-As Bishop Garwoloquoi Challenges Them To Intensify The Workings Of The Kingdom Of Jesus
By Washington Tumay Watson –firstname.lastname@example.org
MONROVIA-Several Missionaries of Greater Outreach Ministries have been commissioned to take the gospel of Jesus Christ to communities across the country.
Commissioning the Missionaries and other church members who volunteer to be a part of the mission Sunday, December 11, 2022, during the Mission’s Joint-Thanksgiving Service in Paynesville, the Special Representative to the General Overseer of the Greater Outreach Ministries, Bishop Edwin Garwoloquoi, Sr., challenged them to intensify the workings of the kingdom of Jesus.
According to him, they as missionaries have a vital role to play in the great commission of Jesus Christ by seeking the lost souls.
He told the missionaries to take the mission seriously so as a missionary to win more souls unto the kingdom of Christ.
Bishop Garwoloquoi assured the team of the Ministry’s fullest support in achieving its objective in winning souls mostly, especially in the various ghettoes.
The Special Representative to the General Overseer said members of the ministry have proven that they have a love for a mission that is the focus of the Ministry by rending their attention to the program and giving their support.
He narrated that those who are in the ghettoes need to be enlightened about the gospel and the impact it has on their lives, stressing that it can only be done through the mission.
Bishop Garwoloquoi noted that God is interested in winning the lost souls of which the Greater Outreach Ministries is built through the great commission.
Also speaking, the Mission Director of Greater Outreach Ministries, Rev. George Flomo, Jr., urged members of the ministry to support the mission.
According to him, those going on the mission should fill the need for materials that they will use.
He disclosed that the team’s first mission is in the Soul Clinic Community with the objective to increase the membership of the church through soul-winning.
Rev. Flomo said the Mission’s team will affect every house within the community by teaching them the word of God.
He expressed remorse on the behavior of some missionaries who according to him, they are on AWOL. Rev. Flomo said any missionary who is not taking the mission seriously is on a dangerous path, stressing that the devil can overcome such a person.