CLARK & ANN PEDDICORD
Clark and Ann Peddicord have spent their lives helping reach Europe for Christ. Today they lead the "Haus Nazareth" in Berlin. Their ministry, "Philosophia International," confronts the secular culture, religious claims and worldviews of our time, in a new form of missionary fellowship. Dynamic Christianity, embedded in a vital community of committed believers, offers a way for urban, educated, post-modern, men and women to take a new look at faith in Jesus. The Peddicords sense that God has called Calvary Boise and "Philosophia" together "for such a time as this."
"Philosophia International" is committed to being on the frontline in facing the secular culture of our age and confronting the thought-life, religious claims and worldviews of our time, in a new form of missionary fellowship – or, rather, the rediscovery of an old one. The early followers of Jesus did not just preach the message of Jesus; they lived it together in revolutionary, intentional communities of faith where they shared "every-day life" with each other. Dynamic Christianity, embedded in a vital community of committed believers, offers a way for urban, educated, post-modern, men and women of today to take a new look at faith in Jesus.
WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
Support one of the many needs of a missionary –
a. Encouragement (practical and spiritual)
b. Logistics (administratively coordinating state-side support)
c. Finances (give liberally and joyfully)
d. Prayer (sign up for the prayer team, receive daily prayer requests and pray daily)
e. Communication (intentionally staying in touch with missionaries and their families)
f. Re-Entry (When they return to the States provide temporary residences, cars, travel support, gas, etc.)
Short-Term visit – Calvary Boise desires to send short–term teams to help with various outreaches.
Long-Term service – Calvary Boise desires to bolster the leadership and ministry teams of our missions.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you sense God’s leading to participate in any of these areas.