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How to Grow a Ministry!

28 September 2010 No Comment

Ministry is the business of God. My house shall be called a “House of Prayer.” God lives in us, not in houses built by hands. God lives in the hearts of His children, you and me. The Heart is the Spirit of man. God is the God of Spirits, the God of the Heart.

Jesus said, “I am about my Father’s business” when asked by his mother why he had disappeared as the family returned home from Jerusalem to Nazareth after tax time.

Jesus understood that ministry and business are the same. We too are about our Fathers business.

There are only a few ways to grow a business. Theses same four principles relate to ministry as well business.

#1. Business needs more clients. Ministry needs more members.

#2. Business needs clients to return more often. Ministry needs members to return more often.

#3. Business needs clients to purchase more. Ministry needs members to become more involved in the works of the ministry.

#4. Business needs educated clients who understand the value of their product and/or service. Ministry needs members who are studying the Word of God, who understand the value of Christian fellowship.

If we manage our Ministry like a Business, our growth and success will increase dramatically.

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LISTEN to the Word of God!

“Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God.” Romans 10:17

The Word of God is an excellent fund raising opportunity.
Your ministry can literally raise thousands of dollars while creating jobs for those in your congregation who desperately need an income.

How can I bless you?

Tell me the ways!

God bless you richly as you reap what you have sown.

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