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“See, I have given you this land before you go; go in and possess the land which the Lord swore to your fathers…………to give to them and their descendants after them” Deuteronomy Chapter 1 Verse 8 NKJV
Further Outlook – The Vision
The Lord Jesus Christ has been taking me on a very exciting journey! As many of you reading this newsletter are aware, I completed my working as part of the ministry team at Chawn Hill Church, Stourbridge 31st March 2009. I thank the Leaders of this Church for their blessing, support and encouragement, and for releasing me into new areas of service in the Kingdom of God.
A significant event in the process of transition and change was having been impacted by a message given by a Prophet, Martin Scott, who spoke 18th November 2008 in Walsall, West Midlands. Martin was addressing Christian Leaders at an event called Leaders Net. The Black Country Net is an informal grouping of over one hundred Churches and faith groups throughout the Black Country region, covering the boroughs of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton in the West Midlands and serving a total population of 1.2 million people. It exists for the “equipping the church to reach the people of the Black Country for Christ and see communities transformed.”
The subsequent exciting time of transition and concerted prayer has forged a clear vision for the future. The result is the launch of a new ministry called “Further Outlook”. This new vision embraces three specific aspects of community involvement as detailed below, which is being worked out in collaboration and partnership with Churches, projects, faith groups and community services in strategic locations. The focus is on geographical neighbourhoods of known high social deprivation initially in the Black Country.