How to Become a Full-Time Minister | Follower of One

How to Become a Full-Time Minister

The term “full-time minister” has always sounded wrong to me. Only recently have I begun to embrace my challenge with it. When a pastor or a missionary says they’ve been called into full-time ministry, I understand they decided to pursue a career working for a faith-based service organization such as a church or para-church organization. When we decide to follow Jesus, we receive the Holy Spirit and we begin the process of bending our entire life to Jesus.

When a pastor or a missionary says they’ve been called into full-time ministry, I understand they decided to pursue a career working for a faith-based service organization such as a church or para-church organization. But careless use of the term suggests that anyone else must be a part-time ministers or a no-time minister.

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Here I am, Lord | Follower of One

Here I Am, Lord

When God prompts you to act, how do you respond? Do you hide from God, like Adam, or do you respond “Here I am, Lord” like Ananias? Does God prompt you to act and serve others in your workplace, or does he just talk to you on Sundays?

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Ministry Mindset Part 1 | Follower of One

Ministry Mindset Part 1

Do you have a ministry mindset? Most people think ministry is for someone else. But there is a new class of worker, the workplace minister. They go to work with a ministry mindset. This post begins to describe that mindset.

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