Warning: Attempt to read property "session_id" on null in /customers/a/f/b/more-church.org/httpd.www/wp-content/plugins/charitable/includes/public/class-charitable-session.php on line 407 Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /customers/a/f/b/more-church.org/httpd.www/wp-content/plugins/charitable/includes/public/class-charitable-session.php:407) in /customers/a/f/b/more-church.org/httpd.www/wp-includes/feed-rss2.php on line 8 Ministry of Reconciliation https://more-church.org Be Reconciled to God Tue, 03 Jan 2023 11:23:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.0.3 https://more-church.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/cropped-logo_More_Church-1-1-32x32.png Ministry of Reconciliation https://more-church.org 32 32 Partners https://more-church.org/partners/ https://more-church.org/partners/#respond Thu, 24 Nov 2022 07:50:49 +0000 https://demo.market-forever.com/more-church/?p=8488 https://more-church.org/partners/feed/ 0 Pastor Gisela https://more-church.org/pastor-gisela/ https://more-church.org/pastor-gisela/#respond Thu, 03 Nov 2022 11:21:12 +0000 https://demo.market-forever.com/more-church/?p=8312 Ministry of Reconciliation is a Christian organisation launched in 2020. We are a Local church and a missions hub with a clear mandate from God.

Pastor Gisela along with her husband, inspired by God, founded Ministry of Reconciliation in early 2020. Gisela is from a mixed cultural upbringing, having born in Germany and grown up in London. Gisela is a well-respected international businesswoman as well as the prophetic voice in the church.
She operates in signs, wonders and miracles as a vessel to see God do mighty things.

Gisela has a passion to see the youth encounter God and live a supernatural life from a young age. She currently oversees the youth alongside her youth leader, Jyoti Ramjee. Her primary focus is to expose the supernatural to the next generation, demystifying modern false concepts of Christianity.

Gisela has a charming bubbly character, that allows her to make connections instantly. She enjoys worship, serving, teaching and playing with her puppy.

The Marketplace

Gisela travels international for work and business as well as taking any opportunity to spread the love of God, wherever her foot treads. She is currently in the process of setting up multiple business ventures with the inspiration and blueprints from God.

One of Gisela’s mandate is to host the presence of God within the marketplace by impacting, training, leading and discipling her staff, contractor and those around. She has also founded her own YouTube Channel called Entrepreneur’s Diary, with the vision to equip, empower and release wisdom through her journey as an Entrepreneur.

Gisela is passionate to see young entrepreneurs rise in modern society, in order to fund the kingdom of God, live without lack, learn to trust God without bounds and empower men and women globally.

Interested to have Gisela speak at your church, conference, gathering or meeting? Invite her today.

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Pastor Satya https://more-church.org/pastor-satya/ https://more-church.org/pastor-satya/#respond Thu, 03 Nov 2022 08:49:22 +0000 https://demo.market-forever.com/more-church/?p=8296 Ministry of Reconciliation is a Christian organisation launched in 2020. We are a Local church and a missions hub with a clear mandate from God.

Pastor Satya and Gisela are the founders of the Ministry of Reconciliation. Pastor Satya originally came from a Hindu background and got radically saved in a church service when he was filled with the Holy Spirit and with fire. He heard the call from God that he should go to the nations to preach the gospel to win millions for the Lord. The last 9 years he was a part of well-known church, “Capstone Church” in East London. During those years he became equipped and trained under his spiritual parents Pastor Rakesh Kurian and Preethi Kurian.

Later God opened a door for him to do gospel meetings in Leicester and Birmingham. During his stay in Leicester in 2014, God spoke to him to start a ministry in Leicester. After many encounters, dreams and prophetic words, together with his wife, they founded Ministry of Reconciliation in 2020 in Leicester as a church plant and missionary hub after an apostolic release and ordination form his Pastors.

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Why So Many in the town Churches are Small https://more-church.org/why-so-many-churches-are-small/ Sun, 13 Mar 2016 14:22:37 +0000 http://connection.modeltheme.com/?p=1118 True, but small churches (including the one I pastor) aren’t just in small towns. And has anyone followed that line of thinking to its logical conclusion? Do we really expect that every church in heavily populated areas will either be big/mega, or sick and dying? Of course not.

