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Wholistic Life Ministries

"Where we Worship God with our Mind, Body, Soul and Spirit."

Thoughts for the Month

“True Faith – Hebrews 11:1-6”

True Faith

We must have great faith (Hebrews 11:1-6). Faith is giving up today’s temporary reward for tomorrow’s eternal reward. It’s investing in an unseen world and disinvesting in the seen world. It’s placing trust in the invisible realm above the visible realm. It’s giving up what is tangible to lay hold of that which is only promised. Such faith honors the One who promises. When we accept Jesus Christ as savior it is dis-investing in human efforts at salvation and investing in His unseen efforts. When we give in faith, it is forgoing earthly reward which we can see, taste and feel, in order to attain heavenly reward, which we have never seen, tasted or felt. When we work as for the Lord (Colossians 3:23), it is rejecting the serving of man, by which we would have earthly gain, in order to serve the unseen God, to attain an unseen reward. When martyrs gladly give their lives, it is a willingness to dis-invest in earthly gain in order to attain unseen, unknown heavenly gain. When we pray, we disinvest for a time in human efforts, in order to ask of an invisible God. These activities all are all born of faith. All honor God, because we are placing our trust in Him.

To become spiritual men and women, we must readily trade earthly gain, reward and recognition for heavenly. We must embrace earthly loss for heavenly gain. We must eagerly follow Him from a heart of love.

This is the age of faith – it is the only time we will have that can offer him faith – trust without seeing. Once we see him with our eyes, it is no longer by faith!

1st Lady Tina Jones

Thought for the Week 2

Our Response in Obedience – John 15:9-10

God’s absolutes – commands to love God, love our neighbors, do justice, love kindness, walk humbly with God – provide us with absolute principles that guide every situation. They reflect the righteousness of God. Only God has absolutely pure motives and can accomplish what is absolutely right. God also declares absolute standards. God’s moral standards are not relative, even though the way we apply them does change to fit unique circumstances.

Living in a way that reflects the righteousness of God is not easy. It requires all the courage and wisdom we can develop. The key to developing that strength and wisdom is a strong, growing, vital relationship to Jesus Christ.

To be like Christ we must know Christ – not as a philosophy or ideal concept, but as the living Lord of our lives. This includes obedience. In fact, we cannot know Christ unless we do obey him. As we become more obedient, Christ will further reveal himself to us (John 15:9-10).

Growing in Christ is an ongoing, interactive process. Christ reveals his love, and we respond in loving obedience. He teaches us more; we experience his grace and become more deeply committed to following him.

God has given us absolute moral principles. They may not seem real to people who are not committed to Jesus Christ, but they are very real to Christians who know Christ. The existence of absolute standards and principles does not eliminate the need for us to make difficult moral judgments. We must still use good judgement and analysis to determine what is actually just, what is really fair, and what is true and honest. We are free to make choices and decisions that will not always have perfectly good consequences. God is merciful and will forgive us if we make mistakes as we grow in faith and practice anchored in Jesus Christ.

1st Lady Tina Jones

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Who We Are

At Wholistic Life Ministries, we believe that the Mind, Body, Soul and Spirit are separate entities that make up the complete human being. Our approach to ministry is one that fosters a cooperative relationship among all entities. This will lead towards optimal attainment of the physical, mental, emotional, financial and social aspect of Serving God. As we teach more about the impact of these entities on the whole person, we will be able to make changes and minister to our own life, the lives of our family members, and be able to minister to people in the local and surrounding community, and communities abroad.

Our Mission

At Wholistic Life Ministries we believe that the Mind, Body, Soul and Spirit are separate entities that make up the complete human being. If we learn more about the impact of these entities on our whole person, we will be able to make changes and minister to our own life, the lives of our family members, and be able minister to people in the local and surrounding community, and communities abroad.

This belief is addressed in 1 Thessalonians 5 and 23, “Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

So, we truly believe and will always invoke God’s help toward that end.   Understanding the principles of God is one thing, but the power to live them out is another.  We do not find that power in ourselves, but in God himself.  God is the singular source for our sanctification because he does it “Wholly.” 

At Wholistic Life Ministries we will work together as a whole to address your spiritual, health, medical, and financial needs, addressing the needs of the Whole person.  The complete human being is God’s creation.  The unique body of each human was made by God.  The unique spirit of each human came from God.  Then, as the spirit quickened the body, God made in the human certain characteristics which are tantamount to a unique living soul.

The apostle Paul describes the complete makeup of a human being with a combination of three different words:  Sprit, Soul and Body.  To complete this makeup, Wholistic Life Ministries added the mind, because it provides direction and cognitive thinking.

Your talent and time is just as equally important to us as your tithe. We have different gifts, according to the grace given us. If a person’s gift is prophesying, let him/her use it in proportion to their faith. If it is serving, let them serve; if it is teaching, let them teach; if it is encouraging, let them encourage; if it is contributing to the needs of others, let them give generously; if it is leadership, let them govern diligently; if it is showing mercy, let them do it cheerfully.
(Romans 12:5 – 8)

“For if there is first a willing mind, it (your offering to God) is accepted according to what one has, and not according to what he does not have. 2 Cor 8:12.”

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"Connecting people to God and teaching them to be disciples at home, at school, in the workplace, at church, and in our community."

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Helping people through life’s journey, addressing the needs of their mind, body, soul, and spirit.

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