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3 Reasons You’re TERRIBLE At Ministering + What to Do About It

3 Reasons You're TERRIBLE At Ministering + What to Do About It

This is not meant to be a comfortable conversation. So, if you’re not in a place to face some potentially harsh truths, click away now. It’s totally okay. However, you should also know we’re not here to shame you or make you feel so discouraged you’re unable to act. We’re here to do the complete opposite! Ministering is all about …

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5 Questions to Ask Your Ministering Brothers & Sisters

5 Questions to Ask Your Ministering Brothers & Sisters

Are you looking for a better way to connect with those you minister to? Consider asking one of these five questions. They can prompt deeper, more meaningful discussions. What was the best/worst thing that happened to you this week? This question is specific and designed to show your interest in someone’s daily life. There are multiple variations of it depending …

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5 Essentials for Finding Out How Someone REALLY Is

5 Essentials for Finding Out How Someone REALLY Is

Finding ways to be emotionally vulnerable with one another is a key element to ministering as Jesus Christ would. Throughout history and through our own lives, Christ intimately understands our needs, our desires, our fears, and even those things we are unable to express. While we definitely cannot do all that Christ does, nor are we meant to, we can …

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Using Love Languages to Minister: Acts of Service

Using Love Languages to Minister: Acts of Service

Since 1995, Gary Chapman’s theory of the five love languages has helped bring people together, inspiring attentiveness and clarity when it comes to expressing our feelings. According to Chapman, there are five main love languages and a person will feel the most loved when they are served according to their love language. The five love languages are: Receiving Gifts Quality …

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Using Love Languages to Minister: Words of Affirmation

Using Love Languages to Minister Words of Affirmation

Since 1995, Gary Chapman’s theory of the five love languages has helped bring people together, inspiring attentiveness and clarity when it comes to expressing our feelings. According to Chapman, there are five main love languages and a person will feel the most loved when they are served according to their love language. The five love languages are: Receiving Gifts Quality …

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Using Love Languages to Minister: Quality Time

Using Love Languages to Minister: Quality Time

Since 1995, Gary Chapman’s theory of the five love languages has helped bring people together, inspiring attentiveness and clarity when it comes to expressing our feelings. According to Chapman, there are five main love languages and a person will feel the most loved when they are served according to their love language. The five love languages are: Receiving Gifts Quality …

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Using Love Languages to Minister: Receiving Gifts

Using Love Languages to Minister: Receiving Gifts

Since 1995, Gary Chapman’s theory of the five love languages has helped bring people together, inspiring attentiveness and clarity when it comes to expressing our feelings. According to Chapman, there are five main love languages and a person will feel the most loved when they are served according to their love language. The five love languages are: Receiving Gifts Quality …

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5 Ways You Can Start Ministering TODAY

5 Ways You Can Start Ministering TODAY

During the most recent General Conference, major changes were made to how members of the Church serve one another. The programs of home and visiting teaching were retired and were replaced by “ministering.” President Russell M. Nelson described ministering as a coordinated effort to help people meet their spiritual and temporal needs. While ministering has yet to truly be implemented …

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