Before you think about connecting with this ministry it is important for you to know there are four key values that we hold fast to. These are:
As stated above, this ministry is unashamedly Christ-centric. He is at the centre of every testimony, the focus of every message, and the One who is glorified in every miracle. Our sincere desire and prayer as a ministry, is that people will see Him and come to a greater knowledge of Him. We are not a “healing ministry” or a “revival ministry” – we are ministers of Jesus. However, as we glorify and proclaim Him, people will be healed and revived.
Honouring the local Church
We believe with all our hearts that the local Church is the hope of the world and is essential to the plans and purposes of God on the earth today. Having been in full time local Church leadership for 13 years, we fully understand the unique pressures and concerns that local Pastors have in leading their congregation and in inviting guest ministries in. As such we truly seek to honour the leadership of any Church that invites us to minister and we submit totally to any Pastor who leads that Church. We treat the local Church as she is – the Bride of Christ and consider any invitation to preach as an honour and a privilege.
Honouring the Spirit of God
We are an unashamedly Pentecostal / Charismatic ministry. We believe fully in the 9 gifts of the Spirit (1 Corinthians 12) and seek to see these gifts manifest through our ministry. Like Paul, we believe that there should be a demonstration of the Spirit’s power through our ministry (1 Corinthians 2) and we honour God’s Spirit and invite Him to have His way in every meeting.
Honouring the Word of God
We believe that the Holy Spirit’s power comes in response to the preaching of God’s Word. Although we are a “Spirit” ministry, we honour the Word of God and always aim to be doctrinally correct and Biblically focused. We believe it is the preaching of God’s Word that creates faith in hearers, equips the saints, and leads sinners to salvation. Although we believe there may be times when the Holy Spirit interrupts a message (Acts 10), we believe this should be the exception and not the norm. The norm is that the preaching and teaching of God’s Word should be a priority in any meeting, and that it is from this basis that people can go on and encounter the Holy Spirit.