Church Ministry

Psalm 90:12 encourages us to “… number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.” With the passing of each day, month, and year, it seems that the moments of life are flying by faster than ever. As we look around at our society and our churches, we feel that time is short to teach character and commitment to the next generation.

We are saddened by what seems like the complete annihilation of what is good and right in the world around us. Often, as we minister in local churches we can see the effects of losing what seems to be a whole generation of young people to the world’s allure. Yet, we are encouraged in Ephesians 5:16 to “[Redeem] the time, because the days are evil.”

Realizing that our Sovereign God is still in control and is preparing His Bride for the coming of the Bridegroom, we press on, serving our King as He enables us to proclaim the Gospel, encourage believers, and disciple the next generation for His glory.

God has given our family a desire to serve Him through Godly, uplifting music as well as Biblical encouragement and teaching. Our children take seriously the admonition to “make a joyful noise unto the Lord” and love to sing and play for God’s glory. I enjoy giving messages geared toward strengthening family relationships and discipleship.  Also, Darlene loves to speak into the lives of young ladies, both married and single, on what it means to be a Titus 2 woman. Our constant prayer is that we will be a blessing and encouragement to others.

We are still lining up ministry opportunities for this year and would love the opportunity to be a blessing to your church’s ministry. We do not “charge” for our ministry as such. Some churches receive a love offering to help with ministry expenses, some give an honorarium, and some simply say “thank you.” All ministry opportunities are precious to us and we are grateful for God’s provision. Please contact us if you would like to schedule a date for us to serve with you.

May the Lord bless you in all you do for His glory.

Patrick Neely