A Ministry for every Member
A Ministry for every member. A Commission for each congregant. What is it that you would like to see the church do better or be more involved in? Leading your own ministry could be the answer. Wish the church did more for seniors? Then open a website or social media account where you can tackle that very segment of the church.
Foundations are open up all the time, where individuals and groups have stated interests to tackle a certain belief. Some see poverty as an issue then start a foundation to tackle poverty the way they think will be successful. Others might see literacy as an issue, so they open a foundation to improve literacy and by connection improve the world. What if you started a ministry that would assist the church in her mission to make disciples. Then you could put your touch on an area of the church that would benefit from your passion to see improvement. Wish the church did more with our youth? Open a website that attacks the issue of your passion. When people operate in their passions success is easier achieved.
That’s the power behind starting your own website or social media page. Let’s help one another by building each other up, supporting efforts that benefit the Lord’s Body in this way. This approach can engage every member right where they are made to serve. The potential to have members labor in their love of work, building excitement that can be highly contagious. Join me and investigate how you can effect the area of church work that is a matter of your heart and mind.
What a great and thoughtful idea! By participating in your project, we will be able to reach a lot of people who are in dire need of help. Foundations are a great way to be able to help people suffering from different problems. I have always been a supporter of numerous foundations, whose goal is to help people who are not capable of supporting themselves. I personally have a foundation of my own, which aims to help children diagnosed with leukemia.
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Barry G. Johnson, Sr.
An Evangelist at the Church of Christ which meets in Brookfield, IL.