Many evangelicals employ illegal immigrants, attend church with them, and are involved in ministries in Mexico.
And my wife and I have commitments of investing what we have in Christian work—Christian colleges and ministries.
This does not include funding for ministries and rabbinic offices they've controlled.
That means that the kind of ministries we take on are flexible depending on the needs of society.
The same group was linked to a blockade of ministries and occupation of the Parliament during the spring.
Thought will be the agent of his ministries; which the poet has so marvellously portrayed in its personification as Ariel.
It would not have done to have had any strife between the two ministries.
That occurs because they can do no more, and have no priests who can aid them in their ministries.
Begin with the simplest of all ministries—breaking of bread to the poor.
And the ministries give way to one another in the same way, and there are the same speeches, the same incidents.
late 14c., "function of a priest," from Old French menistere "service, ministry; position, post, employment," and directly from Latin ministerium "office, service, attendance, ministry," from minister (see minister (n.)). Began to be used 1916 as name of certain departments in British government.