Rana Sullivan Ministries (RSM) has One Mission, One Vision, and One Goal, and that is WORLD EVANGELISM. World Evangelism has been the driving vision of Rana Sullivan Ministries (RSM) from its inception. Dr. Rana is well-known to co-labor with the Holy Spirit when she is evangelizing locally and globally. She has passionately obeyed the Lord’s command to “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15, NKJV), and her commitment has never quivered.
She is reaching out with the Gospel in a uniquely and lovingly way that is captivating the lost and turning their hardened hearts back to Jesus. Dr. Rana has a sweet and tender heart for Father God, and her heart is to see all of ABBA Father’s children return to Him and grow more intimate with their first love. She desires to encourage everyone to step into their callings and purpose for His Kingdom's work. RSM has been given assignments to reach through world-wide open-air preaching, Christian literature, digital video, audio resources, and evangelistic meetings to heal across the United States of America and the world. Will you pray for Rana and her team and consider sowing into our outreach efforts? I sincerely thank you in advance for sowing into God's Kingdom work through Rana Sullivan Ministries (RSM). Together, with your support, we are a mighty force of God winning souls.
Saving souls is the most important thing we can do for Jesus.
Mark 8:36 says, "For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?"
Luke 15:10 says, "Likewise, I say to you, there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.”
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I have a question to ask you. Why are we here on this earth?
This life is not about you and me. Life is about helping others, so I am planning on doing something radical with my life before I leave this earth. When I see my one true love, ABBA Father, He will say, "Well done, good and faithful servant." I have tried to serve, love, and share the Gospel, and live a faithful and decency life on this earth. I want to encourage each one of us to do the same. Give everything you have to the LORD, and serve HIM with your faithfulness until He calls us home. Will you lay your life down to serve Him?
IF NOT NOW, THEN WHEN?
You do not have to look far to see that there are many problems and challenges in our world today. Perhaps, you feel overwhelmed and wonder how you can make a difference.
The truth is, changing our world starts with changing us. As individuals and families who love God, we must be willing to take responsibility for our part in our world. We cannot point our fingers at everyone else and blame them for the condition of our world; blaming does not bring change or improvement.
When we realize that we cannot change others, only ourselves, we come from a position of choice and strength. We can make different choices to have a different outcome. And we each have our part; for example, in the book of Nehemiah in the Bible, the Jews were rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem and were responsible for the portion of the wall near their homes. Likewise, we are each responsible to build our lives and families for God’s glory and for improving our world. If each of us does our part, it will not be long before our world changes for the better!
As Christians, we know that we are commanded (not requested) to share the good news of Jesus. We are familiar with the Great Commission in Matthew 28:18-20 right before Jesus ascended to heaven:
“Jesus came and told his disciples, ‘I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth. Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.’”
But if you’re like most Christians, sharing your faith can be a little intimidating. You are not quite sure how to go about doing it without it being awkward or potentially unwelcome. After all, unsolicited information can lead to uncomfortable situations. At the same time, we do have to remember that the gospel can be offensive to some, so we need the Holy Spirit to help us discern when to share and when not to.
Regardless, we are called to present the good news, so here are some simple ways to share the gospel or at least open the door to a conversation.
If you are currently sharing the Gospel on Facebook, please be sure to share it beyond your friends list. Unless you have Satanist and heathen on your friends list, they won't receive your posts.
How do you post beyond your friends list?
1. Mark your post as public.
2. You can Boost Post.
3. Ask your friends to share your sermons posts, etc.
Here are some practical ways to share the good news of Jesus (The Gospel):
#1 Share your testimony
Do not be afraid! You can do it. I believe in you all.
Paul taught us of three simple elements when sharing his testimony in Acts 26:1-23.
I strongly recommend for you to read Paul’s testimony for an example of what you are aiming for. Then, you are ready to prepare your own short story.
Here are some examples to present your personal testimony:
1. Give a brief description of what your life was like before you received Jesus Christ. (Refer to Acts 26:4-11)
2. Describe how God spoke to your heart and opened your eyes to spiritual truth. Include the basic facts of the gospel and your response of faith. (Refer to Acts 26:12-18)
3. Finally, share how your life has changed since receiving the forgiveness available in Jesus Christ. (Refer to Acts 26: 19-23)
That is, it! If you have not taken the time to jot down your personal testimony, why not do it now? This is probably the easiest way to share your faith and everyone likes to hear a personal story. It is okay to practice this a few times, so it is natural, and you are comfortable with it first. Try to keep it short (2-3 minutes) and authentic. Each time you share, speak it from the heart!
