Evangelism Ministry

Scriptural Foundation

“That if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” – Romans 10:9

Areas of the Evangelism Ministry

Ministry of Consolation (MOC) – The Ministry of Consolation is where members assist Bishop Spears during the invitational period during church service. They also assist in extending the invitation to those that do not know Christ as their Lord and personal Savior.

Friends helping Friends – A support group based on biblical teaching to help members and families cope and understand stressful issues with day-to-day situations.

Newsletter – A regularly distributed periodical that provides members, family, and friends with information that is important and of interest to the church and community.

Seniors on the Move – A ministry designed to help senior adults build a brighter future for themselves and their community by enabling them to live independently.

Prison Ministry – A ministry with a mission to encourage equip and lead men and women who are incarcerated to give their hearts and lives to Jesus Christ.

Community Relations – A ministry that communicates to the community and informs the church of internal and external events in the community.

Care Cell Ministry – A ministry that demonstrates love and care to our members, just as God does to all mankind.

Grief Ministry – A ministry that provides spiritual and spiritual support to members, family, and friends who are grieving the loss of a loved one.

Nursing Home Ministry – A ministry designed to reach out and provide spiritual and other support to seniors and others in nursing homes.

Evangelism Teams

Soul Winners Action Team (SWAT) – A team of members who have the heart to win others to Christ through biblical scripture, personal testimony, and prayer. The team meets once a month on a Saturday.

Prayer Team – Provide prayer for members of the evangelism team to keep them safe and encouraged while they are ministering to others.

Visitation Team – Visiting those who are in the hospital or at home.

Telephone Team – Calling FSJ members