We see the body of Christ working in united formation to bring glory to Jesus in every domain of the nation.
To facilitate Church and Marketplace re-formation according to the plans and purposes of God’s heart in the 21st Century and beyond.
Partnering with Christian Federation
Kingdom Partners are supporters, churches and organisations working with a spirit of cooperation, collaboration and convergence to disciple the nation in accordance with the great commission (Matt 28:18-20).
What is distinctive about CF?
We advance transformation of the domains from within through the daily occupations of the saints. This is distinct yet complementary to organisations who bring kingdom influence from without.
How do we bring transformation?
By implementing the creation mandate and the great commission in the course of our daily occupations.
What defining scriptures authenticate this strategy?
Gen 1:28, Psalm 110, Isaiah 9:6-7, 66:1-2, Matt 5:6-7, 6:10, 12:29, 12:43-45, ch 13, 25:32, 1 Cor 15:24-28, Eph 4:11-12, Col 1:15-20, Heb 10:12-13, Rev 1:17-18, 17:9-18.
What is CF's role in this strategy?
To lead with prayer, develop kingdom strategies, inspire, connect, facilitate and mobilise training and equipping of the saints to support their calling in the domains.
How do we implement this strategy in practical terms?
MULTIPLY (Gen 1:28)
Increase kingdom presence in the domains.
OCCUPY (Luke 19:13)
Connect and disciple kingdom leaders in positions of influence.
MODIFY (Matt 6:10)
Bring kingdom transformation by incremental steps.
Testify to Jesus through our words and our ways.
With whom do we work?
We form relationships on the journey with those God has called. Re-formation occurs as church and marketplace leaders collaborate in love and purpose to disciple nations (Matt 22:36-40, 28:18-20).
How will we succeed?
The task of re-formation is humanly impossible. Very good... then the call can only succeed as followers of Jesus lay down their own agendas and enter into His rest to function as one body under the headship of Christ (Isaiah 9:6-7, Heb 4).