Our Identity 2018-10-10T09:15:28+00:00
  • We meet in the name of Jesus every morning, we train in his name, and we spend hours behind our computers in his name.
    We are called to proclaim his Good News that the Kingdom has come near us. This Good News is for all, but in particular for those who normally hear bad news only – the sinners, rejected, unimportant…, including children. The Good News is that God saw their tears and heard their cries, and sent a Saviour who came to live amongst us and who saved us from death. We dearly love this Jesus who embraced lepers, who forgave prostitutes, who ate with corrupt government officials, who asked a blind: ‘What do you want me to do for you?’, who gave his life on the cross, who invited a doubting Thomas: ‘Come and touch me, I have risen indeed!
  • We want all to meet Him and to fall in love with Him and to receive healing from Him and to join Him in building his Kingdom, on earth as in heaven. The beauty of the Good News is that God desires to live in a relationship with us. He lives in us through his Spirit and close to us through the family Jesus came to establish on earth. It is a strange family (He calls it his Body), full of weird, broken people. But it is a place where they can find love, where they can ‘see’ and ‘feel’ and ‘touch’ Jesus. Foreigners are welcomed as family members. Enemies become brothers and sisters. And all have the same Father.
  • We believe all people can and should live in a close personal relationship with him and so we teach people how to help others (including children) to enter into this relationship with Jesus. We have many testimonies of adults and children who renewed or discovered a relationship with Him. All of the above mentioned are included in our courses and prayer meetings. We preach Jesus, we talk about Him, and we listen to him. He is all that matters.
    We believe we can do nothing without the working of the Holy Spirit. He is the Comforter, the One who reminds us of our sins, the One who fills us and equips us with exceptional gifts (especially love!), the One who heals, and the One who gives fruit. This is the very first thing we teach in our Walking with Wounded Children course and then, during the course, we show them how a Gal 5:22-relationship can bring hope to a wounded child. The same applies to all our other courses.
  • We believe all people can and should live in a close personal relationship with him and so we teach people how to help others (including children) to enter into this relationship with Jesus. We have many testimonies of adults and children who renewed or discovered a relationship with Him. All of the above mentioned are included in our courses and prayer meetings. We preach Jesus, we talk about Him, and we listen to him. He is all that matters.
  • We believe we can do nothing without the working of the Holy Spirit. He is the Comforter, the One who reminds us of our sins, the One who fills us and equips us with exceptional gifts (especially love!), the One who heals, and the One who gives fruit. This is the very first thing we teach in our Walking with Wounded Children course and then, during the course, we show them how a Gal 5:22-relationship can bring hope to a wounded child. The same applies to all our other courses.We believe in relationships because God is a relational God. We believe in respect, because God respects us. We believe in love, because Jesus loved us first. Therefore, we learn all we can about relationships and respect and love.
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