Mo and Susan Wildey planted a church in the inner-city of Indianapolis and made the decision to move into the area where the church was located. Mo says it was important to him to go where the lost people were so he could build a relationship with them. The week before the couple moved in, two murders occurred in their neighborhood. Mo says it was the type of place where people could buy whatever they wanted, whether that was people or drugs.
Mo then developed a plan for a community engagement hub that would help those fighting addictions. As he did this, he planted churches among the people he reached and called this church planting movement the Yeshua Society.
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PRAY for the work the Wildeys are doing in the inner-city of Indianapolis and that many would come to follow Jesus as their Lord and Savior.