I was attending a ministry conference a few years ago, when they did a giveaway to the pastor of the smallest church in attendance. The pastors in the room applauded as the small church pastor ran to the stage to claim a free grab-bag of “books, CDs and more!” from the host.

Wow! I thought. That’s great! They’re acknowledging the value of small churches. Then the host said, “We’re so glad you’re here! We just love helping start-up churches!” [Cue the sound of bagpipes deflating]

I love helping start-up churches, too. But that wasn’t the question he asked, it was an assumption he made. Surely any pastor of a small church attending an innovative church conference has to be a start-up.

True, but small churches (including the one I pastor) aren’t just in small towns. And has anyone followed that line of thinking to its logical conclusion? Do we really expect that every church in heavily populated areas will either be big/mega, or sick and dying? Of course not.

Small churches exist for a lot of reasons. Many are in smaller towns, some are unhealthy, and a lot of them are start-ups. But there are other reasons, too ministry conference a few years ago, when they did a giveaway to the pastor of the smallest church in attendance. The pastors in the room applauded as the small church pastor ran to the stage to claim a free grab-bag of “books, CDs and more!”.

Has there ever been a more stark difference between a servant and a boss than when Jesus stood before Pilate. One man was the boss. We know it because he kept insisting that he was, by reminding Jesus he had the power to kill him (John 19). But Pilate was never in charge of that confrontation.

Even when he sentenced Jesus to death, Pilate was the boss but never a leader. Even the crowd had more power than him. Why? Because Jesus was always more concerned for others than himself, but Pilate (not to mention Herod and Caiaphas) were only looking out for themselves.

One man was the boss. We know it because he kept insisting that he was, by reminding Jesus he had the power to kill him (John 19). But Pilate was never in charge of that confrontation. Even when he sentenced Jesus to death, Pilate was the boss but never a leader. Even the crowd had more power than him. Why? Because Jesus was always more concerned for others than himself, but Pilate (not to mention Herod and Caiaphas) were only looking out for themselves.

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Forgive Me, My Lord I was so wrong https://more-church.org/forgive-me-my-lord/ Mon, 01 Feb 2016 14:15:34 +0000 http://connection.modeltheme.com/?p=1093 True, but small churches (including the one I pastor) aren’t just in small towns. And has anyone followed that line of thinking to its logical conclusion? Do we really expect that every church in heavily populated areas will either be big/mega, or sick and dying? Of course not.

I was attending a ministry conference a few years ago, when they did a giveaway to the pastor of the smallest church in attendance. The pastors in the room applauded as the small church pastor ran to the stage to claim a free grab-bag of “books, CDs and more!” from the host.

Wow! I thought. That’s great! They’re acknowledging the value of small churches. Then the host said, “We’re so glad you’re here! We just love helping start-up churches!” [Cue the sound of bagpipes deflating]

I love helping start-up churches, too. But that wasn’t the question he asked, it was an assumption he made. Surely any pastor of a small church attending an innovative church conference has to be a start-up.

True, but small churches (including the one I pastor) aren’t just in small towns. And has anyone followed that line of thinking to its logical conclusion? Do we really expect that every church in heavily populated areas will either be big/mega, or sick and dying? Of course not.

Small churches exist for a lot of reasons. Many are in smaller towns, some are unhealthy, and a lot of them are start-ups. But there are other reasons, too ministry conference a few years ago, when they did a giveaway to the pastor of the smallest church in attendance. The pastors in the room applauded as the small church pastor ran to the stage to claim a free grab-bag of “books, CDs and more!”.

Has there ever been a more stark difference between a servant and a boss than when Jesus stood before Pilate. One man was the boss. We know it because he kept insisting that he was, by reminding Jesus he had the power to kill him (John 19). But Pilate was never in charge of that confrontation.

Even when he sentenced Jesus to death, Pilate was the boss but never a leader. Even the crowd had more power than him. Why? Because Jesus was always more concerned for others than himself, but Pilate (not to mention Herod and Caiaphas) were only looking out for themselves.

One man was the boss. We know it because he kept insisting that he was, by reminding Jesus he had the power to kill him (John 19). But Pilate was never in charge of that confrontation. Even when he sentenced Jesus to death, Pilate was the boss but never a leader. Even the crowd had more power than him. Why? Because Jesus was always more concerned for others than himself, but Pilate (not to mention Herod and Caiaphas) were only looking out for themselves.

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