To prayerfully lead people to faith in Jesus Christ and equip people to live as servants devoted to Jesus Christ and His church.

Do to others as you would have them do to you.

Luke 6:31


God's Plan of Salvation


Do you know Christ as your personal savior?

Do you know for sure if you died today you would go to heaven?

The way to get to Heaven is God's Plan of Salvation.

  1. Acknowledge
    “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God.” -Romans 3:23

    Admit that you are a sinner. Our sins separate us from God. Many people hope they will make it to heaven because of their good works. They think because their “good” behavior outweighs their “bad” behavior God will say welcome into heaven. But the word of God says “As it is written, There is none righteous, no not one:” (Romans 3:10 ).

  2. Repent
    “Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out . . .” -Acts 3:19

    When we repent, God promise not only to wipe away our sin, but to bring spiritual refreshment. Repentance may at first seem painful because we try to hold on to certain sins. But God has and will give you a better way. Do you feel a need to be refreshed?

  3. Confess
    “…If thou shall confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.”
    - Romans 10:9

    Salvation is as close as your own mouth and heart. If we say with our mouths and believe in our hearts that Christ is the Risen Lord we will be saved.

  4. Forsake
    “Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the Lord, and he will have mercy upon him: and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon.” –Isaiah 55:7

    We can never walk on God’s way until we forsake our own way.

  5. Believe
    “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”
    –John 3:16

    Here God set the pattern of true love, the basis for all love relationships-when you love someone dearly; you are willing to give freely to the point of self-sacrifice. God paid dearly with the life of his Son, the highest price he could pay. So believe in this love, put your trust and confidence in Him that can save you. Realize that God loves you and has a plan for your life. If you have never trusted Christ, let this promise of everlasting life be yours.

  6. Receive
    “He came unto his own, and his own received him not. But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name.”
    –John 1:11-12

    All who welcome Jesus Christ as Lord of their lives are reborn spiritually, receiving new life from God. Being reborn makes you spiritually alive and puts you in God’s family. Have you asked Christ to make you a new person? This fresh start in life is available to all who believe in Christ.

No matter where you are, or the condition of your life, you need Jesus Christ to be your Savior and Lord. You cannot effectively deal with your sins any other way. Now is the time to come to him.

Pray and Receive Christ as Your Savior

Outreach Ministry


Go ye therefore and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost:

Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen. (Matthew 28:19-20)

Being led to fulfill the Great Commission, our efforts are directed towards non-Christians ad nominal Christians (those who don’t take the demands of Christian discipleship seriously).

We share the message of Good News that Jesus Christ died for our sins and was raised from the dead and is now the reigning Lord who offers forgiveness of sins and the liberating gift of the spirit to all who repent and believe.

The methods we use are prayer calls, training classes, evangelistic conferences and workshops. Our goal is to bring people into a new relationship with God through Jesus Christ and enable them to commit their lives to Him.
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The Power of Evangelism

PowerOfEvangelismEvangelism is the proclamation of the Kingdom of God in the fullness of its blessings and promise, which has also been called salvation.

Jesus did more than preach the Kingdom. He demonstrated its reality with signs of the Kingdom, public evidence that the Kingdom he was talking about had come. We believe that signs should validate our evangelism, too.

Since the reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the devils work (1 John 3:8), he inevitably came into collision with the prince of darkness. The signs of the Kingdom were evidences that the devil was retreating before the advance o the King. As Jesus put it, once the strong man has been overpowered by the Stronger One, his possessions can be taken from him (Matt. 12:29; Luke 11:22).

Signs of the Kingdom

The signs of the Kingdom reflect this. We list them in approximately the order in which they appeared, although this is not necessarily in order of importance.SignsoftheKingdom

  1. The first sign of the Kingdom was, and still is, Jesus himself in the midst of his people (Luke 17:21; Mat. 18:20), whose presence brings joy, peace, and a sense of celebration (John 5:11; 16:33; Mark 2:18-20).

  2. The second is the preaching of the gospel. There was no gospel of the Kingdom to proclaim until Christ arrived. Now, however, that he has come, the Good News of the Kingdom must be preached to all, especially to the poor (Luke 4:18-19; 7:22). The preaching of the Kingdom points people to the Kingdom itself.

  3. The third sign of the Kingdom is exorcism. Evil powers are expelled. We refuse to demythologize the teachings of Jesus and his apostles about demons. Although the principalities and powers may have a reference to demonic ideologies and structures, we believe that they certainly are evil, personal intelligences under the command of the devil. Demon possession, and influence, is a real and terrible condition. Deliverance is possible only in a power encounter in which the name of Jesus is invoked are prevails.

  4. The fourth sign of the Kingdom was the healing and the nature miracles making the blind see, the deaf hear, the lame walk, the sick whole, raising the dead (Luke 7:22), stilling the storm, and multiplying the loaves and fishes. We all agree the these were not only signs pointing to the reality of the Kingdoms arrival, but also anticipations of the final Kingdom from which all disease, hunger, disorder, and death will be banished forever. We also agree that God is still powerful and performs miracles today, especially in frontier situations where the Kingdom is advancing into enemy held territory.

