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Rebuild the City Inc. is the discipleship stratagem of Jesus 4 Justice Poor People’s Campaign a 501©3 nonprofit Christian Mission that empowers the disenfranchised within inner-city Atlanta and beyond to execute excellent judgment and integrity through discipleship, outreach, cultural and environmental awareness.

  • Is to serve all who come to us in need, and to provide purposeful discipleship by rescuing the downtrodden, restoring hope to the hopeless and releasing God's greatness to those we serve.
  • Our Vision
  • To deliver the Gospel of Jesus Christ and its new life of freedom to men, women, and families whose lives are affected by the causes of homelessness and poverty, without regard to their religious belief, gender, race, or ethnic background
  • To assist every person to obtain a responsible living environment through supportive transitional housing
  • To provide life changing program components through holistic case management
  • To honor our donors by being responsible stewards of their gifts
  • We will also empower people to break the bonds of homelessness and poverty and build new lives for themselves through a variety of programs and services, among them our Biblically based Ready for Life program, substance abuse and mental health assistance, job-readiness training, GED preparation, and computer literacy courses. Because we respect individuals as uniquely created by God, we will create a personalized care plan for each man and woman we serve.
  • We will turn no one away. We will provide for their needs. Then, we offer them a priceless opportunity: to break the bonds of homelessness and poverty and change their lives forever–through faith in Jesus Christ.

    We depend on God’s provision through caring individuals, businesses, organizations, and churches, and individuals like you to accomplish this work


    •We have instructed the church in nearly everything but becoming disciples of Jesus Christ. We have filled the people with doctrines instead of deity; we have given them manuals instead of Emmanuel.

    •It is not difficult to recognize someone from Pentecostal, Baptist or other traditional church backgrounds. Nearly every congregation seems to develop a particular slant or system of traditions, some of which ultimately obscure the simplicity and purity of devotion to Christ. Submit yourself to their way of thinking, and soon you will become like them.

    •Is this wrong? Not necessarily, but for us it will never be enough. We are seeking to be like Jesus, not men; we want the kingdom of God, not typical American Christianity.

    •Thus, we must be vigilant to submit ourselves passionately and solely to the Holy Spirit and the words of Jesus, incessantly reaching for the Holy standards of the Kingdom of God. Any focus or goal other than Christ Himself in fullness will become a source of deception in the days ahead.

    •Look at what Jesus did with common people. In just 3-1/2 years, average people were transformed into fearless disciples, literally filled with the Spirit of God. They did not wince at suffering; they did not withdraw from sacrifice.

    •These ordinary people were equipped with spiritual authority over demons and exercised power over illnesses. They were the living proof that Christ transforms people. Three and a half years of undiluted Jesus will produce in us what it did in them: the Kingdom of God!

    •Those men were as average and human as we are. The difference between them and us is Jesus. He is the only difference.

    •One may argue that this occurred 2,000 years ago. True, but “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever” (Heb. 13:8, NKJV). On the other hand, you may say, “But they actually heard Jesus speak; they saw His miracles!” The same Spirit that worked through Jesus in the first century is poured out upon us today.

    •The Holy Spirit has not grown old and feeble; He has not become apostate. Indeed, the same words Jesus uttered in the first century are “living and powerful” in the hearts of men today (Heb. 4:12). So Jesus is the same, the Holy Spirit is being poured out, and the words of Christ still apply. We have no excuses.

    •The eternal One who established His kingdom in men two millennia ago is fully capable of producing it in us today. All we need is undiluted, uninhibited Jesus. All we need are hearts that will not be satisfied with something or someone less than Him.

    •If we divide over forms of church government or peripheral doctrines, we will miss completely the true purpose of the church, which is to make disciples of Jesus. Let me make it plain: God is not raising up “ministries”; He is raising up bond slaves. After we recognize that the goal is not ministry but slavery, we will begin to see the power of Christ restored to the church.

    •The pattern for leadership development in the years ahead is simple: Leaders must be individuals whose burning passion is conformity to Jesus Christ. Is this not the highest passion of your heart, to possess the likeness of Christ? From heaven’s view, the issue with our participants is not one procedure over another; the concern is; will we become people who are seeking hard after Christ?

    •God can use practically any ministry structure if the people in that ministry are genuinely seeking Him. The outward form is not the issue with the Almighty—the true issue is the posture of the human heart before Him.

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