In Matthew Chapter 19: 26, the Bible says ‘But Jesus looked at them, saying, “Yes, it may be impossible for mortals, but with God, all things are made possible”.’
In today’s ministry, pastors become “ministers” full time – staying in the Churches and congregations more often – spending more time in sharing the Good News. We believe all Christians must be in the ministry of helping others, not just pastors. (Romans 12: 3-8; 2 Timothy 2: 24-26).
We lead the way to proliferate the Seed of the Word, to encourage people to accept our Savior Jesus Christ to their lives, to their community engagement, and to the whole world. We minister to instigate moments of happiness and optimism, to create value and make a lasting difference in every life that we touch for we also believe there is more reason in grace to save than there is in destroying the sins.
Today’s ministry contents seem to prioritize attending to merely spiritual things, and not practical things. Our ministry absolutely places emphasis on sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with others – believers and non-believers. Believers should nourish their faith more until such time that they are ready to serve others as well. We desire Non-believers to come to know Jesus as their personal Savior, let them experience the joy and peace of knowing the very essence of our existence here on Earth.
As mentioned in Colossians 2: 6-7, we must be alive in Christ. When we received Christ, we started to walk with Him, rooted and built up and established in the faith for Him, just as we were taught, thanksgiving abounding.
With this faith in our hearts, we can and should minister not just spiritual, but also the physical, emotional, vocational and financial needs of our brothers and sisters in need of them. Jesus did in His time, and so should we in this time!