Center

The Chalmers Center

The Chalmers Center helps God’s people rethink poverty and respond with practical biblical principles so that all are restored to flourishing.

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