As a Christian, how do I know what my ministry is? (@jaysmoke)Blog
For God saved us and called us to live a holy life. He did this, not because we deserved it, but because that was his plan from before the beginning of time—to show us his grace through Christ Jesus. 2 Timothy 1:9 NLT
Every Christian is a minister. That doesn't mean every Christian is a pastor, but we are all ministers. Anytime you're using your talents and gifts to help others you're ministering.
Notice the Bible verse above says, "He saved us for his holy work." You are saved to serve. You may be thinking, "How do I know what my ministry is?" You look at your talents, your gifts, and your abilities. You look at how God shaped you. God wants you to use those talents and gifts to help other people.
Every time you do that, that's called ministry: nothing fancy, scary, or supernatural about it. It's just helping others. Can you minister in a sales office? Yes, you can. Can you minister as an accountant? Yes, you can. Can you minister driving a truck? Sure! Anytime you're helping other people in the name of Jesus, you're ministering.
In fact, God says you're NECESSARY in the church. You're a necessary part of this family. Look at it this way, if I don't use my talents - you get cheated. If you don't use your talents - I get cheated. Everybody else in the congregation gets cheated. So don't keep your gifts and talents to yourself, use it, in Christ, to bless someone and that is your ministry.