Our mission is to equip believers to be lovers of God and a blessing to the nations.
It is our highest priority to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength (Mark 12:30), and we all desire to better grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ for us (Ephesians 3:17-19). Then, out of an intimate relationship with the Father, and finding our identity in Him as sons and daughters, we experience the calling and empowering grace to be a blessing to others. None of us can claim to have anything of value and significance of our own. All that we are and that is good and noble of character and spirit comes from the Father. He is the source of life and truth, blessing and power. And it is from the place of abiding in and depending upon the Father in relational intimacy that we are able to express His character and power which was so perfectly modeled by His Son Jesus.
Three key elements of our mission statement merit being elaborated:
“Equip believers.” King of the Nations is a ministry dedicated to the idea that every believer has value and a purpose in the Father’s heart. Many Christians struggle with the concept or have not yet experienced the Father as a deeply loving, nurturing and intimately personal God. As an apostolic and prophetic ministry it is our privileged mission to reveal, impart and equip believers with the experiential knowledge of God as our “Abba, Father” (Rom.8:15). Building on that knowledge we provide our members opportunities to grow in the development of their callings and giftings through home assemblies, evangelistic outreaches and other venues. We also believe that ministry is relationship; relationship with the Father and with one another.
“A lover of God.” Loving God is the first and most important commandment (Mark 12:30). As lovers of God, our hearts should be enraptured with His splendor and beauty. No longer do the things of this world compare. He is our passion, our devotion and our glory! At King of the Nations, we understand and foster this great love affair.
“A blessing to the nations.” It is precisely because of the Father’s love, or rather our experience and knowledge of it, that we are compelled to express this reality to others. No one can truly have Jesus in their heart and casually pass by while large numbers of people in nations around the world drift into an eternity of darkness. It is our great privilege to love, to walk with, and to labor for, those searching for significance in this soulless world. As believers and disciples of Jesus we are graced with the opportunity to share the love of God, and to change the condition of the world as His ambassadors (2 Corinthians 5:20).