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How To Start A Traveling Ministry

So you have a heart for missions and you want to go abroad to help the less fortunate? Or perhaps you’re passionate about community life and want to spread your love for Jesus by starting a ministry in your area? Either way, you’ve come to the right place, because we’re going to tell you exactly how to do it.

The Call

When you’ve decided to launch a traveling ministry, the first thing you’ll need to do is to preach the gospel throughout the world. There’s a lot of good material available online for free, so you can’t go wrong by investing in some sermon notes. Preaching the gospel is not a difficult task, and you can even use global organizations like The Global Ministry to assist you in connecting with pastors and church leaders in over 200 countries around the world.

How Do I Preach The Gospel Abroad?

Let’s say you’ve decided to start a ministry in London, and you’ve been invited to preach at London Metropolitan University. You’ll need to start by finding a suitable university venue – most universities will have a chapel or a large lecture hall where you can hold a weekly sermon. If not, they will be able to give you some academic counseling so that you can find a suitable room. The most interesting thing about this scenario is that you are able to reach a large audience, as there will be students from all over the world studying in London. It’s also a great opportunity to interact with a different culture and challenge your assumptions about what people believe in or how they live their lives – all excellent learning experiences that will make your sermons more meaningful.

Where Do I Go From Here?

Once you’ve successfully established a regular preaching schedule at the venue you’ve chosen, it’s time to spread out and tackle the great British public. You’ll want to choose a part of the country that you believe to be the most needy, and from there you can launch a project to help improve the community. This may mean visiting the slums of London or going on a mercy mission to the Arctic Circle to help save souls – it all depends on your passion and skills. The important thing is that you now have a clear goal in mind and you know what you’re trying to achieve. The journey will be more exciting and fulfilling if you’ve set a specific goal – without one, you may find that the road gets a little bit sideways and you lose sight of why you’re traveling in the first place.

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  1. Sibongile Malaza

    would like to share I started preching in gatherings , local and provincial and national in South Africa.
    would like to get information on the organized travelling ministry

  2. Sibongile Malaza

    yes . I an ordained pastor. registerd the Ministry ; Light of Life Gathering Ministryi have been invited by churches to come and teach the word.
    have attended Bible College , Presently I have honorary Doctorate in Community development ..theology

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