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DO YOU REALLY KNOW, WHAT MINISTRY MEANS?


Ministry is a collective executive.  It is responsible for providing public service in a specialized field of government, led by a  senior public servant known as “minister”.    The verb ‘minister’ is a Latin word meaning “to serve”.  The noun ‘minister’ refers to one who provides a service as an agent of a higher authority.    Ministries afford or give things needed by the people to help sustain an acceptable quality of life in the society they serve.  They are the practical means through which every member of the society receives freedom, justice and equality in his or her daily life and their existence ensures a cohesive, flourishing society that improves and advances,  generation after generation, toward the ultimate goal of complete freedom, justice, and equality for all persons, regardless of creed or class or color.

Timothy 1:1-2

Timothy was a young man whom Paul was training for the ministry




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Whether you are a social activist or simply a concerned citizen, speaking to your city council is a great way to show that you care about something and to get your thoughts across to the public, and more importantly, county or city officials. Here's how to make your point, and be heard.


1. Find out when your next Town Hall Meeting is. Check their website or call.


2. Read the agenda for the meeting you plan to attend because councils generally cannot act on anything unless it is on the agenda.


3. Research your topic of interest, do local governments have the power to do what you want them to do? Gather any facts you want to present, including citations.


4. Write your comments and be aware of any time limits on comments (typically 2 or 3 minutes), and practice your comments out loud a few times to make sure!


5. Go to your city hall and fill out a speaker card, if one is required. If you're not sure what the procedure is, arrive a little early and ask.


6. Listen to anyone giving a presentation on the issue(s) of concern.


7. Decide whether you want to adjust your remarks, take a notebook, and be confident It can also help your comments to be on point with what is really an issue.


8. Introduce yourself, state that you live in the county city or state.


9. State your position clearly, this is the most important part and the reason you came. Briefly, explain your reasoning or describe the evidence.


10. Your local public library can be a great resource about issues facing your community, and can often help you gather information about what actions have already been taken. Ask a reference librarian if you need help.


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