What if millions of unemployed people were working because the Local Church intervened? It would change the world. Learn how Christ-centered churches and organizations are “flipping the list” and using Jobs for Life as a discipleship platform to help underserved men and women find jobs and experience life in Christ.
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people living in poverty deserve a community to love and support them
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"Through JfL, my Church and many others have been equipped to offer the hope in both word and deed.”
Ken Jenkins, Pastor and JfL Site Leader at Refuge and Restoration Church (St. Louis, MO)
"This platform has given individuals in our church more of a purpose and a way to live out their faith and a way to give back to the community."
Kevin Riggs, Pastor and JfL Site Leader
“Jobs for Life brings people out of the doors of the church and into community.”
Hakeem Turner, JfL Graduate and Certified Ambassador (Atlanta, GA)
FEATURED SUCESS STORY
Helping Springfield Flourish Through Work
Schweitzer United Methodist Church (Springfield, Missouri) was looking for a resource to help them better serve the individuals in their community who were unemployed and underemployed. They wanted to break the job-to-job cycle they were seeing in people’s lives, and help restore their value, self-worth, and dignity. That’s when they discovered Jobs for Life (JfL). The church hosted their first Jobs for Life class in 2014, and since that time have hosted 19 JfL classes and have graduated 127 men and women. Of these graduates, 84 have obtained employment!…