Welcome to the Personal Ministries Page
The Personal Ministries Department provides training for church members to unite their efforts with the ministry and with church officers in the final proclamation of the gospel of salvation in Christ.
The aim of the department is to enlist every member in active soul-winning service for God.Through distributing literature, giving personal Bible studies, and organizing community outreach programs. Liberty’s Personal Ministries Department, with the aide of the Holy Spirit, will accomplish this goal.
As we combine our efforts with Sabbath School and other departments, the Lord will unite His strength to ours and we will help to hasten His coming.
We encourage every member of Liberty to reach out to others especially through literature distribution as “Satan is busy…scattering literature, which is debasing the morals, and poisoning the minds of the young. Infidel publications are scattered broadcast throughout the land. Why should not every member of the church be as deeply interested in sending forth publications that will elevate the minds of the people and bring the truth directly before them? These papers and tracts are for the light of the world, and have often been instrumental in converting souls.” Review and Herald, June 10, 1880.
"The new year has commenced, and with the commencement of this new year, you should dedicate yourselves to God.
Now give yourself to him, soul, body, and spirit, to do his will. Let all selfishness... all your faults and besetting sins die with the old year. Begin this new year to the glory of God. Pray to him, morning, noon, and night, to give you a meek and humble spirit, a mild temper, an affectionate disposition. Live as you never lived before. Begin this new year with new feelings, fresh desires, and a strong determination to glorify God.” Youth's Instructor, January 1, 1856. Jesus is coming soon! We must warn the world like never before. Signs are fast fulfilling. The urgency of the times is upon us...Even so come...Lord Jesus.
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