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Los grupos ministeriales son para intentar que uno se comprometa, sea equipado, y anime a familias ministeriales para que tengan un ministerio más efectivo.  Cada grupo ministerial será compuesto de los ministros en su área y las esposas son animadas para participar.  El grupo se unirá regularmente con un formato con estructura pero todavía informal con la intención de enriquecer al miembro del grupo personalmente y espiritualmente.

Tenemos que realizar que nuestros pastores y ministros están enfrentando los desafíos más grandes en la historia de la iglesia.  Todo esto nos enseña que las familias ministeriales necesitan ser fortalecidas, animadas y equipadas si van a ministrar efectivamente.  Los grupos ministeriales proveen un fórum donde los ministros aprenden uno de los otros, oran uno por el otro y se respaldan uno al otro al enfrentar los desafíos del ministerio.  La reunión del grupo es un tiempo para que colectivamente busquen la sabiduría y el poder del Espíritu Santo para tener un ministerio efectivo.

Por favor busque el área donde usted vive y comuníquese con el líder del grupo ministerial de su área.  Le animo que lo haga, creemos que será de mucha bendición para usted como para su esposa.


Lideres De Los Grupos Ministeriales

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