Hope Exchange continued to grow and expand their opportunities to serve and engage the community in 2021. Some highlights of last year’s work included becoming a full-time ministry with a paid staff member, three new members joining the leadership team, three rounds of their Work Life class, three rounds of their Faith and Finances class, and over thirty Wednesday evening meetings of their Hope Exchange Community Group. They also strengthened their partnerships with Redeemer Church and Sunnybrook as well as forging five new partnerships with other churches and organizations.
These exciting highlights in 2021 set them up to be able to continue expanding their ministry this year. In their December newsletter, Levi and Kateri Gill reflected on the year, saying “I can’t help but think of all the work that still needs doing in our city… I can’t help but think of all the lives that need healing, all the relationships that need to be dipped into the vat of God’s redemptive grace.”
Pray for Hope Exchange’s work in 2022 as they continue to seek practical ways to serve and use their opportunities for God’s glory.
You can learn more about Hope Exchange by going to: Praying for Missionaries.