With a continued commitment to utilizing advanced technology, Capitol Ministries is launching weekly Zoom meetings to connect ministry leaders world-wide for ongoing training, networking, and support as we follow God’s leading for expansion.
Capitol Ministries requests that our prayer partners and supporters commit to pray for these weekly meetings that will begin January 8.
The meetings will be led by Ralph Drollinger, President and Founder of Capitol Ministries, from his home studio in California.
Nearly 100 CapMin teammates will be participating every week from Montana to Texas and California to Vermont in the U.S. and from many foreign nations including Belarus, Peru, The South Pacific Islands, Romania, Cameroun, and Sierra Leone.
The meetings will serve to create an additional infrastructure to support the CapMin team members who have created individual Bible study-based discipleship ministries across the world, said Drollinger.
“Likened to the CapMin website, the weekly worldwide Zoom meeting will facilitate connectivity, aid in coordination, allow for encouragement, and provide a platform for ongoing training as God expands the ministry,” he said.
“This is an amazingly efficient tool for a worldwide organization like CapMin that will enable direct and effective communication on a weekly basis.
“It will also greatly aid in preserving and building the sense of family ministry that’s already been created among team members over the years at CapMin international conferences.”
As government restrictions have prohibited large meetings and greatly restricted CapMin’s ability to hold training conferences, ongoing training will be provided during these zoom calls every week.
Time will also be provided for ministry leader reports so team members may hear the work of their colleagues around the world.
Occasionally, public servants who attend a CapMin Bible study will speak to the CapMin team.
The meetings will close every week with prayer and a Bible study that will be led by Drollinger.
Capitol Ministries is a 501c3 ministry whose mission is to create disciples of Jesus Christ in the political arena throughout the world.
Bible study-based ministries have been established in more than 24 foreign nations and in 43 states.
Through Local Government Ministries, discipleship Bible studies are being created for city and county government public servants in the U.S. and around the world.
Drollinger personally leads four separate Bible study ministries in Washington, D.C. to members of the White House Cabinet, White House Senior Staff, and to U.S. Senators and Representatives. Visit capmin.org to learn more.