Ambassador-level partnership involves joining our Kingdom-building work by sharing joy.
Miriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines an ambassador as, “the highest ranking person who represents his or her own government while living in another country.” By analogy, the government you represent is the Kingdom of God and the other country in which you live is this world. As an ambassador of God’s Kingdom living in this world, you are a high-ranking representative of the Kingdom of God. Furthermore, the Greek word apostello, from which we get the English word apostle, refers to a messenger, one sent on a mission, one commissioned by another to represent him in some way. That sender is Yeshua (Jesus). As an ambassador, you are sent by Him to do the “good works God has prepared in advance for you to do” (Ephesians 2:10).
As you pursue relational depth with God and others, love abounds. This partnership can be thought of as three-way crossroads where relationship with God and relationship with others intersects with deep personal joy. Relationally engaging with Dr. Boehm as an ambassador involves serving on our growing team within one or more of the three initiatives to continue the work of the Kingdom within your own spheres. Contact Dr. Boehm to share ideas about your gifts and calling and discuss possibilities for potentially partnering together in this relationship-driven, culture-bending, Kingdom-building work.
Ambassadors of a Tanachian worldview are brothers and sisters who have intentionally partnered with the work of the Parashah Project on an intimate level to bring the transformative power of the unified scriptures into their own communities. If you are interested in learning more or becoming a Tanachian ambassador, please contact Dr. Thomas Boehm.
Faith and disability
Contact Dr. Boehm to learn about the possibility of partnering intimately with work in faith, disability, and congregational accessibility.