# 2 Christian Apparel
Wearing a Christian hat, shirt, or jacket is an easy way to share the gospel. People wear things to support their favorite sports team, entertainer, or brand all the time.
When you are wearing something that is unique, it is sure to draw some attention and possibly produce a question about the meaning of your apparel. This may go without saying, but I’ll say it anyway: be sure that when you are wearing Christian apparel that you’re actually acting in a way that would honor Jesus! We should always aim to please God with our words and deeds, but especially when we are sporting Christian apparel.
#3 Christian Jewelry
Wearing a unique piece of Christian jewelry can draw attention and open a door for you to share about your faith. You could even initiate a conversation by commenting on someone else’s piece of jewelry first, and then show them your bracelet or necklace along with what it means to you.
#4 Social Media
Social media has become a platform for both positive and negative issues today. Why not use your influence on social media to share the good news of the gospel? But keep in mind, like other methods of sharing your faith, you cannot share about Jesus with one post and then tear someone down in the next post.
James 3:10-12 (NKJV) explains it like this: “Does a spring send forth fresh water and bitter from the same opening? Can a fig tree, my brethren, bear olives, or a grapevine bear figs? Thus, no spring yields both salt water and fresh.”
What does that mean?
You have to decide who you are going to be on social media. Will you post only positive, uplifting information that glorifies God so that you can share your faith effectively? Or will you reduce your chances of being able to share the gospel because of the negative posts you share? You decide.
#4 Offer Help
There are many methods of sharing the gospel, but this may be one of the most memorable. When you see someone in need, offer to help. It’s that simple. Maybe it’s giving a few dollars to a mom at the grocery store who is a bit short in being able to pay for her groceries; maybe it’s giving a bottle of cold water to a homeless person holding a sign at a stoplight; maybe it’s offering words of hope to someone in despair.
#5 Offer Prayer
We can offer prayer to someone who is hurting. All it takes is noticing others around you; who needs encouragement? Who needs healing? Who needs a miracle?
I don’t know what your experience has been, but in my experience, if I notice that someone is struggling and I compassionately offer to pray for them or their situation, 99% out of the time, they will accept my offer. Rarely will people become offended when you ask if you can pray for them. Offering to pray for someone is a sure way to share the gospel and to show the compassion of Christ as well.
Warning: If you have never been delivered from your demons, please don’t lay hands on people because I have seen demons transfer to other people (in my deliverance sessions) as a result of someone laying their hands to pray for them. You can pray for people without touching them.
#6 Build Relationship
This method probably is the best long-term method for sharing the gospel. As we live our lives and go through the ups and downs that come, and people see that our faith in God is steady and we don’t waver in our devotion to Him, they will see the power of the gospel at work right in front of them. We will be a living witness of what Jesus can do in someone’s life who consistently lives for Him. And when they face difficulties, they will come to us for strength because of the genuineness of faith they have seen at work in us.
#7 Utilize the Gospel tracts
You can keep the Gospel tracts in your purse or your car and hand them out everywhere you go, such as Starbucks drive-thru, restaurants, grocery stores, mall, gas stations, nails salon, hair salon, leave them at the gym, airport restrooms, school restrooms, Ulta, homeless with cash inside of it, etc.
God is calling you. Will you accept His call for your life?
Our ministry teams visit hospitals every week to share God's love and healing power.
Many students struggle with food insecurity. Creating a food pantry on campus can help ensure all students get enough to eat. We are a network of campus food pantries that connect, support, and share resources. By partnering with Student Engagement and Activities Department at San Jacinto College and Lone Star College helps the college staff members to continue the vital work of serving students.
Currently, our most needed items are:
Beans, Green Beans, Peas, Corn, and Carrots
Fruit cups, cans of fruit in light syrup, jelly, and raisins
Pasta & Grains
Pasta, Rice (small and large bags), Macaroni & Cheese, Instant Potatoes, cans of ravioli, boxed meals, crackers, and spaghettios
Cans of tuna/salmon, cans of chicken, cans of stew, cans of chili, pork, and beans, peanut butter, spaghetti sauce, and soups
Boxes of cereal, instant oatmeal & grits, pop tarts, granola/cereal bars, syrup, and pancake mix (add water only)