We know that, like the apostles, we are to preach the gospel publicly and from house to house. It is a privilege to be in your homes, sharing the gospel.
We know a pastor is to teach the Word of God, enabling us to live lives that please the Lord.
We know we know we are to preach the gospel to the poor, bringing them to what Jesus called “life and life more abundantly”
We heal the sick in Jesus’ Name and our God is with us even to the end of the age.
We know that the message is the Gospel. We love it, we live it, and we preach it. It is the good news, and it is the power of God unto salvation for those who believe.
Our eyes are on Jesus, the Author and Finisher of our faith. We don’t worship. We don’t worship fellowship. We worship Jesus.
We know that we have been called by God to be priests. We are to serve him. We don’t live in our own little world, we serve him fervently until every lost person is found. We will build 200 churches across our land and across the world in the next 20 years.
We know every member has been given the Great Commission. So we joyfully work while it is yet day – seeing people born again, baptized in water, baptized in the Holy Spirit, and learning to live for God.
We know that we are to bear fruit and not to gather fruit. There is no shortage of people that need to hear the Gospel. Our joy is to go to the Harvest, and bring the harvest field unto the Lord.
We know we are to fill His house with His praise. We praise the Lord! We praise Him for who He is and what He does. If it’s not about Him, it’s not praise.
We know that the tithe is not about obedience to the law. It is before the law, during the law, and even Jesus taught tithing! It is our joy to bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, to the Lord.
We know prosperity is about trusting our Heavenly Father for everything we need! No fear of debt, no fear of poverty, no fear of people! Our Father is our Provider!
We know that Jesus taught us to pray, “Our Father”. That means we are part of a great family of God across this world. When one part of that family needs help, it is our role to freely give as we have freely received.
We know God’s grace abounds to us, teaching us to say no to sin and to work hard for Him.