To be a Christ-centered & Spirit-filled Community Church discipling families to advance God’s Kingdom in every generation
Make Kingdom Disciples
God’s heart is always concerned about bringing people into His kingdom. His kingdom is His domain, His reign over His people at His place. Jesus brings the Kingdom of God at hand. For all who believes in Jesus, His Kingdom resides in our hearts and lives.
God wants us to centre our lives and minds on His Kingdom and righteousness (Matthew 6:33, Colossians 3:2). We need to recognise our identity and live out as Kingdom people, sons and daughters and friend of God where we can meet God face to face, simultaneously enjoying our inheritances and utilising resources available in our Kingdom’s purpose to fulfil the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) in faith and obedience (James 2:17). We are called to impact lives towards Christlikeness (Romans 8:29)
Build Priestly Family
In Old Testament, Israel is God’s chosen people, a royal priesthood (representative) and holy nation (set apart). In New Testament, the church continues with this identity and destiny (1 Peter 2:9).
In Old Testament patriarchal times, the heads of families offered sacrifices, intercessory prayer and perform religious functions. A priest is representative and mediator of God, ministers praise and worship to Him, set apart offering sacrifices, makes intercession prayers and serves God.
To build Godly families with godly characters, relationships and reflect godliness, we need to regain our identity and destiny as chosen people and families to function as royal priesthood. We need to ignite prayer altars especially in our families where we learn to minister praise and worship to God, praying and growing together as a family, offering our services to Him and reflecting God in our lives.
We are called to carry His kingdom and be a witness (Acts 1:8). Wherever we are, we manifest His presence and release His power (Matthew 10:7-8) with prophetic utterances where signs and wonders, healing and deliverances when bearing witness for the gospel.