How We Minister
Our ministry is individualized for each one, each family, or each church that we come alongside. Because every minister and ministry is unique we don’t have a cookie cutter approach. The work will be led by the Holy Spirit and accomplished in God’s strength.
Our intention is to develop ongoing relationships with you and all who we serve. This means that it’s not a ministry with one-time visits.
We serve people, inter-denominationally, whether as individuals or part of a church body. God has already opened doors for us to meet leaders serving in Bangladesh, Canada, Fiji, France, Nepal, and the US Virgin Islands, as well as, various states across the US.
You can receive Biblical counseling, organizational consulting, and encouragement as we challenge believers to walk in Christ-likeness. You will be given tools, resources and accountability. We also have materials appropriate for small group and conference training, and can supply itinerant preaching and worship as needed. All services are provided free of charge.
A key differentiator of Blue Fire Legacy is that we are called to come alongside. We intend to serve by coming to you when it seems impossible for you to come to us. There is value in encouraging ministers to get away from their daily tasks, and we foresee offering that as an additional mode of ministry as Blue Fire Legacy continues to develop and grow.
60% of pastors believe that church ministry has negatively impacted their passion for church work. (George Barna, Today’s Pastors)
23% of pastors don’t know where to turn when they have a family or personal conflict or issue. (HB London, Pastors at Great Risk)
When asked why they don’t take the time to rest, 65% of missionaries said they could not afford it. Also, more than half said they were not aware of any missionary retreat centers. (www.edenridge.org)