Monthly Theme

The Year of the Lord’s Impactful Redemption
May Declaration

Redemptive Service
Impact of Ministry

WE DECREE AND DECLARE that redemption is manifested through service with love. For God so loved the world that He gave His One and only Son. Love believes all things, bears all things. Love never fails. In this love service is implemented and made to draw many to the knowledge of the living God. We shall serve with love. We shall serve with kindness. We shall serve with willingness. The love of God compels us to serve well and to release a kingdom impact.

WE DECREE AND DECLARE that redemption is exemplified through service with patience. No one having put his hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God. We serve God’s people with patience. We do not shrink back. We do not give up quickly. We give no offence in anything, that our ministry may not be blamed. But in all things we commend ourselves as ministers of God, in much patience through the challenges of life.

WE DECREE AND DECLARE that redemption is realized through service with expectation. Whatever we undertake to do, we will do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men, knowing that from the Lord we will receive the reward of the inheritance; for we serve the Lord Christ. Our labor in the Lord is not in vain. And so we shall serve with focus and with expectation, for in the end we shall win and lives will be changed for eternity.

WE DECREE AND DECLARE that redemption is experienced through service with excellence and accountability. Let the redeemed of the Lord say so whom God has redeemed from the ends of the earth. We serve with a spirit of excellence. We are accountable to the King of glory. Our five talents produce another five. Our two talents produce another two. We are not of those who bury our talents. We work out our service to the Lord with fear and trembling knowing that we shall give an account. We seek be good and faithful stewards of the One who redeemed us.

WE DECREE AND DECLARE that redemption is illustrated through service with humility. We have the same attitude the Lord Jesus had before the Father. He humbled Himself even to the death the cross. We serve as a Kingdom privilege and not as a right. And so we give of ourselves as living sacrifices, holy and acceptable to God. We believe that through our humble service the Kingdom will be glorified in the name of Jesus Christ.