We achieve our purpose through following a discipleship strategy called The 4 E’s:
We are intentional and strategic to build relationships with people in our community with the aim of sharing the Good News so that everyone has the opportunity to connect to God and our Spiritual family.
We believe that God has called every person to be a disciple of Jesus Christ and an ambassador of His Kingdom. Therefore, it is important for everyone to build strong biblical foundations and experience the healing, freedom and victory Jesus gained for us on the cross.
We believe that every believer must grow strong and mature into the fullness of Christ. It is therefore of utmost importance that every believer is equipped in the Word of God and trained effectively for them to be able to make disciples and minister to people.
We believe that every believer is called to be a disciple maker and extend God’s Kingdom wherever they are. We therefore want to empower people by creating opportunities to become active in making disciples, ministering to people and leading a small group or ministry.
How do we practically achieve our strategy? (Activities)
As believers, we practically achieve the strategy by firstly becoming established in the faith ourselves, equipped in the Word of God, empowered to bring transformation in our community and building relationships with non-believers. The aim is to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with these people, to establish them in the faith, to equip and empower them in turn to reach out to their world around them.
The following diagram graphically illustrates this process:
Community Transformation, Sunday Services, Action Small Groups, Missions, Local and International Camps, Outreaches and evangelism (God Tests, Treasure hunts, Hospital visits etc)
- Growth Path (Spiritual Family, Spiritual Foundations and Victory Weekend)
- ACTS small groups (see ACTS breakdown)
- Leadership Schools
- ACTS small groups
- Leading an ACTS small group
- Leading or being involved in a ministry
- Engage and Establish someone in one-on-one
- Leading or involved in a community initiative with the purpose to engage people and to establish them in the faith