Why should I join a ministry?
When God was sending Moses to go and deliver the children of Israel from the wicked hands of the task masters in the land of Egypt, He specifically instructed what would follow later in Exodus 3:12, “And he said, Certainly I will be with thee; and this shall be a token unto thee, that I have sent thee: When thou hast brought forth the people out of Egypt, ye shall serve God upon this mountain”. Also Pharaoh proved stubborn and heady, even in spite of the 1st plague that turned the water in the land to blood. Moses became confused and hopeless of the certainty of the deliverance, but God affirmed His word and commanded Him in Exodus 8:1, “And the Lord spake unto Moses, Go unto Pharaoh, and say unto him, thus saith the Lord, let my people go, that they may serve me”.
God does not save us for fun neither does He save us to be idle. As we are His representative on this earth, He wants us to continue from where He stopped. And truly speaking, there is so much ground to cover in the work of the kingdom. This is why every believer is expected to be fully engaged as He said in Luke 19:13 “Occupy till I come”. We also believe that every man saved has something to offer. This is to say that there are potentials in every individual which needs not be buried but utilized to the maximum. Therefore, the church has various ministries and groups where those who are already saved can be fully utilized and be fulfilled.
These are the prayer intercessory standing in gap for the church, people, nation, families, marriages, etc. They are the power engine of the church.
They are known as the “voice of power”. They are praise worshipers bringing down the glory of God.
These are the soul winners. Jesus commissioned the believers before He left to go into the world and preach the gospel (Luke 16). This is a ministry for every believer regardless of your position or title in the house of God.
This is done mostly by the elders (either by age or spiritual position) in the church. It is a ministry whereby experienced people who are endowed with God’s wisdom and grace give Godly counseling to
Follow-Up and Visitation
These are the groups that follow up the young converts to ensure that they remain in faith. They also follow up new comers who identify to be part of the church to ensure that they are fully planted and established. The visitation group from time to time visit members who are not seen in the church for a particular programme. They also extend their visit to people who have just delivered new born babies.
They usher people into God’s presence, and see to the wellness of the members and people coming into the church, making sure they are positioned appropriately and to make them comfortable. They also tend to the collection of offerings and hand over to the appropriate units. They see to the arrangement and cleanliness of the sanctuary and take care of lost and found items.
Welfare and Hospitality
They identify individuals with certain needs and inform the pastor. They ensure that every genuine needs are met by whatever device they choose. They also intercede on their behalf for a turn-around situation. The hospitality team are to see to the comfort of guest visitors and the host pastor; they take care of their feeding, accommodation, transportation etc.
These are the P.R.O. of the church. They collect information necessary for edification of members and pass it on to the necessary channels for action. They inform the members of the church about changes that occur, information about church programmes, news pertaining to members of the church, and they collect information necessary for announcement from the various department heads.