a). To the church you minister in:
God taught me something highly important; “Love them who they are, accept them as they are”; this is my principle as a pastor. People come from the world to the Word experiencing a huge difference. This is a great transition. Therefore, we should not expect anyone to be perfect. They accepted Jesus as their personal Savior at some point in the life. Yet, they have come to the church with full of worldly behaviors, attitudes, superstitious beliefs that must be changed. This transformation is a process that takes time, but …show more content…
As a servant of God, you must solve every problem according to the Word, but not according to the world.
b). To the community you minister in:
The followings are the three important points I practice in the community;
1. Preach the gospel in season and out of …show more content…
Jesus purposely placed us Kingdom workers in this social set up in order to address them and release people. “The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners” (Isaiah 61:1 NIV). This is not only about the spiritual aspect, but also the physical aspect of the people. As we are His followers, we are responsible addressing these issues and release His people. Furthermore, we are recognized by the government and the society as pastors, and they listen to us. Certainly, we must take some steps to help our brethren. In addition, we cannot serve the Lord without taking care of His body. Jesus explained the depth of this saying “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me’ (Matthew 25:40 NIV). If we love Jesus, we must love His children and be there for them whenever and wherever they need help; in prisons, hospitals, shelters, on streets and so