About us

Who we are and what we believe in.

Our Vision

We believe that our Lord Jesus Christ is calling the body into a deeper relationship with Him. To forsake the things of the world and completely focus on His second return. Jesus Christ is coming back for a bride without spot and wrinkles - He is calling His children to completely surrender and walk in obedience to Him. The days of lukewarm Christianity and performing religious duties are passing by and the Lord is rebuilding His temple that is made up out of living stones. 

While the world is in despair, true disciples of Christ will rise up to preach the Gospel, heal the brokenhearted, proclaim freedom to the captives and heal the sick. The focus will be on a Maranatha cry to speed up the return of our Lord. Yes - darkness will increase, wickedness will be on the rise, but God is calling up His body to shine the light because the darkness will not overcome the Light. The question is, what will you focus on?

Maranatha is a Hebrew word meaning "Come Lord". By focusing on this cry, we can ask God to come back soon and bring His perfect justice and peace to the world. We can also use this as a reminder to focus on living out God's will in our lives, so that we can be a light to the world and bring glory to His name.

It's like a lighthouse in the darkness, guiding us to follow His call and to strive for righteousness, no matter the cost. 

Our goal is simple. We make disciples and Jesus Christ builds His Church. Saints must be equipped, trained, and sent out into the harvest fields to prepare for the end of all things.

Making disciples involves teaching and equipping individuals to live a life of holiness and obedience to God. This not only has an impact on the individual, but it also has an impact on the Church as a whole, as each disciple adds to the Body of Christ. This is similar to building a house, where each stone is integral to the overall structure. Each stone may seem small by itself, but when carefully placed it builds the foundation for something greater. In the same way, each disciple is an important part of the Church, adding to its strength.

These disciples that the Lord is sending out will change communities, cities and nations. As you receive the love of Jesus Christ through His Spirit, we want your heart to be transformed. This way you will lay down your life for Him and obey His commands.

This will bring about real and lasting transformation in their communities, cities and nations. As they share His love, they will also teach others how to live in obedience to His commands, bringing about a lifestyle of holiness and righteousness.

It is like a ripple effect, with each act of obedience leading to a wave of transformation that spreads outward, touching more and more people that are ready to lay down their life for Christ.

The family

In our ministry, we strive to build spiritual families of disciples, where people are actively involved in one another's lives. Jesus is represented here in character, love, faith, hope, and in power. In doing so, we exemplify the example Jesus set for us in living out our purpose: to share the love of God in tangible ways.

In addition to gathering regularly in homes as well as public places, the person of Jesus Christ is the centre of everything we do. The essence of who we are is rooted in knowing Him and sharing Him with others. We are committed to living out our faith by deliberately seeking to establish relationships with those around us, in order to invite them to experience the love and grace of Jesus Christ. For instance, we seek to open our homes for friends and neighbours to share meals and conversations, and to introduce them to the life-changing power of Jesus’ love.

Not only do we share this family life in words and acts but also with power through prayer and laying on of hands, we can activate spiritual power in someone's life and invoke healing, deliverance, and protection from the enemy. This shared power helps us to strengthen and support one another in our family life.

Our mission is to make disciples who make disciples through a network of "house-churches" with a shared vision, mission, and resources. By having a shared power structure in place, we are able to foster a sense of community and belonging, which helps us to be more effective in our mission. We can also pool resources together to better tackle mission-related tasks and projects. This allows us to maximize our impact and spread the gospel more effectively. House churches are important to our mission because they provide an intimate setting in which to share the gospel and demonstrate Christ's love. In addition, house churches foster a sense of community, accountability, and friendship among members of the church, which is essential for spiritual growth. House churches also provide an opportunity to develop and practice leadership skills as well as to serve and love others in the body of Christ.

Apostles Doctrine

"And they continued steadfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers." Acts 2:42

Fellowship

"They continued daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house. They ate their food with gladness and simplicity of heart." Acts 2:46

Equip & Train

"For the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry..." Eph 4:12
"The disciple is not above his master, but when he gets fully trained, he will be like his master." Luk. 6:40

Shine the light

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven" Matt. 5:16

the doctrine

  1. That the Bible (66 books) is the inspired and infallible Word of God, the sole and sufficient guide for our life on earth.
  2. That there is one God eternally existent in three Persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  3. In the Deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, His humanity, His perfectly sinless life, His substitutionary death as an atonement for our sins, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to the Father, and His personal return to the earth for His saints.
  4. That all human beings are dead in sin and utterly lost and that the only way their sins can be forgiven is through repentance and through faith in the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
  5. In the working of the Holy Spirit, whereby a person is born again to be a child of God.
  6. That justification is by faith in Christ alone, the evidence of this being good works that glorify God.
  7. In baptism in water, by immersion, after repentance and faith in Christ, in the Name above all names Jesus Christ.
  8. In the necessity of being filled with the Holy Spirit continually in order to have the power to be witnesses for Christ - by life, word and power.
  9. In the resurrection of the righteous to eternal life and the resurrection of the unrighteous to eternal damnation.
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