“It wasn’t just a warm feeling…It was a choice to learn from and walk next to newcomers and sojourners in our midst.” Seth King, program manager at the Refugee Care Collective and director of elementary at Imago Dei, writes about the messiness and beauty of sharing life with refugees in Portland.Read More
Over 47% percent of attendees say they first came to Imago Dei because they were invited by a friend. Among these is Jeremy Bagwell, whose encounter with God was aided by a simple invitation from a coworker.Read More
“Does anyone other than me know what it feels like to just go through the motions, check boxes, do the right things, look just holy enough to keep your Jesus cred, but live the life of a walking desert?” Pastor Michelle Jones’ Lent story includes her original poem Meet Me.
As we continue in our immigration-focused series, Saving Justice: The Borders We Face, we recognize that many of us are left with questions or a desire to dive in deeper into this conversation after the service ends. In this special podcast, we’ll share stories, experiences and perspectives from our community on the topic of immigration.Read More
Last month, Imago Dei Community members Lacy King and Luke Goble traveled to the US-Mexico border in San Diego/Tijuana to show hospitality and seek justice for those seeking asylum in the US. Here, they share their experience and why they believe it connects to living out the Gospel.Read More
Imago Dei’s services on Sunday, December 16th, featured an in-depth update on our partnership with the Water Project. These videos featuring some of our local partners and the communities they serve helped tell that story.Read More