Ministry in 100 Settings!

Twenty Reasons to Love People

  1. People are looking for people, who truly care, who will listen to their story
  2. There is little difference between the churched and unchurched.
  3. I minister to people in the same way in the church as I do outside.
  4. I find that Jesus Christ easily brings church to the market place, and that the church should not be confined to the building
  5. God’s holiness and sanctity is felt as strong with the dingiest people on the streets as it is in church.
  6. God is more enthusiastically moving outside of church than inside.
  7. People outside of church are as excited to receive a word of prophecy as those inside.
  8. The enemy of the church is not the world. It’s not an “us versus them” battle.
  9. I see evangelistic opportunities called “visitors” which God brings to church on Sunday
  10. In Nyack, the best evangelism is called coffee evangelism. I grab a cup of coffee, sit and wait for God to move. What is God’s strategy where you live?
  11. If you sincerely get into people’s lives to love and serve them, even the atheist will hear you.
  12. Prophetic evangelism
  13. Friendship evangelism
  14. Starbucks and grocery lines
  15. Food evangelism
  16. Monetary evangelism
  17. Evangelizing people of different faiths
  18. Networking, connecting, becoming a giver and excelling in hospitality
  19. Social media evangelism
  20. Dispelling Lies, Fears, and Rejection

Ministry Essentials

  1. The Starting Point
  2. The Military March
  3. The Flowing River
  4. How Do You Know When To Step Out
  5. Blocks to The Anointing
  6. Words of Knowledge
  7. Word of Prophecy
  8. Fundamentals of Ministry
  9. How To Function In Continual Breakthrough
  10. How to Be A Revival
  11. Prayer in the Spirit
  12. Understanding God’s Power
  13. Confidence

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