Steve Stewart is the founder of Impact Nations, an international ministry passionate about sharing the Gospel and healing power of Jesus among the poorest communities around the world.
His heart is to see the Kingdom of God advance, both through supernatural intervention and the practical support of Christians. He believes that we are all called to be active in God’s plan for redemption, and that the western Church must learn from the faith movement gaining momentum in countries such as India, where house churches are growing in spite of intense persecution in some areas.
“There is a certain irony that although we in the West pursue vicarious adventure through entertainment, we are reluctant to speak in large terms. Although we in the church should be the most vocal in calling people up to a great purpose, the great adventure of living in the Kingdom of God, we settle for small things in this present age,” Steve writes in his book, ‘When everything changes’.
“We put our desires and hopes off into the Age to Come. With over half the world suffering in extreme poverty, with more slaves living now than at any time in history, there has never been a greater need for men and women to rise up and activate their faith.
“This is a joyful, exuberant call to action,” he says.
Christian Today got the opportunity to catch up with Steve, and learn more of his desire to see people capture God’s vision to see people lifted out of hopelessness and desperation across the globe.