“Never minister in isolation again! ”
— Greg Mohr
Nearly 40% of ministers consider quitting full-time ministry each year.
Ministry is a tough job, and many times those who lead have no one to support them.
We’ve seen ministers from all over deal with these issues:
When you are a leader, the challenges you face in ministry dealing with people, finances, and leadership cannot always be discussed freely with those closest to you. Therefore, at times it is not unusual to feel very alone in ministry.
Whether it is teaching on a specific topic you desire to equip people with or just inspiration or revelation for your personal growth, finding the right resources to facilitate your growth as a leader and the success of your ministry can be a challenge.
The demands of ministry, the expectations of people, and dealing with the various crises people go through can become emotionally draining. Added to that, managing the balance between family and ministry can cause you to reach the point you feel you have nothing left to give.
A.R.M.I. is here to bolster you as a minister of the kingdom and help you deal with these challenges.
A.R.M.I. is a worldwide community of believers. Ministers from all over go through similar struggles, and together you will find support in hard times.
Are you wanting to find or define your purpose? Are you currently in full-time ministry? Then the Continuing Education for Ministers Scholarship Program may be perfect for you!
Local leaders are available to encourage and guide A.R.M.I. members, while other leaders offer classes and seminars to share their wisdom and empower you in your ministry.