The phrase, “Sharing life,” is intentionally ambiguous and so we use the ambiguous image above to represent our mission. We perceive the image alternately as two faces pointed inward and a cup. The inward faces represent our commitment to share our lives. Christ has called us to love one another in community and so we give each other our time, attention, care and goods. The cup represents the life of Christ which he has poured out for us and within us. We are the vessel through which God will deliver the life of Christ to the thirsty. And so, having this mandate, we share his life with each other and with the world around.
The advance of the kingdom of God in this rebellious world is just as simple and difficult as that.