The Mission shall:
a. Bring hope for the hopeless.
b. Fulfill the Great Commission by preaching the gospel and reach out the unreached with the transforming power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelistic crusades and jail ministry.
c. Provide help and encouragement for desperate people and families in need to move toward re-entry into the community, through personal contacts and Christian education.
d. Prayer for the sick and oppressed people.
e. Provide Christian education programs and seminars when needed and acceptable.
A clear sense of God’s call
Many Christians confuse a call with their own desire to serve the Lord. What God wants is a fully equipped and effective body through whom He can express His power and love. To be such a person we need to live in God’s reality. We must remain teachable and open to the power of God in order to be fruitful within his call for us. No matter who we are or what our background, if we live within our call we can achieve great things for God.
A heart for the work
This does not mean that we will enjoy every experience in mission field or prison ministry. Often the burden will lie heavily upon us. Sometimes we will experience deep frustration when we realise how much there is to be done, what great opposition there is, and how little we can meet the demand. A “heart for the work” goes deeper than enjoyment. If it didn’t, we might find that when the going gets tough we would want to chuck it all in. A quotable quote: “When the going gets tough, the tough get going!” We need to be prepared for opposition in evangelistic ministry.
The call of God will find expression in practical terms. The call of God operates a sort of spiritual ambition within the heart. Not human ambition or self interest, but a desire that comes from God to find the means and outlets for what is inside us to be fulfilled in practice. The spiritual drive (not strive) is integral to a real call of a person.
Our main objective in the three-fold ministry of Evangelistic mission is prayer. The active part of the evangelistic ministry, their families is secondary, although it still remains an essential and vital part of the Evangelistic Ministry. Somehow the prayer motivation often seems to evaporate in the mist of other activities that could overtake the inspiration and calling of Jesus which should always be at the very center of the Blessed Hope International Mission.
“The goal of this mission is love, which comes from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith.” 1 Tim 1:5
“May the Lord direct your hearts into God’s love and Christ’s perseverance.” 2 Thess 3:5
“If anyone obeys His word, God’s love is truly made complete in Him.” 1 John 2:5
“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the propet time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people.” Gal 6:9-10