Seeds remind us of organic growth patterns. They are small, full of potential and can flourish when placed in the right environment.
At Southpoint, we wait for leaders to emerge before we engage in a new project, event or program. We are also open to change as new opportunities present themselves. We don’t have a tight five year strategic plan or an aggressive approach to “closing the back door” (ie specific ways to keep people in once we’ve got them!)
We believe that God gives us what we need (finances, leaders, resources, ideas, space) for each stage of the journey. Our job is to cultivate a healthy environment for these seeds to grow.
“The mustard seed is the smallest of seeds, but when it is planted . . .”