Our current projects and future vision do not simply come out of our minds in the US as believers. They have arisen out of hearing the hearts and prayers of our leaders in each country we are serving in. Through many conversations with our national leaders, our vision is to see their dreams become reality and the greatest needs met in life-transforming ways.
The people of this world are in desperate need of the Good News – whether in word or in deed – and ServeNow is committed to making a difference, one life at a time.
2020 will go down in history as a monumental year due to the COVID-19 pandemic altering reality, halting many plans, and resulting in many necessary pivots. This was also true for ServeNow. However, we determined early on that we were not going to get caught up in everything we could not do, but stay focused on what we could do. Philippians 1:12 contains a statement written by the Apostle Paul while he was in prison. He too faced all kinds of challenges, restrictions, and limitations because of his circumstances imposed on him by the outside. But in that verse, he reminds the Philippian believers of this truth: Now I want you to know, brothers and sisters, that what has happened to me has actually served to advance the gospel. We feel exactly the same way and have seen the evidence of this verse in the ministry of ServeNow despite COVID-19! Below follows a brief summary/highlight recap of 2020 and vision as we look ahead to 2021.
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Our accountability to our donors is one of our highest priorities. Our goal is to use the funds entrusted to us as wise stewards. To do this requires continued monitoring and annual audits of our fund distribution. ServeNow is also a member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), Guide Star and Excellence in Giving (EIG).