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"Ministry (the body of Christ) Without Walls"

It is estimated that 74% of professing Christian's are not plugged into a local church or organization and that the average life-span attendance of a new christian in a local church is 12 months!  After that, they were back on the streets.  Most ministries claim that it is because people never were truly converted.  We at M.W.W. differ with this opinion.  At

the time of conversion, giftings and functions are awakened within and the seed of Christ is made alive within the individual.  Most of the Church today has not understood the calling upon nor the purpose of the body of Christ and through a lack of knowledge, most people have become bored, unfulfilled, and lack purpose.  The life flow of the Christ within them has become shut up without functionality or expression.

VISION & PURPOSE: To release the body of Christ into the work of the ministry. We believe that one's function in the body of Christ is revealed through the revelation of the Holy Spirit WITHIN the man.  To help facilitate the release of this revelation within the believer, our seminars are set in a non-denominational forum with instruction for the finding and defining of personal giftings, talents, attributes, and callings.  Once purpose and place are defined, one may then begin to pursue and deveop in those areas.

SEMINAR ONE - This will be a morning session, 2 afternoon sessions, and an evening session.  It's purpose is to stir the gift within the believers through instruction concerning the various giftings and attributes richly deposited within. 

SEMINAR TWO - (This seminar is geared toward the development of ministry once identified.  This Seminar has two major groups: 5-fold Ministry & Body Ministry).  One's funtion in the 5-fold "Apostle, Prophet, Evangelist, Pastor, Teacher" will determine which all day class they attend. The night class will be a general session for impartation and activation).  Body Ministry: the gifts and fruit of the Holy Spirit, :Intercession, administration and helps.  The Apostle Paul begins the letter to the Ephesians with the phrase "to the saints". This letter was written to the saints at Ephesus, however these apostolic letters are still speaking to our churches and believers today.

Ephesians 4:11-13 And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; FOR THE PERFECTING OF THE SAINTS, FOR THE WORK OF THE MINISTRY, for the edifying of the body of Christ: Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ:

Most Christians think of "calling" or "ministry" to be to those that are called into the fivefold ministry: apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor, and teacher. However, it is important to see that every believer has been called of God to be a minister. A minister is not necessarily someone who has graduated from a seminary or standing in a pulpit or one who has the official title of "reverend", but all believers are called to be ministers (servants). But within the ministry are many different functions such as pastor, administrator, teacher, deacon, exhorter, etc.

Every saint is a king and a priest unto God.  This is the day for the return to body ministry in the earth where the children of God rise to their place in His kingdom.  If you are interested in having a regional seminar in your area, send us an email at Ministry Without Walls.