Our God-given mission and
core values – building
as a family
At the birth of our church, God gave us the name Kingdom Community Church, which encapsulates the mission He has for us.
The Kingdom of God is central to Jesus’s preaching. He came to restore the Kingdom or reign of God on earth. At the onset of His public ministry, He inaugurated the establishment of the Kingdom of God when He proclaimed in Luke 4:18-19: “The Spirit of the LORD is upon Me, Because He has anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the broken hearted, To proclaim liberty to the captives And recovery of sight to the blind, To set at liberty those who are oppressed; To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD.”
God’s plan is to set us free from sin, restore our identity as His children, redeem us as His subjects and empower us to establish His Kingdom on earth by bringing Kingdom values in every realm of society.
We have identified 4 ways we can do this:
We are to live out Kingdom values and bring about Kingdom culture in our places of work and spheres of influence, pointing people to a better Kingdom and our Lord Jesus Christ (Matt 5:13-16). We do this by affirming the calling of our people in the marketplace and equipping them with life skills and biblical wisdom that are relevant to their calling in the marketplace.
Empowering the Poor
God has a positive bias towards the poor and needy. So must we. Every person is created in the image of God and has intrinsic worth and capacity to reach their God given potential. Hence, we seek to come alongside the poor and needy to empower them to reach that.
Building Strong Families
Families are the foundational blocks in society. Faith and Kingdom values are first and foremost to be developed in the homes. Strong families, built on Kingdom values, will be the bedrock for building a righteous, prosperous, and God-fearing society.
The local church is a redemptive community that God has called out in order to teach, equip, empower and send forth to bring His gospel of the Kingdom to every nation. We seek to plant local churches in nations God brings us to.
The nation of Israel is the prototype and prophetic clock of God’s Kingdom. That is why we pay careful attention to what God is doing in and through Israel.
A new command
I give you:
Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this, everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.
We are saved not just to believe but also to belong to a redemptive community, a spiritual family called the church. It is in authentic community that we sharpen one another, learn to love one another (John 13:34), hold each other accountable and encourage one another to live out Kingdom values and our calling.
We seek to honor one another, making every effort to maintain unity by putting relationship before function. Our conviction is that authentic community is the new wineskin from which every other work flows. As an intergenerational family, our older adults seek to be spiritual fathers and mothers to the younger generations.