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The climax of God’s creative work was His extraordinary creation of man. “The LORD God formed the man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being” (Genesis 2:7). The supreme Creator of heaven and earth did two things in creating man. First, He formed him from the very dust of the ground, and second, He breathed His own breath into the nostrils of Adam. This distinguished man from all of God’s other creatures.

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Second, God breathed His own breath of life into man. Man is more than “dust” or physical substance. Man has a spirit. We can picture it this way: Adam’s body had just been formed by God from the dust of the earth—a lifeless human body lying on the ground. Then God leaned over and “breathed” His own “breath of life” into the man’s nostrils; God is the Source of life, and He directly placed life within man. This breath of life is seen again in John 20:22, as Jesus imparts new life to His disciples.

The word formed is a translation of the Hebrew yatsar, which means “to mold, shape, or form.” It conjures an image of a potter who has the intelligence and the power to form his creation. God is the Master Potter who had the image of man within His mind and who possesses the power and the intelligence to bring that image to life. God had both the omniscience (all-knowledge) and the omnipotence (all-power) to do exactly what He wanted.

Third, Genesis 2:7 tells us that man became a living soul (KJV). The word soul in Hebrew is nephesh, meaning “an animated, breathing, conscious, and living being.” Man did not become a living soul until God breathed life into him. As a physical, animate, rational, and spiritual being, man is unique among all living things upon the earth.
So, what is the breath of God? It is the life and power of God, given to man to animate him. The Hebrew word for spirit is ruach, which means “wind, breath, air, spirit.” The life of God lives on and on; the immaterial part of man was designed to live eternally. The only question is where will we live?

Vision Warrior

  • What does it mean to be a Vision Warrior?
  • A vision warrior is a man/woman who is in search of his true calling.
  • A man who is willing to push against resistance when he/she is in pursuit of his vision.
  • Who will sacrifice, battles through pain, and lives a life of discipline so that he can be a better Disciple, Father, Husband, Leader and Friend.

Vision

  • To Revive the vision of God inside of you.
  • To Equip vision carriers to become Vision Warriors .
  • To align ourselves and the people of God with the purpose of God.
  • To be sent off into broken families, communities, cities, countries.

Mission

Luke 4:18

  • The Spirit of God is upon Me because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised
Team

Our Volunteers

Matt Tyrgiryn

Co Founder

Jenny Farare

Co Founder

Dwill Cofer

Lead Volunteer