Our Mission in the Middle East
God lead us initially to “break ground” in the Mesopotamia region.
By the Spirit, God gave us a divine blueprint as how to co-labor with Him in building His work in the Middle East – a vision of a wheel within a wheel as in Ezekiel 1:16-21. The vision of the wheel came with three different components: Hub, Spokes and Rim.
Hub (Prayer and the Word)
At the center of the wheel is a hub. This represents the foundation or support for the entire wheel. The hub then has a two-fold purpose: Mesopotamia House of Prayer and Mesopotamia School of Ministry. The House of Prayer aims to ignite and sustain a Spiritual Revival in the Region, and to model lives that are given over to worship, prayer and intercession. (Isaiah 56:7; Acts 6:4; Acts 4:31). The Training and Equipping Center aims to provide theological and practical training for the raising up of Spirit possessed leaders grounded in the Word of God and the Spirit of God. (Matthew 28:19-20; Ephesians 4:11-12).
The spokes represent the proclamation and demonstration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The spokes come forth from the hub, extend in every direction from the center. God has specifically emphasized to us love, boldness and miracles which leads to “soul-winning” and “supernatural manifestations of power”. (Matthew 10:7-8; Mark 16:20).
Rim (House Churches)
At the end of each spoke there is an intersection with the rim of the wheel. This point represents the planting of self-reproducing, discipleship-oriented “house churches” to be the communities of light in the region. God has called us to work with the “local men of peace” (Luke 10:5-6). The ultimate goal is of raising up the locals for the pastoring of their own people.
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