Philosophy of Ministry

As believers of Christ and a part of the kingdom of God, we as Christians are called to be ministers in professing the name of the Lord Jesus Christ by winning souls for the kingdom. It is our duty and responsibility to extend an opportunity to all who are un believers to become believers, so that one can experience the righteous love of being saved by the grace of God. As Christians it is our duty and responsibility to share the same priest hood when it come to our doctrines and beliefs. We must be believers of the word of God, in understanding we must show and be examples of the teachings of Christ and knowing that he is the redeemer of all sin.
As Baptized believers we all should be committed to and develop an active devotional or time of study with the Word of God. For we must understand that the word of God is the most viable and liable asset that has been given to us by men who wrote this book in which they were divinely inspired by God. With this word, we must understand how to live our lives according to the scriptures as well as continue to be shinning examples of the word that we profess to read. With reading this word, God reveals much inquired and inquisitive revelation for us to understand his purpose and promise for our lives.
It is our duty and responsibility as Christians to have active and effective prayer life so that we can stay in right communication with God. For the Bible declares in Philippians 4:6 that we should “not be anxious, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your request be made known to God”. This here reveals to us that God expects us as believers to allow problems and situations to be left up to His decision and to communicate in prayer so that our supplications and thanksgiving can be heard.
For as Christians we aught to be held accountable for our actions that do not live according the the holy scriptures. Matthew 12:36 explains to us “...on the day of judgment people will give account for every careless word they speak, for by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.” This here reveals to us that we ought to live a life that is concordance with the scripture and if we choose not to be responsible for our actions and words, we will be held accountable on the day of judgement. The scriptures teach us that God will pour out his judgement on us for every good and bad work we have committed when his son shall appear to take his chosen people.