Reading Time: 2 minutes Over the last two years, I have really been questioning my calling into ministry and whether or not working in a church is what is best for me. What I’ve learned is no matter what you attempt to do, God’s grace is going with you. He’s not asking you to do ministry perfectly. He’s asking you to put yourself out there and let his grace go to work. The only way that we are able to see God’s grace is when we activate our faith.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Every believer is called to be in ministry, not necessarily by vocation (in a salaried position), and not even in an organized way (like a volunteer Sunday school teacher or youth group leader), but through a lifestyle of intentional ambassadorial behavior. What does “intentional ambassadorial behavior” mean?

Reading Time: 5 minutes How would you define ministry? Maybe you define ministry as leading or participating in a mid-week small group. Maybe ministry means volunteering to feed the homeless after church. Maybe ministry looks like giving up a week of paid vacation and instead of going on a mission trip to a foreign country. However, I am deeply persuaded – and deeply concerned – that our definition of ministry is too limited.