Richard Ramos will be implementing a health and wellness program at First Church as part of his project thesis as he completes a Doctor of Ministry program at Perkins School of Theology.
First of all, I am grateful to God for the opportunity to serve First Church while completing my Doctor of Ministry program at SMU – Perkins School of Theology. I thank the First Church leadership and congregation for welcoming me and my family back so that we can participate in its ministry, mission and worship life while at the same time working on my project thesis.
In the following months, you will see more information on healing and wellness; life-saving information, materials and activities will be made available to the congregation and community as this will be the center of my ministry. We will be looking into the medical and theological/biblical aspect of healing and wellness.
On the other hand, please understand that this project will only be successful if there are willing people to support it. Basically, I need 6-8 people who would be willing to provide suggestions, feedback and evaluation of the project. This won’t take so much time as we will be using all forms of communication to address the need of our church for healing and wellness program.
The ultimate goal of this project is not only for healing and wellness education but to see our congregation engaged in living a healthy lifestyle, both spiritually and physically, and to use this opportunity to draw people to Christ.
Please contact me at email@example.com if you are interested in being a part of this project. Thank you very much!