Our mission is to fulfil our Lord’s final command and to reach every nation in the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to plant Christian churches throughout every nation.
To advance the belief in the Christian Religion in the United Kingdom and to every nation for the benefit of the public through Pastoral care, Visiting the sick, encouraging, producing, and/or distributing Religious Tracts and literature on Christianity, to enlighten others about the Christian Religion, contributing towards the spiritual and moral education of children, promoting the study of Religious Teaching, Practices and Scripture, and promoting Prayer, Praise and Worship, Contributing to the spiritual and moral education of children:
We will also offer support to those who have been diagnosed with cancer and leukaemia and to their families.
We will also provide comfort for the bereaved.
We will train Christians in the Ministry of caring, not every Christian has the gift of evangelism but all Christian are called to serve others.
Whilst some are looking after the spiritual well being of their neighbours those that are trained in a caring ministry will look after the physical needs of their neighbours.
Children are a very important part of our ministry and we will endeavour to hold training workshops in children’s evangelism and to encourage all churches to hold Sunday Schools.
We will endeavour to accomplish this with our Lord’s help and guidance by working with Christian churches around the world in holding training workshops and equipping the saints in every good work. This will be accomplished through our training programmes.
After they have been trained they will be sent out to evangelise their own area’s first and then moving onto the next area’s and planting churches along the way.
As we follow closely to our Lord we must learn to serve others with joy and thanksgiving.
Serve the Lord with gladness; Come before Him with joyful singing.
For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.”