Outreaches (Washington Park, Planned Parenthood), diet and exercise
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What is Muniak Family Ministry about?
We are a family who ministers in the Tri-state area. We share the gospel and seek to equip and encourage other believers to get out and share the gospel. We have had this desire for the past 5 years.
"And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation." - Mark 16:15
Some are called to go to China. Some to Africa. God has called us to proclaim Him here in the tri-state area
Other Ministries Mentioned
- Prayer Stand (http://www.PrayerStand.com)
- Bezeugen Tract Club (http://www.bezeugentractclub.org)
- Creation Revival (https://www.facebook.com/CreationRevival)
- John Barros (https://www.facebook.com/jcbarros)
- Christian Collegian Network (http://www.ChangeYourCampus.com)
How did we get started in evangelism?
- Ryan Salvation – immediate burden for the lost
- Boot Camp
- WOTM Training Courses
What have we been doing?1. Sharing the gospel. Talk about outreaches we’ve been on and memories of people we’ve spoken with.
- 1st time as a couple was with a homeless ministry. Ryan preached and Elaine would sing hymns and “evolved” into Ryan and Elaine giving surveys with a segue to the gospel.
- Prayer stand outreaches
- Fountain Square
- Gospel sharing in day to day life… hockey games, restaurants
- Abortion outreaches
How many has God saved? Only He knows.
We are not out there to get decisions for Christ.
How many people have we shared the gospel with? Thousands.
2. Equipping and Encouraging. Talk about places we’ve spoken at and individuals we’ve encouraged
- Spoken at churches on several occasions, mostly in the state of Ohio
- Homeschool conferences
- Martureo Academy
- Getty Concert
What are our ministry goals?
- To reach the lost of the Cincinnati Tri-State area through various evangelism efforts.
- To disciple those who come to saving faith through our evangelism effort, teaching them basics of the faith and biblical evangelism
- To equip and encourage the saints of the tri-state area to be bold witnesses for Jesus Christ
What could we do if we went full-time? What would full-time ministry for us look like?
- More time spent on our radio shows, making them better and perhaps longer
- Additional radio/podcast programming
- More time to spend on campus ministering to a humanistic generation that is gospel ignorant
- More opportunities to teach others how to share their faith through one day courses or conferences
- More time hitting the streets with the gospel. (Many outreaches we currently do have time constraints due to work schedule)
- More time for follow-up and discipleship.
- More resources could be developed through our ministry to equip others to share their faith
- More abortion outreaches and pregnancy counsel
Why do we need to be out there more? Isn’t once a week or a couple times a week enough?
The need for American missionaries is great.
Increase in persecution
- People losing their jobs/being prosecuted for refusing to compromise on their views regarding gay marriage
- Scientists and professors can lose their jobs for daring to question darwin’s theory of evolution
Increase in secular humanism
- Recent poll says atheism is up especially with millenials (those born in the 90s and early 2000s) while complete faith in a Creator is at an all time low http://www.inquisitr.com/2539980/atheist-beliefs-in-america-2015-pew-poll-atheism-religion-spiritual-church/
Abandonment of God’s commands
- Sexual Immorality is celebrated, flaunted everywhere
- God is being removed from everywhere – public areas, schools, workplace
- Abortion is rampant and some would love to make it more available to women
The laborers are few ( Matthew 9:37-38, Romans 10:10- )
- Church increasing in immorality
- Indifference to the plight of the lost, no desire to step out of their comfort zone
- Even some who are out preaching are preaching the wrong message (JWs, Mormons, Westboro, etc)
THE TIME IS SHORT AND PEOPLE NEED THE GOSPEL
If the Lord leads you to help our ministry: http://www.muniakfamily.com/support