Serving. It happens when the love of God is released to the world because the love of God has been experienced. The Revolution is not just God revealing love to people, nor is it just God resurrecting people to new life by beginning a new revolution of their lives. It is the Revolution of God being released into the world.

If you have experienced a revolution in your life, you know the old patterns of thinking, acting, and living have to change. When people experience God’s Revolution it means serving becomes the outflow of a life that has been changed in a revolutionary kind of way. And if you are part of the Revolution it means there is the desire to change the world and systems that bring harm and brokenness to others. Serving is not as an activity but a way of life. It isn’t another layer that adds more to our lives, but the way of living out God’s revolutionary love into the world.

There is an old Chinese proverb that says, “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.” We want to teach people to fish. To change the systems. To offer hope. To give an alternative vision for life and help people obtain it. We do this through a number of different serving avenues that are constantly growing.

Are you ready to serve? Click on SERVING FORM to sign up for events.

You can also check out our Release Missions Partners and the latest upcoming events at their sites by clicking on the links below…

4th Avenue UMC
Family Scholar House
GO Ministries

Do you have an idea for a Release Serving Project/Initiative?
You can submit your ideas to the team for consideration by clicking HERE for a web form. The team will review all projects and your idea may be featured as one of our serving initiatives!

Serving Page Picture 02Burrito Riders

Like to ride your bike? Like to serve God and grow the Kingdom? The Burrito Riders is an awesome ministry to do both! You can either make breakfast burritos for the homeless community in downtown Louisville and/or deliver these tasty treats to them. The Burrito Riders ride twice per month on Saturday mornings and meet at the Kroger on Goss Avenue at 8:30 am to begin their ride. Ready to ride? Send our team your info by clicking HERE.