The Major Themes Of The Mission Statement Of This Religious Organization

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Mission statement of this religious organization is as follows:

To Glorify God by proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ, to encourage all people to a personal relationship with Him and membership in His family, to facilitate spiritual maturity and to equip for ministry in the church, in the community and around the world.

Glorify God This religious organization established in 1911, is a growing multi ethnic church that glorifies God by offering a gathering place to people from all backgrounds. Each Sunday morning, Sunday evening and midweek on Tuesday evenings members gather to infuse life and God’s love into people and families. The services strive to offer heartfelt worship and relevant teaching. Uplifting music that is sung
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Death is a relentless and undeniable event, for believers and unbelievers alike. There is nothing one can do to escape it. The bible states that after death God will judge us. The bible has good news and also bad news. To appreciate the good news one must always know what the alternative is and in this case it is death. God did not intend for man to dye. God gave man a perfect world but man rebelled against God. If we take a look at the ten commandments, we quickly find out that most of us are guilty of braking some of the commandments. Man physically dies because of sin but the bible also talks about spiritual death, the second death. The death all around us is not the end and proves that God must mean what he said. The Greek Word Gospel means “The Good News”. God so loved the world that he gave himself as a sacrifice. Jesus died for us and rose again. He can blot out all of our sins and give us new …show more content…
The believe of this organization and the words in the Bible states, that all should come to repent and be baptized in Jesus name for the remissions of sin and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. (Acts: 2,38) The Holy Ghost is the guide that helps believers draw closer to God. It is the direct lifeline to God.

To facilitate spiritual maturity, equip for ministry in the church, In the community, And around the world.

The goal is to have the kind of contagious Christianity that can influence and encourage the entire community, one life at a time. This church has multiple ministries. International Adult Ministries focuses on providing placement assistance, basic living assistance, transportation and language assistance on a regular basis for the 50 nationalities that are represented in their congregation.

Conversation Café offers English as a Second Language program to anyone in the community to increase their English skills.

Prime Time People 55+ is program for the elderly by offering a dinner, special singing and a special

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