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  1. Dr. Israel CN Oseafiana March 8, 2016 at 2:00 am

    Brother, you are my mentor. I enjoy every bit of your analysis.

  2. Pastor George Ochieng February 22, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    Amen I know that my ministry will never be the same again. I did not know about this 7,faces of mercy and 8ways to define my ministry. I believe my mistry is heading somewhere.

  3. Phenyo Gabanakgosi September 3, 2013 at 5:42 am

    Our goal is to be able to demonstrate the power, love and will of the lord for the human race, and within the next 6 months we belief we see the church doing exactly that. We have been meeting every lunch hour (we work in a mission hospital) for almost 4 weeks now in a group that ranges from 5-7, and every day we invite colleagues to attend.

    The wish is for the number to increase but most importantly for souls to be saved.

  4. The goal for our ministry in 6 months is for it to have a committed staff team and a core attendance group. 9 people come but it’s a little inconsistent at times. 7 out of 9 people that come are unbelievers. I don’t think that’s a bad number.

    My wife and I have home meetings every weekend. We have a prayer meeting and planing meeting on Tuesdays.

  5. So, what is the recommended path to implement these eight definitions in your church?

    • Review the last paragraph: PRAY!

      “Begin by asking God to help you define your ministry for greater effectiveness.”

      It will be individual for every church.