For far too long, believers have looked to political, economic, social and education-based agendas to address the decay now engulfing us. But spiritual success in spiritual war depends entirely upon spiritual solutions. God has given us a three-pronged KINGDOM AGENDA STRATEGY for kingdom-minded pastors to adopt and implement across racial lines in every community. These are pastors who are developing kingdom disciples leading the way in impact, unity and societal transformation by equipping them to build families and infiltrate the culture in order to reflect and transfer kingdom values.
The decay of our culture is, at its core, a spiritual issue. That is why we believe when the church decides to OPERATE IN UNITY on a kingdom- based agenda that we will usher in true and lasting hope for our land.
Churches must COME TOGETHER across class and cultural lines and work toward reconciliation. We must heed the clarion call– from heaven into history and from eternity into time–for Christians to live fully as kingdom disciples.
Unless kingdom-minded influencers significantly enter the discussion and assume the leadership for promoting justice and righteousness in society in order to RESOLVE THE DIVISION CRISIS, we will be hopelessly deadlocked in a sea of relativity regarding this issue, resulting in restating more questions rather than providing permanent answers. God is not going to bless a country or a culture that comes up with its own rules and asks Him to bless it. God expects kingdom-minded churches to lead the way.
This is a defining moment for us as churches and citizens to decide whether we want to be ONE NATION UNDER GOD or a divided nation apart from God . If we don’t answer that question correctly and if we don’t answer it quickly, we won’t be much of a nation at all.
(2 Chronicles 15:3-6; Psalm 33:12)
The strategy to solve America’s social problems lies within the church.
Kingdom-minded pastors develop a community-wide pastors fellowship which meets regularly and hosts an annual solemn assembly.
(Isaiah 58:1-12; Ephesians 2:11-22)
Kingdom-minded pastors actively develop disciples who speak out with unified messaging, offering biblical truths and solutions on contemporary cultural issues.
(John 17:13-23; Matthew 28:16-20)
Kingdom-minded pastors collectively mobilize their churches to carry out a visible presence of ongoing good works improving the well-being of underserved communities.
(Jeremiah 29:5-7; Matthew 5:13-16)