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To build leaders for the Harvest of today and tomorrow through the Abundant Life teachings of Jesus Christ

Then the Lord answered me and said:

“Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end, it will speak, and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry. — Habakkuk 2:2-3

A divine vision cannot be carried out from one day to the next; it must entail a process. As the apostle of this center, the vision is in my heart, and that vision is to make discipled leaders for today and tomorrow.


The process to develop God’s vision for this House, until it is completed, is carried out by manifesting His supernatural power in each stage of the vision. This can only be experienced by faith.

How will we facilitate this Mission? Through teaching and equipping the people with the abundant life principles taught by Jesus Christ according to John 10:10




In this stage of the process of the vision, we win souls for Christ. EVERY member of the church should be a soul winner. Our evangelism is supernatural because we not only preach the Word but we also testify and manifest the power of God through miracles, healing, the prophetic word, and words of knowledge.

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In this stage of the process of the vision, we confirm and strengthen the decision made by the new believer (NB), and the proper follow-up is provided until they develop the basic foundation of their new life in Christ and later be able to join a discipleship group.



The objective of the discipleship is to teach, train, equip, activate, and provide pastoral care because its goal is the continual and constant growth of the individual.

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When leaders are sent—within the local church and with the DNA of the House—to open an Apostolic Center or satellite hub as mentors to start a discipleship group, they are already fulfilling the fourth stage of the vision because they are equipped with the power and gifts needed to extend the Kingdom of God and develop each area entrusted to them. Also, as they grow spiritually, they can be promoted and sent as deacons, elders, or ministers according to God’s calling for their lives.

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