Divine Inheritance is founded out of a multi generational missions history. This has informed our belief in partnering with God’s transformational work through generations.
"For I have singled him out, that he may instruct his children and his posterity to keep the way of the Lord by doing what is just and right, in order that the Lord may bring about for Abraham what He has promised him.” (Genesis 18:19 Tanakh).
We believe all followers of Jesus should live from inheritance as sons and daughters.
“In him we have obtained an inheritance, having been predestined according to the purpose of him who works all things according to the counsel of his will.” (Ephesians 1:11 ESV)
“The lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; indeed, I have a beautiful inheritance.” (Psalm 16:6 ESV)
We believe that the personal ministry and platform for the thought leadership and creative initiatives of Marcus Young comes from this generational well of spiritual inheritance.
“Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a master of a house, who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.” (Matthew 13:52 ESV).
We believe in searching out and distributing biblically-based paradigms and strategies.
Our passion is to create content, design and pioneer projects that challenge preconceived notions about social justice issues, integrate into praxis and demonstrate God’s missional heart and character.
We believe in leading justice initiatives by serving.
Divine Inheritance consults with like-minded organizations, businesses and leaders on their strategic planning, grant making, and on-the-ground work.
We value “kingdom wins” building partnerships that align to our purposes versus a “what’s in it for us?” attitude.
Though religion in form is dangerous, the church living in intimacy with God is the greatest social network for good on planet earth. Her potential should be leveraged.
We believe Jesus has called each one of us to love and care for children at risk “the least these” and love and walk with the “the worst of these” the perpetrators of injustice who may belong in prison. (Matthew 25)
Empower without extracting: comprehensive scripture model places children at risk near the perpetrators and empowers them to be bright light in dark places.
Love your enemies: when possible, treat insurgent leaders and drug lords as friends to be mentored in just ways instead of untouchable enemies.