Pray, Care and Notice: Universal Actions for Marketplace Ministers | Follower of One

Pray, Care and Notice – Universal Actions for Marketplace Ministers

I searched Google for terms like “workplace ministry ideas” and “marketplace faith.” Many marketplace people and pastors work to take their faith into the marketplace. At Follower of One want to help.
However, our first step can’t be that we either 1) tell everyone we meet or that we try to 2) shut our faith off. No one wants to talk to someone who incessantly steers conversations. At the same time, we can’t shut our faith off, either. We can’t be something we’re not.

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How to Become a Full-Time Minister | Follower of One

How to Become a Full-Time Minister

The term “full-time minister” has always sounded wrong to me. Only recently have I begun to embrace my challenge with it. When a pastor or a missionary says they’ve been called into full-time ministry, I understand they decided to pursue a career working for a faith-based service organization such as a church or para-church organization. When we decide to follow Jesus, we receive the Holy Spirit and we begin the process of bending our entire life to Jesus.

When a pastor or a missionary says they’ve been called into full-time ministry, I understand they decided to pursue a career working for a faith-based service organization such as a church or para-church organization. But careless use of the term suggests that anyone else must be a part-time ministers or a no-time minister.

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Here I am, Lord | Follower of One

Here I Am, Lord

When God prompts you to act, how do you respond? Do you hide from God, like Adam, or do you respond “Here I am, Lord” like Ananias? Does God prompt you to act and serve others in your workplace, or does he just talk to you on Sundays?

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Ministry Mindset Part 1 | Follower of One

Ministry Mindset Part 1

Do you have a ministry mindset? Most people think ministry is for someone else. But there is a new class of worker, the workplace minister. They go to work with a ministry mindset. This post begins to describe that mindset.

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