• in pursuit of GOD

  • discovering PURPOSE

  • maximizing POTENTIAL

  • impacting LIVES

The pursuit of God represents the way of life we hunger after as a church, a way of life in which God’s guidelines for wise living, as documented in the Bible, form the basis of everything we do.

Our goal is to emulate Christ, so that we can also be a gift to a world in need.

Just as a tool cannot decide its function, a created being cannot determine the reason for its existence.

We believe in the importance of each individual and encourage an environment in which anyone can be set on the path to discover the role they were designed to fill.

Each person is designed to do something a lot better than most, and the strength of the body lies in the strength of its individual parts.

It is in the maximisation of these innate talents and skills that mankind can have a positive and lasting impact the world.

We are committed to practical Christianity, where our pursuit, purpose and potential are used to enhance the lives of others.

Locally or in the international community, we desire to play our part in easing burdens on those less fortunate than ourselves.

Verse of the Day

Deuteronomy 7:9  "Know therefore that the LORD thy God, he is God, the faithful God, which keepeth covenant and mercy with them that love him and keep his commandments to a thousand generations;"



Welcome to the month of May with the theme: "My Season of Divine Pleasant Surprises".

When the Lord turned again the captivity of Zion, we were like them that dream. Then was our mouth filled with laughter, and our tongue with singing: then said they among the heathen,The Lord hath done great things for them.” Psalms 126:1-2 KJV

From these two verses, three things happened: when it is your season, the Lord will do great things for you, then your mouth will be filled with laughter, and you will sing. I see you singing a new song in the name of Jesus, Amen.

Let me start by saying even though everything about you may be shouting unpleasant, I have good news for you that there is a turning point. Things are changing for you. And as the Bible says, “And it shall turn to you for a testimony.” Luke 21:13 KJV. That seemingly unpleasant situation will end in praises to God if you do not faint. Say a heartfelt Amen.


Look at the title of this write up again and you will see that it is a command that needs total obedience and not a suggestion. Are you ready to step in or will you be giving excuses like the paralytic of 38 years at the pool of Bethesda? John 5:1-11


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