What is the role of a Harvesters Ambassador?
Harvesters Ministries relies on the support and donations of believers committed to the Great Commission, and is able to continue the work of planting churches, training pastors and supplying Bibles through greater awareness and commitment by Christians. A Harvesters Ambassador is a committed volunteer who is vital to facilitating that in there sphere of influence. They have a number of responsibilities:
No ministry can stand without prayer support. An Ambassador needs to have and to cultivate a personal relationship with God and to pray for the ministry. Ambassadors can also organize prayer meetings and prayer chains to pray for
and projects as
Harvesters need local representation in churches and communities. Ambassadors become our physical presence in the local church and elsewhere and are the face of the ministry to the body of Christ. They are those who know us,
know about us and
know what we do.
They are able to
speak on our
Ambassadors stand in our place to advance the
cause of the ministry. They tell our story, share our dreams, and encourage others to become involved.
Ambassadors become our voice to their churches, communities and social spaces. They help us spread the message of what Harvesters mission is all about, sharing information regarding
Ambassadors can choose which projects they want to get involved in. This could mean starting a prayer group, organizing a fundraiser, going on a short term mission, speaking at
a service or cell group,
or launching a social
The list continues
to grow of
Ambassadors help tell our story everywhere. Growing our partnerships with believers is vital to our success in the field. The more believers that know about Harvesters and support and pray for us, the more effective we can become.
Ambassadors often build bridges to communities and churches and facilitate opportunities for the ministry to connect to churches with potential partners. Connecting Harvesters to your pastor, a businessman, a cell group or an individual could make all the difference for a project in the field.
All ministries need funding. Our ambassadors often participate in a variety of our projects or even create their own to help fund specific needs such as Bibles, training materials and other expenses.
encouraged to find
new ways of achieving
our goals – funding the
ministry, sharing the
vision, enlisting skilled
volunteers – and share
those ideas that succeed
with other Ambassadors.
8. Open Doors
Ambassadors live and work in spaces that would normally not be open to us. By opening doors to people, churches, foundations, trusts, groups and
social networks, the ministry’s exposure is multiplied and enhanced.
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