At Transform Quebec, we desire to see the message of God’s love inspire Christians, churches and organizations across Quebec to work together for the common good in each sector of society in our cities and regions.
To optimize the positive impact in its region, we believe that the Church must be rooted in prayer, in the Gospel and in unity, now more than ever.
We believe that the churches of Quebec should be models of positive leadership, healthy culture and safe communities anchored in the message of Christ.
We believe that Christians in Quebec must be trained to aspire to the likeness of Jesus, who did not come to judge but to love, forgive and heal what is broken. We believe that this training should translate into each sphere of a Christian’s life: home, work, church and civic duties.
We believe that each sphere of society has an important role to play in optimizing the development and well-being of its region. This is why we believe that God calls every believer to use their gifts and talents with wisdom, dedication and excellence within their own sphere of influence.
We believe that the proactive involvement of Christians and churches will help build healthier, more prosperous cities and communities, whether in terms of the economy, health, education, family life, arts, culture, development, environment, and individual laws and freedoms.
We also believe that this mobilization of Christians and churches will have the effect of producing a spiritual awakening in the hearts of Quebecers as they discover God’s love for them.
INSTIGATOR OF MUCH,
OWNER OF LITTLE
The idea behind Transform Quebec is not to claim to be the solution to the challenges of the regions of Quebec, but rather to promote collaboration, exchange and synergy around common action plans among different organizations, churches, individuals and actors in our society.
We dream to witness our society moving forward from an interconnected and holistic perspective rather than from individualism and working “solo”.
Transform Quebec will participate in identifying specific needs and in turn create initiatives to address them. However, the goal will remain for organizations, individuals, churches or the population of the region to take ownership of these projects and make them viable in the long term.
On each side of the river stood the tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, yielding its fruit every month. And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.