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We are a Christ-Centered ministry that seeks to focus on what the New Testament reveals of Christ and His followers. We believe that this focus has produced much good fruit. We constantly see people healed as a result of teaching and preaching Christ the Healer. We believe that much of what Christians understood about Christ and His ministry has been obscured by a 1000 years of Dark Ages tradition, misunderstanding and outright error. We have many materials available on this site to explore what the New Testament says about important matters of ministry. Explore the links on the sides to find books, CDs, DVDs. Check out the links below for more specific information about All Nations Ministries & Publications and lots of downloads.
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It is one thing to see what must be done. That is visionary. It is another thing to actually do it. That is missionary. We must do, by God's grace, what we envision.
To proclaim the message of the Good News glorifying Jesus Christ as Savior, Healer, Deliverer and Lord demonstrating the power of the Holy Spirit to bring salvation, healing and deliverance to all who believe the message.
To teach, disciple, and equip churches and individual believers to do the Christ-like ministry of deliverance, healing and miracles to the building up of the Body of Christ.
To boldly confront heresies with New Testament biblical truth no matter how accepted and popular the teaching might be.
To facilitate the true unity of the faith and the knowledge of the biblical Son of God, to mature believers to the measure of the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ.
It has been our long-term policy to refrain from giving what might be seen as medical advice. Not only is it unwise for us to offer medical advice, it also may be illegal. If you or your loved one is ill or injured enough to be under medical care, we strongly recommend continuing that medical care.
Sometimes because people are confused about healing they sometimes think that they must refuse medical care to prove their faith to God. We believe that this is very wrong thinking. Christ never indicated in any way that there was some sort of test that someone must pass in order to receive healing. Just because someone has a testimony that they quit using their medicine before they were healed doesn't actually prove that God was requiring them to quit using it. They may be misinterpreting the circumstances.
A word of common sense... if you are still facing real symptoms, you still might need medical care. You may be standing in faith for healing but you might still need medical care until you completely receive the manifestation of healing. In our experience, it is NOT necessary to discontinue medical care in order to receive healing. Many people under medical care receive divine healing. Remember Jesus healed everyone in the multitudes when they came. Many of them certainly were under the care of doctors and they received healing. Not one of them was required to stop medical treatment to receive healing.
We strongly encourage you to continue medical care while you are seeking divine healing. We cannot help you decide whether or not to start, continue or discontinue a medical treatment for yourself or for a loved one. This is not our realm of expertise. If you are unsure about a particular treatment, then seek another medical doctor's opinion but please do not ask us. We can only offer the words of Christ as evidence that He was not negative against doctors... "those who are sick need a physician."
It is not necessary for those seeking friendship and fellowship with us to believe all these things. Nevertheless, we do believe these things and they are not negotiable nor or we looking for a debate with those who might believe something else. We hope that you can find much to agree with here.
We believe in:
The unique divine inspiration, entire trustworthiness and authority of the Bible with the New Testament properly interpreting the Old Testament for Christians.
The only true God, the almighty Creator of all things, existing eternally in three personsĖ Father, Son, and Holy SpiritĖfull of love and glory.
Jesus Christ, fully human and fully divine, who lived as a perfect example, who assumed the judgment due sinners by dying in our place, and who was bodily raised from the dead and ascended as Savior and Lord in fulfillment of the words of the Old Testament prophets. Christ is the Old Testamentís mysteries and types revealed openly.
Jesus Christ as the Word of God made flesh. He is the only begotten Son of the Father. He is the visible image of the invisible Father. Jesus Christ is the radiance of the Fatherís glory and the exact representation of the Fatherís nature. When Jesus Christ is seen, the Father is seen. Jesus Christ shows us the perfect expression of the Fatherís will.
Justification by God's grace to all who hear and believe the Gospel by repenting and putting their faith in Jesus Christ for salvation. Salvation is not dependent upon anything on this earth. No human relationship, church membership, the approval of ecclesiastical authority figures or religious works justify the believer. Faith in Christ alone makes the believer completely righteous before God.
The indwelling presence and transforming power of the Holy Spirit, who gives to all believers a new life, an eternal destiny, gifts and a new calling to obedient service.
The gifts and functions of the Spirit of Christ through believers making Christ the true pattern of ministry for all who follow Him.
The universal call of all humanity to God through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The value, equality and dignity of all people, races and ethnic groups: Created in God's image to live in love and holiness in Jesus Christ, but alienated from God and each other because of sin and guilt, and justly subject to Godís wrath without Christ.
The equality of all believers in Jesus Christ evidenced by their mutual submission to each other, leaders included, under the Lordship and guidance of Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit.
The unity of all believers in Jesus Christ manifest in worshiping and witnessing churches making disciples throughout the world.
The restoration of the Church into a more New Testament pattern by emphasizing house churches and community rather than building programs, weekly religious services, top-down, clergy-dominated authority, and other legalistic ideas borrowed originally from the Law of Moses. These Dark Age patterns were first evidenced by the Medieval Roman Catholics, later by the early Protestants and are modeled by many Christian groups today without knowledge that they are not the original patterns of the Church.
The equipping of ordinary believers to do the work of Christ-like ministry through preaching of the Gospel, teaching the Word of God and manifestation of the gifts of the Spirit.
The eternal rest of all believers who die in the Lord until the time of the return of Christ.
The victorious reign and future personal return of Jesus Christ, who will judge all people with justice and mercy, giving over the unrepentant to eternal condemnation but receiving the redeemed into eternal life.