"A Place of Comfort for the Comfortless"
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Support A Pastor /Evangelist /Co-worker in God's Kingdom.
Every day, hundreds of thousands of native pastors and evangelists boldly proclaim the Gospel in the world’s most persecuted nations. They are often in great personal danger and serve God, knowing fully well that they may be beaten, tortured, or even killed for their work. Comfort of Jesus Ministries have a vision to support these persecuted pastors by providing monthly financial support, pastoral training, bibles, and bicycles for them.
Need: - However, many of these pastors struggle to feed their families because there is no local church to support them financially. Many serve in areas where there are few or no Christians. When you sponsor a pastor or evangelist, your gifts will help cover their living costs i.e. food, shelter, clothing etc. In this way, you are covering the costs of sending a Pastor/ Evangelist into the harvest field, who will then be able to serve the Lord full–time.
According to the leading of the Holy Spirit to our Bishop:K.Paul Jabaraj, God spoke to him about the pastors who are doing God’s work with Great sacrifice with less resources, to encourage them in their calling and meet their physical needs. So as a family we are going out every month to conduct pastor fellowship in different cities in India, in order to encourage and strengthen the Pastors in what they are called to do. Same time we are also running the Pastor’s fellowship every month in our main church in Bangalore city for last 12 yrs. And after every pastor’s fellowship we bless them with a provisions and small offering for them. They were so much happy that their spiritual and physical needs were met. Every month more than 130 God's servant being blessed through this ministries.
If God puts a desire to stand with this God's servants, please do stand with US financially, so that we can join together and support them .If God leads, please go to our online donation and make your valuable support to one or more native missionaries who are in the harvest field.