We offer a loose covering for ministries under the Revival Central International Network who feel a need for a covering. No fees are required. Only a commitment to abide by the Statement of Faith as given below. To become an affiliate ministry, simply fill in the information below:


For example: Praise Center
For example: Rev. James John
I agree to comply with the Vision and Statement of Faith of Revival Central. Please affiliate us to Revival Central and email us the Certificate of Affiliation (if requested).
In addition, our church would like to partner and contribute financially on a monthly basis by Paypal on the link provided here . This enables Apostle Derek to focus on developing Revival Central further and to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world.



VISION


Our vision is entwined with the Coming Worldwide Revival and the End-time Harvest . We have embraced the Reformation and the changes needed to ensure that we are vessels useful for the Master’s service and able to bear the Coming Glory. Understanding the logo:

1. The Vine- Abiding in Jesus Christ is a mystery to many today, even to ministers of the gospel! Revival Central unveils this forgotten and deep mystery.

2. The Cross- The Vine is entwined around the Cross - Abiding in Jesus Christ requires that we embrace the Cross. The deeper we know our Lord Jesus, often the more strange and intense the trials that we encounter. Often Five-fold ministries are birthed by God out of suffering, tribulations and even sickness.

3. The Dove- the Presence of God. Apart from the Presence of God, we cannot abide in Jesus Christ. Unveiling the secret unction behind saints such as Kathryn Kuhlman. It also alludes to the Coming Worldwide Revival.

4. The World- Bringing this gospel of the cross, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ to the world with the end-time harvest following.

Hudson Taylor wrote:
There is a needs-be for us to give ourselves for the life of the world. ... Fruit-bearing involves cross-bearing. “Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone.” We know how the Lord Jesus became fruitful—not by bearing His cross only, but by dying on it. Do we know much of fellowship with Him in this? There are not two Christs—an easy-going Christ for easy-going Christians, and a suffering, toiling Christ for exceptional believers. There is only one Christ. Are we willing to abide in Him and so to bear fruit?



STATEMENT OF FAITH

The essence of what we believe as a ministry (affiliation of churches) is outlined in our Statement of Faith.

1. A deep and personal relationship with Jesus Christ through the Presence of God is central and essential to our lives.

2. Following His plan for our lives, individually and corporately is central in our walk with God. This affirms that He is not only Savior but also LORD of our lives. This needs to be in context of 'the prophetic big picture' for the whole Christian church throughout the earth.

3. Discerning that we are living in the last of the last days preceding the Rapture and in the days of the final harvest is essential to correctly discern His plan and the purposes of God in our lives.

4. Conversely, we are strongly opposed to dead works and all that is of the flesh i.e. all efforts and works, even Biblical New Testament works, praise, done in our own strength without clear revelation and anointing from God through His manifest Presence.

5. God is Sovereign and is All-Powerful and is in complete control at all times.  We rest in this knowledge and endure trials and take up His cross in this knowledge.

6. The restoration of the priesthood of believers is important so that all under our ministry grow to hear and discern God's will and plan themselves and be liberated from the errors and unhealthy control such as found in the Shepherding Movement some time ago.

7. Homosexuality / the "Gay Agenda" is sinful and leaders cannot continue ministering while practicing or condoning such things.

We believe that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments in their original writing are fully inspired by God and accept them as the supreme and final authority for faith and life. We believe in the sovereignty of the one God, eternally existing in three Persons - Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We believe that human beings, though created in the image of God, are sinful, guilty and lost without Christ, and that this truth is a necessary preliminary to the Gospel. We believe that Jesus Christ, as begotten by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary, is true God and true man. We believe that Jesus Christ, as God incarnate, is unique and sinless. We believe that on the cross Jesus Christ became sin for us, was judged by God and died in our place. We believe in the bodily resurrection of the Lord Jesus, His ascension into Heaven, and His present ministry as our High Priest and advocate with the Father. We believe that the Jesus of history and the Christ of Glory are the same Person. We believe that, because of the substitutionary sacrifice of Jesus Christ, God freely forgives those who are brought to repentance and faith in His Son. We believe that all who are justified by the grace of God, through faith in Jesus Christ are born again of the Holy Spirit and thereby become children of God. We believe in (a) the baptism of the Holy Spirit,  by which believers are empowered and equipped for service (b) the baptism in water (c) the gifts of and the fellowship with the Holy Spirit and (d) in the God-given ministries of the Apostle, Prophet, Evangelist, Pastor and Teacher. (e) the fulfillment of the Great Commission with signs following as in Mark 16: 17-18. We believe in the resurrection, both of the just and the unjust, the eternal blessedness of the redeemed, and the eternal damnation of those who have rejected God's offer of salvation in Jesus Christ.

We believe that other religions and ideologies are not alternative paths to God, and that human spirituality, if unredeemed by Christ, does not lead to God but to judgment and damnation, for Christ is the only way . We believe that we, who claim to be members of the Body of Christ, must transcend within our fellowship the barriers of race, gender and class. We believe that there is an urgent need for us to engage in evangelism and social action, in co-operation with other churches, mission agencies and Christian organisations, and we repudiate competition.

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