Some Ways to actively participate in the RCOLC:
* Embrace the vision for transformation of Lancaster County.
* Live the vision to impact others in your sphere of influence.
* Seek personal transformation by the Lord.
* Pray for transformation in your sphere of influence.
* Share the vision, weaving it into prayers, sermons, staff meetings, conversations; display literature; refer others to the website.
* Invite a representative of the Regional Church of Lancaster County to present the vision in your sphere of influence.
* Encourage the believers in your sphere of influence to identify as being part of the Body of Christ in Lancaster County.
* Connect personally with other leaders.
* Share a meal.
* Get together as families.
* Come together for prayer or as an accountability partner.
* Dream about shared endeavors.
* Visit on-site (we don’t mean on their web site! – though that’s a good idea, too) the ministry or organization of a fellow leader.
* Encourage and affirm others in their endeavors for Kingdom purposes.
* Plan long-term strategy for your organization with the vision for transformation and cooperation in mind.
* Plan organizational events, making an effort where possible for them to be cooperative in nature.
* Participate in meetings called for members of regional leadership designed to inspire vision, build relationship and mobilize cooperative initiatives.
* Write letters to the editors of local newspapers and periodicals to address community matters from a Kingdom perspective.
* Check out Connect for events.
* Pray regularly for various aspects of the vision and cooperative endeavors.
* Devote personal time and talents in cooperative endeavors.
* Share personal or organizational resources in support of the ongoing ministry of the Regional Church of Lancaster County.
“Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind let each of you regard one another as more important than himself; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others (Philippians 2:3-4).”