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Gracefolk:
the ministry

I. VISION
II. PURPOSE
III. PRAYER

 
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ABOUT

Gracefolk: the ministry


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Hello and welcome!

My name is Hillary and I’m really happy you found the Gracefolk Collective, a ministry created out of love for God with a desire to bless and minister truth to women. The Lord has given me a profound love for Scripture and the gift of writing, and while I’m not a pastor or licensed counselor, I preach the gospel of grace and joyfully share the goodness and grace of God our Father, Savior, and Holy Spirit.

(Find my story here.)

I believe that Jesus came to save the world, not make the world comfortable.

By freely sharing what God has given, I hope to inspire a grassroots movement of women who love truth and are committed to God and the integrity and authority of Scripture. Because the Lord has healed and ministered to me with unspeakable grace, I cannot help but share the One I love. I pray that my writing & work encourages other women fall in love with Him and find joy in a Spirit-filled life.

My vision:

To bless, nourish and heal by sharing the goodness and grace of God.

My purpose:

To love the Lord my God with all my heart, soul, mind & strength and to love my neighbor as myself. To walk in the Spirit with wisdom and grace. To honor my Father. To use the gifts, wisdom and resources God has given me to be a blessing to the body.

My prayer:

That God will reach all women with the love and knowledge of Him so that they will be saved and grow in grace and truth. That these beloved women will bravely hold fast to the word of truth and not waver from the powerful teachings of Scripture, despite the efforts of modern culture to undermine sound doctrine. That we will not seek the praise of men, or other women, but the praise that comes from God.

If you’d like me to say a prayer for you, send me a message! 

 

 Gracefolk:
the movement

I. VISION
II. PURPOSE
III. PRAYER

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ABOUT 

Gracefolk: the movement


We are grace artists.

We are called to proclaim the love and truth of God, and will not water down the gospel to make others comfortable. We are also called to gentleness, tender mercies, and compassion. We are to love our neighbors as ourselves. We are called to the liberty and love of Jesus the Messiah, who forgives sin and gives us the gift of His righteousness. We are called to serve the Lord and share the gospel with a hurting and hungry world.

As a movement, the Gracefolk Collective ministers to the living needs of women by following a biblical expression of faith and love. As we are able, and with the sustenance God has given us, we supply food, clothing, services, prayer or emotional support offered from our own resources to women in our local community. We are humbled to touch someone else’s life in a warm and real way, and view this work as the holy, healing art of grace.

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“But whoever has this world’s goods, and sees his brother in need, and shuts up his heart from him, how does the love of God abide in him? My little children, let us not love in word or in tongue, but in deed and in truth.” 1 John 3:17-18

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The Gracefolk Collective

While we tend to the needs of others, we also value personal relationships centered around our common faith, where our connection is alive with love for the Lord and one another. We who have been redeemed through the blood of Jesus connect when possible through prayer, meeting for coffee, and showing up in the flesh to be a blessing however we can.

You can learn more by visiting Gracefolk: gather and by joining the Gracefolk newsletter for all latest developments. While gathering in person is a local experience, we also connect worldwide through social media to encourage and pray for one another. Find us on Instagram and hopefully soon on YouTube.

Vision:

To bless, nourish, and heal by sharing the goodness and grace of God.

Purpose:

To supply food, clothing, services, prayer or emotional support to women in need as a biblical expression of faith and love.

Prayer:

That God is glorified through how we love and minister to one another, and that our words and lives demonstrate the power of the gospel of grace.


“If a brother or sister is naked and destitute of daily food, and one of you says to them, “Depart in peace, be warmed and filled,” but you do not give them the things which are needed for the body, what does it profit? Thus also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead.” James 2:15-17 

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