Where do we start?
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
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
Our Evangelistic Mission
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