Do you have a ministry? Each one of us, as believers, is called to a ministry. As a young mother, I often heard, “Your children are your ministry”. Of course that was true, but I also did all of the administrative work and LOTS of entertaining for the people in our congregations over the years. Baruch and I have been in ministry together since the day we got married, 30 years ago this summer.
But not everyone is called to full time ministry. But everyone can still work in ministry. I know people who lead Bible studies, volunteer at shelters or soup kitchens, open their home to host various Bible studies and meetings for their ladies’ group or congregation. There are limitless opportunities to minister, without taking up huge amounts of time. G-d has given each one of us talents and opportunities to use to further His Kingdom. Pray for Him to reveal to you what your ministry is.
Something to consider is maybe your circumstances have changed. As I’ve written previously, our children are all now grown and I have more time to devote to LoveIsrael.org. In fact, I work full time, but without salary. Perhaps this is the perfect time for you to contemplate the next season of your life and how you could serve the L-rd in a more structured capacity.
For those of you who did not attend our conference, let me share with you a little bit about our new program. Currently, we broadcast on Daystar (domestically in the U.S. and around the world), SuperChannel 55 (Central Florida), Romania and others (check the full list on LoveIsrael.org). We also broadcast on several internet platforms, including Roku and Amazon Fire TV. Many people are not aware that to watch internet TV is free but for us to broadcast it is NOT free.
We are looking for people who would like to coordinate giving for the city they live in or who would like to coordinate giving for one of the new countries we are hoping to broadcast on–India (already have a coordinator), Russia, the Ukraine (need met for 2017), or to raise funds for our Internet platforms. This can be done through organizing informative Bible studies, approaching your friends and family, etc. This is to try to reach out to people who are currently not supporting this work and maybe are not aware of our Bible teaching. If you would like more information, please email me at RivkaK@loveisrael.org.