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Living God's Church is a worldwide multi-cultural vibrant Church. We proclaim Jesus Christ to the world through sound Bible teaching and ministration to needs through the power of the Holy Spirit. We are affilated to the New Testmament Church of God and therefore we submit  to the General Assembly rules and minutes of the Church of God, Cleveland.

We proclaim the gospel to the unsaved and teach and exhort believers in to spiritual maturity. Another important aspect of the church is that, it is a training ground for Ministerial Formation and the Ordination and Licensing of those who are called by our Lord Jesus Christ to serve in the fivefold ministry. The Church is internationally focused; reaching out to the world through Church Planting, Missionary work, Social responsibility, and Training & Development throughout the world from our headquarters in Leicester, United Kingdom. Currently, we have sub regional stations in Cape Town, South Africa and the Eastern Region of Ghana.

We are Pentecostals
Members of the Living God’s Church experience a spiritual outpouring they identified as the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Because it was so similar to the experience of the early Christians on the day of Pentecost, it came to be called a Pentecostal experience, an enrichment of the Christian life through the power of the Holy Spirit that empowered believers to be effective witnesses of Christ. The principle distinctive of the Living God’s Church as a Pentecostal organization is its belief in speaking with other tongues as the Spirit gives the utterance and that this is the initial evidence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit.

We are Charismatics 
The from the word charismata (Gk.) or gifts of the Spirit, we have experienced the gifts of the Holy Spirit in the life and ministry of the Living God’s Church. The gifts can be divided into three categories: the gifts of revelation, the gifts of power and the gifts of utterance or inspiration. The gifts of revelation are the gifts of the word of wisdom, the word of knowledge and the discerning of spirits. The gifts of power are faith, miracles, and gifts of healing. The gifts of utterance and inspiration are prophecy, tongues and interpretation. The Holy Spirit bestows these gifts and those who accept the validity of these gifts are called charismatic.

We therefore do not pre-empt or emphasise just one gift in our Churches but we yield to the Holy Spirit Who manifests in Living God's Church by Divine design.

Confession of Faith
We believe in:
• The trinity God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit
• The Bible is the Infallible Word of God ad Scripture as that which has been revealed to us for our spiritual warfare
• Rebirth inputted to those who confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour and believe with their heart the death and resurrection by the Father.
• Baptism by immersion and in the baptism of the Holy Spirit
• Gifts of grace by the Holy Spirit 
Fivefold ministry for the perfection of the saints. Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors and Teachers.
• Jesus was conceived by the  Holy Ghost and in the virgin birth
• Divine Health, Healing and Deliverance
• Holy Spirit empowered prayer of faith for every need
• The second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ
• Making a joyful noise in Praises, Worship, Thanksgiving and Adoration 

As Christians
First and foremost, the Living God’s Church is a determinedly Christian church. It is built upon the person of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. The doctrines and practices of the church are based upon His teachings.

As Protestants
The Living God’s Church is founded upon the principles of Protestantism, although it is not a traditional follower of any specific leader of the Protestant Reformation. The denomination stands firmly for justification by faith, the priesthood of believers, the authority of the Bible, religious freedom, and the separation of church and state. It stands against abuses and extravagance of ecclesiastical ritualism and dogmatism. 
 
As Evangelicals
Evangelical is the term used to describe those who affirm the primary doctrines revealed in the Scriptures. These doctrines include the inspiration and authority of the Word of God; the Trinity; the deity and virgin birth of Jesus Christ; salvation by faith in the atoning death of Christ; His bodily resurrection and ascension to the right hand of the Father; the ministry of the Holy Spirit; the second coming of Christ; and the spiritual unity of believers in Jesus Christ.

 Our Evangelistic Mission
From its inception the Living God’s Church has been a revival movement. Evangelism has been in the forefront of all its activities. The church has maintained an aggressive effort to take the message of Christ throughout the world by all means and methods. Every program of the church reflects an evangelistic attitude: revivalism, conferences, worship services, teaching, preaching and its missionary efforts.

Our Organization
The magnitude of the Great Commission requires a united effort. This united endeavour is efficiently served by guidance, support, resources and leadership from a common centre. The Living God’s Church is centrally organized. This helps facilitate the fulfilment of the mission of the church.  

The Leadership of the Living God’s Church rests with the laity and ministers, who jointly form a governing body under the leadership of an Ordained Bishop. Benefits of centralized government include the following: uniformity of doctrine and practice; principles that bind together local churches in the same manner; membership commitments in all churches; expansion and extension of fellowship; accountability; cooperative decision-making; and united efforts in evangelism and world outreach
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Our Ministry
Ministers in the Living God’s Church are ranked as consecrated bishop, ordained ministers, and licensed ministers. They achieve these levels of ministry through a profession of faith, commitment to the church, training, internship and fulfilment of credential requirements. The Living God’s Church emphasizes the doctrinal position of the priesthood of all believers and encourages laity to assume a Biblical role in local church ministry.