Supernatural Ministry

Core Value

Jesus promised signs would follow believers and they would do even greater works than He.

(Mark 16:15-18; John 14:12-14; Acts 2:17-18)

We believe all can be healed becasue jesus demonstrated the Father’s will in healing all the sick and demonized.

(Matt. 4:23; Matt. 9:35; Matt. 12:15; Matt. 14:14; Luke 9:11; Acts 10:38)

We owe the world an encounter with God and invitation to salvation because Jesus sent us to the world just as the Father sent Him.

(Luke 10:1-23; Matt 5:14; John 20:21; John 17:18; Matt 28:18-19)

Nothing is impossible with God so no person or situation is beyond His ability to bring complete restoration.

(Luke 1:34-37; Matt 17:20; Mark 10:25-27; 1 Cor 6:9-11; Ps. 103)

Faith requires us to step beyond fear and take risks while humbly honoring the environment in which we are ministering.

(Matt 9:28-29; Matt 17:2; Math 14:24-33; Acts 3:1-10; Heb 11:1; James 2:14-18)

What does it look like?

The cross of Jesus didn’t make natural people good; it made a new race of beings on the planet who were naturally supernatural.

(Mark 16:17-18; 2 Cor. 5:17)

Loving people is supernatural, and we always operate from love when we take risks to release heaven into people’s lives.

(Matt. 5:44; John 13:33-35; 1 Cor. 13, 16:14)

We walk as sons of God being salt and light, revealing our Father’s goodness and calling people to repentance. 

(Matt. 5:13-16; John 20:22; Rom. 2:4, 8:19)

The Holy Spirit gives every believer the power to be a bold witness, releasing God’s supernatural power, seeing miracles, signs and wonders.

(Acts 1:8; Acts 2:16-18; 1 Cor. 12, 14:1-3; Matt. 10:8; John 20:21-23; Acts 4:31-35; Acts 8:26-40; 1 Cor. 4:20)

We naturally live a Spirit-led life following the voice, leading and guiding of His Presence as we release heaven into earth.

(Matt. 4:4, 11:28; John 5:19, 10:27; Mark 5:21-34; Acts 10:9-16; Gal. 4:16-18)

When we encounter the works of darkness, it is an opportunity for God’s supernatural love to move powerfully.

(Acts 4; 1 John 3:8, 4:18; Matt. 16:19)

Prayer invades the impossible, releasing heaven’s power, so we continue to cry out for more.

(James 5:16; 1 Thess. 5:17; Matt. 6:9-13)

We celebrate every small victory and steward the testimony of Jesus that is the Spirit of prophecy. 

(James 1:17; Matt. 7:11; Rev. 19:10)

We are not saying…

…we are Jesus.

(1 Cor. 6:19-20; Col 1:27)

…we pursue a relationship with God just so we can perform signs and wonders.

(Luke 10:17-20; Mark 7:21)

…people are trophies, and miracles make us more important in the Kingdom.

(Matt. 7:21-23, 18:1-5; 1 Cor. 13)

…we prefer to demonstrate miracles over loving and serving people.

(Prov. 21:21; 1 John 4:20; 1 Cor. 13, 16:14)

…people have to pray and fast, or perform, to earn the grace needed to operate in signs and wonders.

(Gal. 3:2-5; 1 Cor. 15:10)

…every risk we take when ministering will result in the expected outcome.

(Acts 16:16-24; Matt. 14:22-33; Rom. 8:28 )

…miracles stopped with the apostles and Jesus.

(1 Cor. 12, 14:1,39; 1 Pet. 4:7,10; 2 Tim. 1:6-8)

…we won’t have resistance to the gospel and experience persecution.

(Acts 4:3-22, 5:17-42; 2 Cor. 11:24-25)

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