Welcome to Redeeming Love Transformations Ministry!
Our ministry consists of a body of believers who minister right where they are at in life. This means we minister outside the four walls of the church, but at times, we also minister to those within the church. Our goal is to establish a culture of honor and love, building relationships with all members of the Body of Christ, and networking to provide training and equipping, so that each person is walking out their authentic walk in Christ, according to the passion within their hearts, using the gifts and talents that God has bestowed upon them.
Our Values at Redeeming Love Transformations:
· To continue the call of Isaiah 61
· To be a house of prayer and worship
· To be people who radiate and demonstrate the love of God
· To be "knit together in love" and in doing so, become a habitation for God
· To make disciples who walk in humility and do even greater works than Jesus did
· Training leaders who will rise up to their destiny in the Kingdom
· Giving extravagantly to the poor and helping with world missions
· To be faithful to Jesus Christ, His Word and His Spirit
Throughout the New Testament there are numerous references to the "cell" church, or the church meeting in homes. The most life-giving, powerful, and effective church was the first century church recorded in the Book of Acts. They met both in the larger congregational meetings and in the homes.
"So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house" Acts 2:46a
We see larger congregational meetings as a necessary "gathering" of the saints and the smaller home meetings as equally vital and necessary "assembling" of believers. In home cell gathering, Christians actually begin to assemble together and make heart-to-heart connection in the Body of Christ. We believe this is why the Word of God admonishes us in Hebrews 10:24-25:
"And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching."