Mamre SDA Church

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Personal Ministries

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Personal Ministry is a lifestyle for all who call themselves, Christian. As Christians, it is our personal duty to minister to others. Christ, our ultimate example, led a life not only of love, peace and obedience, but also of perfect self sacrifice. His life's work was to make known unto all men, who His Father is - and the un-measurable love He has for mankind. All who came in contact with this Personal Evangelist was forever transformed. 

In the book of  Revelation 14: 14-15 speak of Christ coming in the clouds of glory, festooned with a golden crown, showing his kingship and a sharp sickle in his hand, waiting for that command to get his people. The cry goes out from the temple; "Thrust in thy sickle, and reap: for the time has come for thee to reap, for the harvest of the earth is ripe." This illustration is the end result of diligent work; a work that began with the planting of a seed, then the continued watering of that seed. Now that that seed has matured into a plant bearing fruit, it is reaping time. This reaping scene is preceded by three distinct messages.

In these messages lies the gospel. It is imperative to note that those who carry this gospel throughout their families, throughout their buildings, throughout their neighborhood, throughout their jobs are likened unto angels - divine messengers bearing a divine message. Personal Ministries Department facilitates the following areas:

  1. Holding public evangelistic meetings.
  2. Conducting Revelation seminars.
  3. Assisting the Pastor.
  4. Organizing neighborhood outreach.
  5. Recruiting volunteers.

In cooperation with all church ministries we, help plan outreach activities for our community, especially when laying the groundwork for evangelistic meetings with entry events, such as stop-smoking seminars, cooking and nutrition classes, etc.As you labor for souls remember, "...let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not."Galatians 6:9