Though a minister may have passion, knowledge, etc., a lack of proper ethics will close doors and squelch your ministry. Your ethics will be what people will see and remember for years to come. Following are some tips to help nurture ethics in dealing with family relations: The needs of the family come first, before… Continue reading The Evangelist and Family Ethics
A woman found lying in the snow outside a church in South Lanarkshire froze to death, it has emerged. The woman was alive when she was discovered by the church organist on a path in the grounds of St John’s Church in Carluke on Sunday morning. She was taken to Wishaw General hospital but died… Continue reading Woman Freezes to Death Just Outside Church
Though a minister may have passion, knowledge, etc., a lack of proper ethics will close doors and squelch your ministry. Your ethics will be what people will see and remember for years to come. Following are some tips to help nurture ethics in altar ministry: The altar must be planned and prayed for as much… Continue reading The Evangelist and Altar Ethics
Over the last several years, our church has been involved in a type of outreach termed, “Servant Evangelism”, where we endeavor to bless our communities with the love of Christ without asking anything in return. Often, churches are perceived as constantly having their hand out asking for things, and we want to turn that perception… Continue reading Care Bag Outreach
1. SEED Mark 4;31-32 The first key to the harvest is the seed. Without the seed there can be no harvest. The word of God is the seed that must be planted in the hearts of men. There is tremendous power in the seed.Even a tiny seed can become a big tree. 2. SEASON John… Continue reading Seven Keys to Kingdom Harvest
Many millions of people suffer from a spiritual, “mistaken identity”, and the Church is given the mission of reaching out to God’s lost creation and helping to restore them to their true identity. What if you started to research your family history and discovered the mother of all skeletons in the family closet — that… Continue reading Mistaken Identity
I wanted to post about a great outreach we’ve been doing in our community for the last few years. It has been a hit each year, and annually we do more and more hugs. For Valentine’s Day, our small(but big-minded) church buys bags of Hershey’s Hugs, thousands of ziplock snack bags, and confetti, and printed… Continue reading Hug Grand Rapids!
The Michigan District of the UPCI caught a vision for evangelizing our state nearly 9 years ago, and have since increased roughly 35% in new church plants. The goal for 2009 is to plan 9 new churches within our state, and to progressively plant more churches over the next 10 years until we double in… Continue reading Michigan Impact Video
All forms of evangelism have their place, but the most effective method is to plant a New Testament church in every section of every city of the United States.
Jesus asked the question, “What does it profit a man if he gain the whole world and loose his own soul?” With one short piercing question the Lord of the harvest reveals the worth of a soul to the church – One soul is worth more than all the world! Stack up on… Continue reading One Soul