It is spiritual inner game opener but you must finish. There are no half measures. The outcome is a soul changer resolving one’s spiritual fate. “All-in” is an all or nothing gambit casting one’s cares and future with God. His gambit sacrificed His Son. Jesus went all-in dying for everyone’s sins. Your move confessing sins, repenting, all-in surrender, trusting Jesus is the Way. Pray ask Him into your heart and soul to become Lord and Savior. Believe it and Him and you win!
Jesus is all in all. We are itinerant laborers in a season for harvesting the lost to an “all-in” relationship with Jesus Christ for eternity anytime, anywhere, at any cost.
The Bible is the Word of God, the source for what we believe, and the standard for how we live. The Bible “is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness” (2 Timothy 3:16-17). The central theme of the Bible is the person and redemptive work of Jesus Christ. We want our beliefs, expressions, and actions to conform to God’s Word so that we can faithfully proclaim the person and work of Christ.
Evangelism – All the work of God in Jesus Christ is our salvation. Jesus Christ died for our sins, was buried, and was raised from the dead. He died in our place and suffered the penalty that we deserved because of our sin. On the basis of His death, those who trust in Jesus Christ are for given by God, brought into relationship with God as His children, and indwelt by the Holy Spirit. This gospel or “good news,” is at the heart of the all-in ministry.
ALL-IN Ministries Inc. We desire, above all, to proclaim Jesus as Savior to the people of our community, nation and world (1 Corinthians 15:3-4; Acts 1:8).
Dependent upon the Holy Spirit – The Holy Spirit indwells, empowers, and gifts each believer for service. The Spirit uses the Word of God to convict of sin, to transform habits of thought and behavior, to encourage, and to strengthen all in faith. The Bible achieves its full effect in our lives only through the work of the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:14; John 16:13-15). We emphasize prayer as a means of confessing our dependence on God and seeking His help and direction for our lives and service.