Hands to serve God’s servants

Our Ministry

Many people have a great ministry for the Lord. Some are preachers, some do youth work, and some distribute literature to carry on the important work of spreading the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. However, they often do not have the time, ability or the facilities to repair a vehicle, desktop computer, note book computer, or to engage in the mending and distribution of clothing. These tasks also require the purchasing of materials, preparation of contracts and other documentation, and general bookkeeping responsibilities. Persons 0022

The Lord has given Hands To Serve this ministry of service to those who spread His Word. We are the supply line of God’s army, and we work to supply those who are in the front lines, as illustrated in Acts 6:1-4…

…there arose a murmuring…because their widows were neglected in the daily ministration. Then the twelve called the multitude of the disciples unto them, and said, ‘It is not fitting that we should leave the Word of God and serve tables. Wherefore, brethren look among you for seven men of honest report, full of the Holy Spirit and wisdom whom we may appoint over this business. But we will give ourselves continually to prayer and to the ministry of the Word’.

We help with:

  • technical problems
  • loan cars
  • shipments
  • clothing and computers

We help missionaries with everything they need to efficiently serve God. The missionary pays for any material costs that we must make and the shipping cost but not for our service or support.

One thought on “Our Ministry

  1. christine Viegas

    I am soon to be divorced from an abusive husband. Myaself and my 11 year old daughter are now beginning to think of ways within which we can move on with our lives in a positive and constructive way. And so, just today, I have begun looking for possibilities of maybe work, study, something within the Christian sector. I am not a leader, teacher, evangelist, public speaker, but I assume I may have something to offer. My daughter does have disabilities, learning, epilepsy and so on. She is physically able but with her issues we would really, I think, need to stay within the UK. Because of the situation we have left we do not attend church just where we live but obviously have in the past. I am 53 years old. In my youth I worked for 2 and a half years with Operation Mobilisation when the Home Office Team were based in Manchester. Do you have any needs which are unfilled within your organisation? I look forward to hearing from you.

    12 December 2016 at 21:31

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