Our mission statement can be summed up in one word: REACH
Reach Up | Loving God:
Vertical reach to touch God –We reach up through worship, praise and prayer.
Reach In | Serving Each Other:
Horizontal reach to bless others – We serve God by loving and serving each other.
Reach Out | Changing The World:
Outward reach is to change the world – Changing lives and Transforming Communities with God’s Love and God’s Word. Jesus commanded us to go into the entire world and present the good news and make disciples.
LMC Global: Personal Relationship With God
We are Building Bible Centered Relationships to Bring People to Dynamic Life in Jesus Christ our Lord and Savoir.
1. Building Relationships
We are made for relationships. Loneliness was the first thing God said was not good. We are made for a relationship with God and for relationships with people. Building relationships is the key to finding and fulfilling God’s purpose for life. It is the key step in building a bridge to reach those on the outside so that they can experience dynamic life in Christ.
By building healthy relationships with God and others, we take the first step in fulfilling our mission. Bringing People to the full knowledge of the truth, through Reconciliation and fellowship with the Son of God who gave his life for all who believe in Him.
Come and see for yourself! That was Phillip’s invitation to his friend Nathanael in John 1:45-46. That simple invitation resulted in a changed life. Come hear for yourself, come see for yourself, come experience for yourself. Is there anything more powerful than a simple invitation? The Lord Jesus is Waiting to welcome whosoever come to Him.
Our Mission premises, our Home and our Church premises is a place where people can come and see for themselves. They can witness a loving community of Children of God. They can hear the truth in a clear way. They can experience the power of the truth. It can happen if we bring them to the feet of our Lord and master Jesus Christ.
2. To Dynamic Life in Christ
Jesus said, “I came that they might have life, and might have it abundantly” (John 10:10). Deep down it is what we all crave; real life. We are made for a life of purpose, fulfillment, meaning, and joy. Jesus alone can give us real life, dynamic and abundant life.
It can happen when ordinary people build relationships and bring people to the saving knowledge of Christ our Lord and Savoir. It happens when people just like you and me hear the good news and discover the reality of God for themselves. It can happen when ordinary people begin to learn and grow in Grace and Knowledge of God’s Word. It happens when meaningful relationships are formed and people learn how to walk and talk to God, listen to God, and walk in obedience to God. With Jesus, we build life’s most important relationship; our relationship with God. Jesus came so that we, and everyone, can know and experience dynamic life in Him. This is our VISION FOR LIFE.
3. God offers us new life. DYNAMIC and ABUNDANT life.
The word DYNAMIC represents seven life-long principles that help us grow in our faith and discover the dynamic life that God has for us. DYNAMIC stands for:
D – “Delight in God’s Truth”
Y – “Yield your Time to God”
N – “Nurture Authentic Community”
A – “Actively Serve Others”
M – “Magnify God With Passion”
I – “Invest in God’s Kingdom”
C – “Contagiously Influence Others”
BUILDING RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS CHRIST
I welcome you to our missioonary organisation, It’s a missionary movement founded on the knees of prayer, the exposition of the Living Word of God and is a dynamic, international ministry, reaching and touching the nations through prayer, preaching, teaching, discipleship, leadership and conference; targeting the unreached people groups in our communities, focusing on the family, under the leadership of the Holy Spirit, guided by the Wisdom of the Holy Scripture.
We invite you to come along with us to declare God’s Glory to all people, in all nations
“Declare his glory among the heathen, his wonders among all people. For the Lord [is] great, and greatly to be praised: he [is] to be feared above all gods.” (Psalms 95:3)