Vision

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We believe that God wants Christian Life Fellowship to be a strong home-base (local church) from which many multi-faceted ministries will originate to impact Jamaica, the Caribbean, and the world, for the advancement of God's Kingdom.

This vision is derived from:

  • The Biblical models on which the church was conceived - the patterns of church life taught in the New Testament including the Jerusalem church and the Antioch church as described in the Acts of the Apostles. (Acts 2:42-47, Acts 13:1 3).
  • God's investment in the church - many gifted men and women who are called by God to impact the nation and the world.
  • Specific prophetic words which have been proclaimed to and accepted by the church.
  • The convictions of the leadership team (elders and other leading men and women).

Why this Church?

Christian Life Fellowship originated from times of revival, where young men and women committed themselves to challenging each other towards a wholehearted, sincere devotion to God, and to applying New Testament principles and patterns to their personal and corporate lives.

What is a 'strong home-base'

A strong home-base is characterized by the following:

  1. The consistent teaching of sound doctrine, and a people devoted to obeying God's words. (Acts 2:42-47).
  2. A united people of one heart and voice, with the same mind and judgment, committed to community life and fellowship; that is, a sharing of resources to meet the needs of each other and meeting with each other on a regular basis to be mutually strengthened. (Eph. 4:3, Rom. 15:5-6, 1Cor. 1:10, Heb. 10:24-25).
  3. Prayer as a way of life of our Fellowship. (Eph. 6:18).
  4. The manifestation of God's power as a norm in the life of the Fellowship. (Eph. 3:17-19, 1Cor. 1:4-9).
  5. Ongoing evangelism resulting in people being constantly added to the church. (Acts 2:47)
  6. A people living authentic, consistent, and holy Christ-like lives while awaiting the return of the Lord. (Tit. 2:11-14).
  7. A people who speak prophetically to social issues and who are involved in social action. (Gal. 2:10, James 1:27).
  8. An effective training and development programme geared to equip various ministers. (2Tim. 2:2).