What This is All About
The typical church does not practically help people out of their problems.
The typical church does not teach people to practically help others out of their problems.
The typical church does not empower believers to live a victorious lifestyle.
The typical church system does not create a sense of community and family, a place where people are unconditionally loved by other members and are cared for by other members.
The typical church is more known for what they do on Sunday instead of what they live out as a lifestyle.
The typical church does not allow for people to ask questions, does not allow for ‘normal’ people to connect with leaders on a regular basis.
The typical church is more known for their doctrinal position more than their love and passion to demonstrate Jesus to the world.
The typical church cares more about putting butts in seats than bringing the sick, dying, and broken into healing, life, and wholeness.
This is a revolution:
To see the everyday believer demonstrating the power and love of Jesus, anywhere and everywhere.
To see believers walking integrity and in purity.
To set people free from religious mindsets, from sickness, from oppression from the devil.
To teach people how to have healthy relationship with God, and how to have healthy relationships with other people.
To teach people what it actually means to live out their ‘identity in Christ’.
To teach people to walk free from guilt, shame, condemnation, from their past and past decisions.
To teach people to have unshakable faith.
To teach people how to manage their thought life and their emotional life.
To teach people to self-educate.
To instill a sense of greatness, a sense of purpose and significance in the average believer.
To teach people how to love, how to have compassion.
To create disciples that will continue to make disciples.
It has nothing to do with a “name”.
It has nothing to do with a “ministry”.
It has nothing to do with money.
It has everything to do with walking like Jesus and re-presenting Him as He is.
The same power. The same freedom. The same grace. The same love.
This is what it’s about:
“in Him we live and move and have our being” – Acts 17:28