Public Ministry

But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman’s hand.

Ezekiel 33:6 KJV
A preacher is holding his Bible beside his face to amplify his voice as he preaches on the street in Kansas City, Missouri. Bartle Hall is in the background.

The prophets, the disciples, the apostle Paul, and even Jesus Christ himself were all public ministers. Whether they were in the city gates, the palace, the home of a friend, the mountainside, on a ship, or in prison, there was no place where they did not preach the Word of God. Our calling is no different.

Through street preaching, door-to-door witnessing, tract distribution, signs and car magnets, and one-on-one conversations, we answer the call to warn the lost and share the good news of the Gospel.

A woman in a grocery store stands with her back to the camera to show her hoodie which reads, "Is there no heaven for a sinner like me?"
A neon-pink tract with black font on a brown table. The tract reads, "Is You Died Tonight Are You 100% Sure You Would Go to Heaven?"

Even at the grocery store, you never know who God will put in your path that may have never stepped foot inside a church before, so you can tell them that, Yes, Christ died for a sinner like me.