Being a Minister in Christ

A Calling Within Your Soul

The mystical path has long appealed to souls with a hunger for Truth and Love. Often times, regular church services meet some of our needs but the depth that we seek isn’t there. Exploring ministry might be the answer.

We have heard that the Word of God is the Living Water that forever quenches the soul and we long to drink of THIS water.

We know many aspects of the world are out of accord with God and Christ. But what is one person to do amidst an ocean of problems?

We teach that first and foremost, each soul can serve Christ by dedicating themselves to their personal transformation. Through practice and dedication, anyone can be led into a relationship with Christ within their very beings.

As this becomes more real, the wounds of the past are healed and the false concepts that have led to suffering are replaced by simple truths. One of those truths is that God is love. Many blame the world’s problems upon a God that does not care about His people.

Such a conclusion does not take into account the tremendous freedom that God allows each soul in granting us free will. Reaching a conscious understanding and experience that God is love, many find themselves motivated to do whatever is possible to assist in the evolution of mankind through selfless service.

Students of the mystical path who feel a calling to ministry may be trained and ordained as deacons, Priests and sometimes Master Teachers. It is a joyous life to be so endowed with the spiritual power necessary to love and guide souls on this earth and help them find redemption through Christ.

The path is arduous but as Jesus said, “For the gate is narrow and the road is hard that leads to life, and there are few who find it.” (Matthew 7:14) In order to be a minister, one must be dedicated to deep transformation so they might be channels for the Grace of God to move through them.