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Hands Of God Ministries, Chicago, Illinois

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Address: 863 E. 64th Street
Chicago, Illinois  60637  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 25
Number of People Being Served: 100
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Mission Statement


"The Hands Of God Ministries" exists to further extend the hand of God to the community. Through the fellowship, partnering, and volunteering with others, we seek to equip, assist, and create opportunity. The effort is twofold in giving, both to those who give a hand as well as those in need of a hand. In order to be the "Hands of God to the world... you must be in the Hands of God securely." My Personal Statement: "Having grown up in poverty, spent time in jail, and living homeless on the street, I know full well what it is to be in need. By the power and grace of God I now devote my life to the service of Christ, in the ministry of the gospel. My attention is toward an assisting effort to those still suffering.' Matthew Milam II, Founder

Description


We are described in two words, Fellowship and Outreach. Our Fellowship: We serve as a fellowship connection for both volunteers and members. People from all walks of life and every level of need can make connections to assist others as well as receive the assistance needed. This works through networking, equipping, and support. We are the pot that is filled for serving; from it we serve each other. By exchanging ideas, skills, and funds; strength is provided for charities, programs and missions. We create a ministry resource made up from resourceful ministries. Our Outreach: Jesus came to announce the message of good news to the poor; to reach those lost and suffering. Our ministry has this ideal as its priority. The members and volunteers have made it their business to serve those in need. This creates a need for the ministries as well. We reach out to each other to provide assistance, training and, encouragement. In doing this better service and assistance can be dispensed to the communities in need.

We are described in two words, Fellowship and Outreach. Our Fellowship: We serve as a fellowship connection for both volunteers and members. People from all walks of life and every level of need can make connections to assist others as well as receive the assistance needed. This works through networking, equipping, and support. We are the pot that is filled for serving; from it we serve each other. By exchanging ideas, skills, and funds; strength is provided for charities, programs and missions. We create a ministry resource made up from resourceful ministries. Our Outreach: Jesus came to announce the message of good news to the poor; to reach those lost and suffering. Our ministry has this ideal as its priority. The members and volunteers have made it their business to serve those in need. This creates a need for the ministries as well. We reach out to each other to provide assistance, training and, encouragement. In doing this better service and assistance can be dispensed to the communities in need.

Mission Statement: "The Hands Of God Ministries" exists to further extend the hand of God to the community. Through the fellowship, partnering, and volunteering with others, we seek to equip, assist, and create opportunity. The effort is twofold in giving, both to those who give a hand as well as those in need of a hand. In order to be the "Hands of God to the world... you must be in the Hands of God securely." My Personal Statement: "Having grown up in poverty, spent time in jail, and living homeless on the street, I know full well what it is to be in need. By the power and grace of God I now devote my life to the service of Christ, in the ministry of the gospel. My attention is toward an assisting effort to those still suffering.' Matthew Milam II, Founder

Organizational Statement of Faith


Ephesians 4:4-6 (New International Version) There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called, one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all, and through all, and in all.


Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational, Evangelical, Protestant


Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


Christian Community Development Association (CCDA)


Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No