Become A World Changer


“Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can.”

– John Wesley, 18 th century theologian


What does it mean to be a world changer? A world changer is committed to do just that:
to change the world for the good by all the means they can. They are much more
concerned with standing out from the crowd than fitting into so-called societal
expectations. In fact, world changers go beyond simply meeting expectations. They are
willing to persist and go the extra mile with a dogged determination to make a
difference; inspired by an intense desire burning inside them to fulfill their vision for the
world despite the cost.

World changers are also committed to a higher standard of character and a quality of
excellence in both their actions and words. They possess the patience to stay the
course in times of the most difficult challenges and harbor an indomitable faith that all
things are possible with God.

Strawberry Fields was created and inspired by a vision to change our world for the
good. We are committed to a higher level of integrity and excellence in all that we do.
Will we make mistakes? Certainly! And when we do, we commit to acknowledging those
and do all we can to make corrections to our course, learn from it, and become better.
We believe that our vision is Divinely inspired and we trust that God is leading and
protecting our path as He promised in scripture. No weapon formed against you will
prosper.” – Isaiah 54:17

We are deeply committed and honored to share this vision with you as together we
partner to build this world-changing community!

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.
Where there is hatred, let me bring love.
Where there is offense, let me bring pardon.
Where there is discord, let me bring union.
Where there is error, let me bring truth.
Where there is doubt, let me bring faith.
Where there is despair, let me bring hope.
Where there is darkness, let me bring your light.
Where there is sadness, let me bring joy.
– prayer by St. Francis of Assisi




Contributed by
Tom Massey

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