  5. A fifth sign of the Kingdom is the miracle of conversion and the new birth. Whenever people turn to God from idols, to serve the living and true God (1 Thessalonians 1:9, 10), a power encounter has taken place in which the spell of idols, whether traditional modern, ad of the spirits has been broken. God power for salvation is displayed in the gospel (Romans 1;16), and converts who have been rescued from darkness to light and from the power of Satan to God (Acts 26:18) are said to have tasted… the powers of the age t come (Hebrews 6:5).

  6. A sixth sign of the Kingdom is the people of the Kingdom in whom is manifested that cluster of Christ like qualities which Paul called the fruit o the spirit. For the gift of the spirit is the supreme blessing of the Kingdom of God. Where he rules, love, joy, peace, and righteousness rule with him (Galatians 5:2-23; Romans 14:17). Moreover, love issues in good works. Thus, if the gospel is God News of the Kingdom, good works are the signs of the Kingdom. Good news and good works, evangelism and social responsibility, once again are seen to be indissolubly united.

  7. The seventh sign of the Kingdom, we suggest, is suffering. It was necessary for the King to suffer in order to enter into his glory. Indeed, he suffer in order to enter into his glory. He suffered for us, leaving us an example that we should follow in his steps (1Peter 2:21). To suffer for the sake of righteousness or for our testimony to Jesus, and to bear such suffering courageously, is a clear sign to all beholders that we have received Gods salvation or Kingdom (Philippians 1:28-29; 2 Thessalonians 1:5).

Kingdom Principles

churchEvangelism is the joyous witness of the people of God to God’s redeeming love, which urges repentance and reconciliation to God and each other through faith in Jesus Christ-who lived, died, and was raised from the dead.

Through renewal with Jesus, believers are empowered by the Holy Spirit and incorporated into the church for worship, fellowship, nurture, and engagement as disciples in God’s mission of evangelization and liberation within society and creation, signifying the Kingdom that is present and yet to come.

The Kingdom of God brings the reign of God into all of life, making all things whole. Healing and deliverance demonstrates Gods reign. The following points are some key principles for Jesus healing work.

  • Jesus sometimes healed when he alone believed, but he was clearly limited by an unbelieving (negative faith) atmosphere (Mark 6:1-6; 8:22; Luke 4:23-28).
  • Our Lord did not necessarily always equate sin and sickness (John 5:9-18; 9:1-3).
  • Jesus did not do miracles for those who only wanted to test him or to be entertained the scribes and Pharisees, (Matthew 12:38-42).
  • Jesus most often healed in public, though sometimes he withdrew, especially in negative environments, to heal privately (Mark 5:35-43; 8:22-26; Luke 4:38:39).
  • Our Lord used many patterns and methods in healing (John 9:1-41; 11:41-42).
  • What Jesus saw the Father doing, he likewise did (John 5:19).

Kingdom Authority

Through Jesus, the sinless Son of God, the authority or reign which was lost through our sin has been re-established for all who submit to Gods grace and reign through faith in Jesus. These points outline the significance of Kingdom authority restored through Jesus.

  1. Authority and power are often confused.
    • Power (Greek dunamis) is might or ability, both inherent and spontaneous. It is often used for the word miracle a work of power (Mark 6:5).
    • Authority (Greek exousia) is the freedom and right to act the right t exercise that power. Exousia can be delegated.
  2. God has absolute authority; he is almighty (Luke 12:5; 1:51-52; Romans 13:1-6; Matthew 20:25-26).

  3. Through creation God gave mankind relationship, identity, and position with himself. This gave us authority (Genesis 1:26-27; Psalm 8:3-4, 6-8).

  4. Having deposed Satan, Jesus reinstated those who he has brought into relationship with God through faith in him, and thereby gives us authority to:
    • Proclaim the good news, Our God reigns!
    • Baptize and teach
    • Drive out demons
    • Heal the sick
    • Speak in new tongues
    • Raise the dead
    • Disciple the nations
    • Represent Jesus (Saviour) to the world
    (Matthew 10:8; 28:18-20; Mark 16:15-21; John 20:21)
  5. The authority to heal is exercised and released through certain premises. The neglect of the following premises results in a lack of authority in your:
    • Relationship with God
    • Faith in what God says and who Jesus is
    • Obedience to his Spirit
    • Submissive attitude
    • Having a servant's heart
    • Faithful stewardship
    • Speaking the word of the Kingdom

Kingdom Evangelism

KingdomofGodThe Church should announce and demonstrate the Kingdom of God. Kingdom evangelism involves power evangelism: that means evangelism that transcends the rational through the demonstration of Gods power in signs and wonders ad introduces the divinity of God. This involves a presentation of the good news of Gods reign accompanied wit the manifest presence of God. Power evangelism is spontaneous and is directed by the Holy Spirit. The result is often explosive church growth.

The most basic form of evangelism is through personal friendships in which the gospel is shared with relatives and neighbors. The testimony of answered prayer, especially in healing the sick, has led many to faith in Christ. In one of the large labour camps, a demented woman, whom no doctor or psychiatrist had been able to help, was placed in the same room with a Christian sister. As a result of the Christians loving care and prayer the woman was completely healed. The whole camp realized that a living God had acted.

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