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Workshops

In-person presentation of the Inasmuch model of community ministry including testimonies.

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Training

In-person or virtual step-by-step process for planning and conducting an Inasmuch event.

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Consulting

Available for Inasmuch churches or those looking for ways to enhance their effectiveness in compassion ministry.

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Resources

A full range of resources are available for congregations wanting to make the most of their Inasmuch experience.

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Food Packing

Stage a food packing event in which thousands of low-cost, highly nutritious meals are produced and distributed.

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Videos

High quality videos that inspire viewers to catch the vision of compassion ministry.

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What is Operation Inasmuch?


Operation Inasmuch is a worldwide ministry that comes alongside churches and pastors to equip and motivate them to obey the biblical mandate to minister to the “least of these.” Using the Inasmuch model of compassion ministry, we empower believers to live out their calling to serve others and experience the joy that comes from serving. We encourage pastors who want to see their church connected in their community but don’t have the time or training to do it on their own. We show believers how they can create opportunities to share the gospel by doing the gospel.

Operation Inasmuch is focused on the entire body of Christ and provides tremendous opportunities for people to serve for the first time, families to serve together, and even congregations from multiple denominations to come together to be the hands and feet of Jesus and become the Body of Christ.

Two lives changed through an Inasmuch Day


Years ago Joel Singletary visited Roosevelt Williams during his church’s Inasmuch Day. Joel discovered that Mr. Williams had not had running water in his old mobile home for 3 years and could not stay warm because the home did not have underpinning. The home had also sustained extensive water damage when the pipes burst during the winter cold. On top of that, Mr. Williams suffered from several medical issues including kidney failure so severe that it required dialysis.

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