the characteristic spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its beliefs and aspirations.
What is Ethos Ministries?
The MISSION statement of Ethos Ministries is to fulfill “The Great Commission” as told by Christ himself in Matthew 28:19-20. Jesus gave his blood and ultimately His life for the propitiation of sin for all mankind. The Veteran Service Member of the United States, also, gave an oath to defend the people and foundation of this country with their blood. The scars of war are both seen and unseen, the battles with day to day life, the hole that is left from combat can only be filled by Jesus Christ. The ministry is committed to helping the service member and their families through reconciliation with the King of Kings.
The Ethos ministry serves veterans who may be suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or any injuries while serving our country.
Ethos is a Non-Profit group of Veterans that are committed to the spiritual healing of the combat service member, and family. This group of men and women are committed to bringing the Gospel of the greatest warrior to those that have served and given all that they can. This includes everything from treating the combat related stress of the service member, how to deal with that service member (for the families and loved ones), to financial literacy training, interviewing skills, resume writing, and job placement. There are many other things that this group does, but the focus is the Cross and the service member.
|“Therefore, we are ambassadors of Christ, as though God were making an appeal through us; we beg you on behalf of Christ… be reconciled to God.” -2 Corinthians 5:20|
|Ethos’ volunteer ONLY ministry consists of:|
|Senior Pastor||Jesus Christ|
|PTSD Coordinator||John Blehm|
|Board Advisor||Mike Rogers|
|Board Member||Dave Bruskas|
|Prescott, AZ Coordinator||Charlie Koon|
|Media Manager||Holly Geymont|
Where & When
Ethos, Mondays 6:30 PM
Mountaintop Christian Fellowship
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