A Faithful God Ministry is a missional church and ministry with the "Missio Dei - Mission of God". The focus is not inwards to the church, but upwards towards God and outwards towards doing God’s work in and for our communities. Our focus is on God’s works rather than the work’s/activities of the church itself. As a spiritual missional ministry, we are the means to do the mission; we serve the mission, not vice versa. Our primary objective is to SERVE according to the Great Commandment.
The Great Commandment: "And you shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength. This is the first commandment. And the second, like it, is this: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these." Mark 12:30-31
A Faithful God Ministry is contributor-driven, meaning we are encouragers and equippers. Beyond spiritual growth, A Faithful God Ministry believes in the whole development of every individual and strives to be an encouraging and comforting body of believers. One of the great passions of this ministry is to intentionally share in the process of spiritual growth and development of individuals and families, to strengthen the faith of those who believe, and to encourage those who are on a journey toward faith. As a missional church, we provide the resources and tools of encouragement to empower God and His provisions in our everyday lives, as well as the lives of others.
We permanently believe God is a merciful God and through His mercy and ministry we do “good”. What does that mean? Well, what did Jesus do? He did “good” through his ministry of mercy. Mercy is giving a person nourishment, whether physically or spiritually, so he can eat today. It’s not attacking problems at the systemic level. It’s just making someone’s life better, if only for today.
For example: When Jesus fed 5,000 people, he didn’t give them a lecture on planning ahead, or how to plant wheat for a future harvest. No, he said, “I have compassion on these people … I do not want to send them away hungry” (Matt. 15:32). Jesus did not solve the world’s hunger problem, but he did make these people’s lives better for that afternoon. And that was good. Sometimes we are paralyzed by inaction. With the overwhelming problems that people have, we often think, what good will this little act of kindness do? But Jesus said, “Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful” (Luke 6:36).