Connecting churches for effective, relational outreach

Every day in any given community, people are struggling with spiritual, physical, emotional, relational, and/or material needs.

Within the same community, churches are called by God to care for their neighbors, share resources, invest relationally, and show the love of Christ. Yet, no one church can meet all of these multifaceted needs, nor should they be expected to. It takes collaboration across denominational lines and among the community.

For over 45 years, Love INC has helped connect the calling of local churches to the struggles of the community in a way that is collaborative and holistic. It’s already happening in over 110 communities across 29 states, and it could happen in yours.

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We believe the local church is God’s answer to community brokenness and a part of His plan of redemption and restoration.

Local churches are drawn closer to Christ’s heart when they follow his example and calling to care for people in need. Therefore, we mobilize local churches to offer Redemptive Compassion®, a holistic approach to caring for people in all areas of life: spiritual, mental, emotional, relational, material, and physical.

Impact Stories

The Githogoro I Want

One of Love INC Kenya’s five affiliates serves the Githogoro slum and sees countless needs, many of which point back to the same root issue – poor sanitation. Without safe, affordable, and accessible drinking water, residents face a high risk of contracting communicable diseases such as typhoid and

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Once He Needed Help and Hope; Now He Helps Others

Robert McCormack suddenly found himself with no place to live 10 years ago. His bank account had been wiped out. He had his two little girls in the back seat and their car was running out of gas on Bozeman [Montana’s] 19th Avenue. “I was kind of desperate,”

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A Year of Trials and Triumphs

Love INC of Benton County, OR In early March, it became clear that we were going to have to operate outside of our norms in order to continue meeting needs in our community. This looked like developing new ministries, remotely training volunteers, and onboarding many new processes to

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