Wild. Clean. Free.
Wall of Judah is a youth-centric community providing a home for those who are church homeless–no matter what age they are.
So if all ages are welcome, then why “youth-centric?”
Because we want a spiritual environment that is as exciting and relevant to the emerging generation of youth as it is to their parent’s generation. We want to help people of all ages develop an intimately connected relationship with Jesus.
We believe that Jesus wants us all to find a spiritual home with the people of God. As our Great Shepherd, He cares deeply for every one of his own. Jesus will shepherd us with a close and caring eye, even to the point of leaving those of his own who have a secure dwelling, in order to search for those who feel missed, overlooked, and out of place. When found, Jesus carefully restores us to his care because that’s his way–ever pursuing us–ever loving us. He is our restorative, caring, pursuant Savior, full of mercy and tender love. As the crowned Prince of Peace, he is determined to bring us peace.
If you are suffering from despair or hopelessness, Jesus hears your cry for help. He will comfort you and give you a secure place in his heart. The Spirit of Jesus will set you free from your prisons of despair and hopelessness. He will anchor your detached and empty state of mind with his powerful gentleness. Sometimes it’s a process that takes time because it’s hard to let go of the old stuff, but if we don’t quit, we will get free. Free to be wild and clean.
There is a life worth living. It is a life filled with passion and purpose. It is the life Jesus intended for you to live and it is yours for the taking. Ask Jesus to come into your heart and direct your life and he will come and cleanse you, free you, and set you in forward motion. Jesus will give you the keys to understand yourself in the light of His truth. His life-giving Spirit will strengthen you and infuse your spirit with grace and beauty. By leaning into his gentle and powerful arms of love, you will know how to trust again–how to live life straight up and free.
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