What is Love INC?
Love In the Name of Christ is a proven outreach model that helps churches help people in need. It is one of the most effective management, mobilization, and networking tools available to churches today.
Using the Love INC model, local churches come together as a network. It's a cooperative effort that makes a lasting impact on individuals, families, and children in need.
Why do we need a Love INC in the Manteca area?
Private and government agencies provide many services, but they by no means meet today's growing demand of needs. Love INC's network of resources, skills, and volunteers helps close the gaps. More disadvantaged individuals are rebuilding their lives while costing communities less, thanks to Love INC.
Why do churches need Love INC?
Jesus gave us the great commission to love one another. Love INC helps churches turn that love into action. Many people never find an appropriate place to serve within their church. Love INC uses all the skills and talents a congregation has to offer. Time and again, Love INC volunteers tell how this type of service to others enriches and changes their lives.
Why does Love INC work?
There is an untapped army of volunteers in local churches who are ready, willing, and able to build relationships with those in need. Love INC gives volunteers safe, manageable, and specific opportunities to put their Christian faith and love to work.
How does Love INC work?
Love INC takes a "clearinghouse" approach. All resources and calls for help are funneled through the local Clearinghouse. Here requests are screened and matched with the most appropriate source for help.
Who benefits from Love INC?
People in need are provided with supportive relationships and sources for help. Local churches organize to more fully minister to their congregations and neighborhoods.
Do churches with differing doctrines participate in the same network?
Yes. As a matter of fact, Love INC currently has over 60 Christian denominations participating nationwide. God calls your church to minister to the poor in your community? There are individuals in your congregation who want to be involved in ministry? That's enough to begin a successful collaboration.