The primary vision of JeremiahCry ministries is the advancement of the Kingdom of God through the public proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We seek to restore the biblical view of Christ-centered evangelism through reformational preaching, making a stark contrast with the man-centered pragmatism of our day seen in unbiblical gimmicks and the dualistic mindset of weekend outreaches. The Evangelist should be viewed as one with a specific gifting and calling by God (Eph 4:11), one who has been sent out by the church with a purpose of preaching the Gospel, calling all people everywhere to repent and believe.
JeremiahCry does not operate as a local church, nor do we assume the role of a local church. Rather each staff member is accountable to, and operates under the authority of their own respective local churches. The local church is essential and integral to every Christian ministry. Consequently,no para-church organization can ever assume the responsibility of autonomous local churches. We are guided as a ministry by our mission statement, doctrinal confession and creeds, and essential convictions.
JeremiahCry Ministries seeks to be an asset to the body of Christ in three distinct but inter-related areas; Public Proclamation, Media Resource and Local Training.
The men of JeremiahCry regularly engage in open-air preaching, but the ministry also seeks to provide frequent opportunities such as preaching tours and mission trips for the purpose of evangelization through public proclamation.
Our media resources provide doctrinally sound, Gospel-centered media in the form of print, audio and video resources pertaining to or related to the public proclamation.
We believe every evangelist must be able to rightly divide the Word of God, preach the Gospel, defend the faith, teach and disciple, as well as train others to do the same. Zeal without knowledge is dangerous, therefore men must be equipped to preach (1 Peter 3:15). By God’s grace, we seek to accomplish this task by helping pastors and teachers train those within their churches who have been gifted and called to preach, as well as through our more formal medium of training, “The Herald Society Training Academy and Conference”.