THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF GOD
Building a people of power for His inheritance
As a people of faith and light bearers of the Word of God, it is our responsibility to populate the kingdom by establishing God’s redeeming love among all people, helping them unveil their true identity in Christ and the power available to them for exploits, so they can reign in this dimension as priests and kings unto God enabling them fulfill their God ordained destiny.
Who we are
Vision & Mission
Our goal is to build a people of power for His inheritance. To achieve this, we help people know who they are in Christ (Philippians 3:10) because we empower people to reign in Christ.
What we believe
Our core values are found in the acronym: www.define
We are who we are because we believe in the entirety and efficacy of God’s word. It is the core of our being and the foundation on which we are established.
(Hebrews 4:12; Deuteronomy 8:3)
We are expressive in our relationship with God; no holds barred. (Psalm 150:6; John 4:24)
This parish was birthed through prayer. We believe in offering effective, fervent, intelligent and strategic prayers to God. (Matthew 21:13; Luke 18:1; James 5:16b-17)
We understand our roots and where we come from but are diverse enough to open our hearts and doors to people who appear different. (Galatians 3: 28; Ezekiel 47: 22, Colossians 3:11)
We set the example for the world by emulating the God head in exhibiting the spirit of excellence. After God did all he did, He said it was good and where it wasn’t, he worked on it until he achieved the desired outcome. (Daniel 6:3; Titus 2:7; Proverbs 22:29)
We are family centric and believe in the sanctity of marriage, its values and relationships. (Romans 12:5; 1 Timothy 5:8; Psalm 68:6)
We say it as it is and are transparent in everything we do and say, without fear or favor. (Proverbs 11:13; Proverbs 21:3; 2 Corinthians 8:21)
Our services and activities will impact our immediate community. (Mark 12:31; Romans 14:13; Isaiah 1:17)
We are dynamic, innovative and open to change without digressing from the core of our purpose. (Luke 2:52; Mark 2: 21,22; Genesis 2:7)