WHERE WE STAND AND WHY WE STAND MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE AS TO WHO WE REALLY ARE:
This spiritual unity is to be expressed amongst all who confess the truth of the Gospel. It is through the Gospel that we are saved, and built up in the faith. Jesus' prayer for unity was for those who would believe in him through the message preached by the apostles (John 17v20).
Jesus’ model challenges our whole concept of power, of authority, of status.
All professing Christians agree that a Christian leader should be a servant leader. Jesus couldn’t be clearer: “The kings of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them, and those in authority over them are called benefactors. But not so with you. Rather, let the greatest among you become as the youngest, and the leader as one who serves.” (Luke 22:25–26).
Unity built on the compromise of the gospel, is not true unity. Ours is a unity to which the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the very motivation for our existence.
Pastors in remote areas do not have the technological skills and access to the media platforms. So this is where we come in to assist.
We have a heart to help independent local churches thrive so that we might see the gospel of Jesus making a difference throughout the nations.
The celebration of diversity
There is far more to unity than a mere atmosphere of sweet friendliness. There also is the unity of truth. Truth is consistent, hence there is the sacred admonition that Christians “all speak the same thing,” and that there be “no divisions” among us. Rather, we are to be “perfected together in the same mind and in the same judgment” (1 Corinthians 1:10).
Who can join?
Our doctrine basis affirms that true fellowship between churches exists only when we are faithful to the gospel.
The churches of Churches Unite are committed to the truths of historic, biblical Christianity. The gospel of salvation by grace is so precious to us that we desire to stand together with all who believe and preach it. There are many opportunities for us to find common cause with others, if these do not compromise our distinctive testimony to the Gospel. Unity in the Gospel Christian unity is established through the Gospel. If we are to find common cause with other believers, it will be partnership onthe basis of a shared commitment to the Gospel.