Third Lens Ministries is changing how construction projects are built in the non-profit world. The Third Lens platform connects our network of architects, engineers, real estate and construction professionals with strategic partners and organizations in need of facilities. Construction projects present inherent operational and financial risks to the organization if not stewarded properly by trained professionals. The ministry provides comprehensive management services for the planning, design and construction of capital projects.
To align relationships and resources to increase impact.
To change the model for construction in the non-profit world.
To build and strengthen relationships between core partners necessary for a successful capital building project, reduce the risks inherent to construction, oversee the development process and glorify God therein.
“If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him? Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth.” 1 John 3:17-18
Our Core Values
- Christ-Centered – By giving of our time, talent and treasure towards others, we are the expression of the love of God and the Church.
- Relationship-Driven – Together we can harness our strengths to achieve a greater purpose and exceed our own limitations.
- Stewardship-Focused – We shepherd and honor the resources we are entrusted with because at no time were they actually ours.
“While it is fashionable in our times to analyze world events merely by looking through the lenses of politics and economics, it is also a serious mistake, for it prevents one from being able to see in three dimensions. To truly understand the significance of global events and trends, one must analyze them through a third lens as well: the lens of Scripture. Only then can the full picture become clearer.” — Joel Rosenberg, Epicenter
The same can be applied to the global needs of mankind, including hunger, illness, clean water, education and social injustice. With indignation, we ask God why He allows these calamities to fall upon His children. And in turn, our holy and righteous God asks us why we stand idle and allow our own brothers and sisters to suffer. Through the lenses of politics and economics, society shortsightedly drafts policy and throws money at the plights of humanity, only to fall short of viable solutions. Yet it is only by adding the third lens of Scripture, that we clearly see the answer: the Church.
“It’s not the work that defines our business, but how we use our business to do God’s work”