SoulFest’s primary aim is to recognize the revolution of love that Jesus began, and to encourage and inspire all to live this revolution. We believe that loving one another, helping those in need, looking out after widows and orphans, are primary ways we can feed our own soul as well as feed the souls of others. At SoulFest you’ll hear about what it means to live from the inside out as a soul-connected believer in true love. You’ll also be giving opportunities to get involved.
A growing concern over whether or not their Christian faith was relevant served as a catalyst for the group that started SoulFest. Jesus wasn’t giving advice when he commanded us to love our neighbors and look after the least of these (Matthew 25:1-46). True believers are known in their communities for acts of compassion, kindness and humility, not their religious affiliation. We must become more actively engaged in our communities, fighting against injustice and extreme poverty.