We respond to God by investing our lives in the spiritual, physical, and material needs of others.
We believe that real service is not found in painful drudgery (i.e. “I serve because I ought to”), but rather as a missional opportunity (i.e. “I believe in the mission of Warehouse, and my service allows the mission to be fulfilled. I serve because I want to.”).
“When the righteous prosper, the city rejoices.” Proverbs 11:10
The most rewarding service at Warehouse takes place when a person serves in an area where they are gifted and passionate. When that happens, not only does the server benefit, but the whole community benefits as well (Ephesians 4:16). This is the exciting interplay of dynamic service.
Our heart is to live out our calling to inconvenience ourselves, so that our friends and neighbors can flourish (Luke 10:25-37). As followers of Jesus, a life of service is the countercultural ethos that we hope defines us.