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We bring Christians together to help them listen to, and be heard by, the Government, Media, and the Society

Kingdom Leadership Network seeks to represent evangelical Christians globally. The network aims to bring Christians together and help them listen to, and be heard by, the government, media, and society. We are a network of a multicultural fellowship of leaders and Pastors from different Christian organizations and churches, Professionals, Business owners, Educators as well as Christian politicians, working together as part of solution providers to impact the lives of many for Jesus, with the common objective to create tomorrow’s leaders of integrity who will spearhead spiritual and societal transformation in this desperate world.
Our goal is to build covenant relationships that will establish sound spiritual leadership. Our aim is to provide an enabling environment for growth, fertile ground that cultivates potential, align purpose and fulfills destiny.

LICENSING AND ORDINATION

Licensing and ordaining to the ministry those who are qualified, providing them with credentials from a recognized ecclesiastical body where its ministers can obtain a license to marry from the Registrar General of Ontario and other issuing offices.
The KLN has the ability to ordain to the ministry those that God has clearly called and equipped. We trust that you will contact us and allow us to help you reach your full potential. So join the hundreds of other Pastors and Evangelists that enjoy this Network.
To become ordained or licensed in the Association one must complete an application, sign the tenets of faith, submit all pertinent documents and then be interviewed and examined by the Ordination Council. Once accepted the minister must maintain a devoted life of ministry and sacrifice, strictly adhering to the statement of faith.

NETWORK ISSUES

Leadership development is an important aspect of personal and societal transformation. It engages people in changing systems, structures, and people. Leadership development should not be confined inside church walls but should go beyond so that the gospel will be carried out in the marketplace. We will not succeed in world evangelization when we do not think deeply about strategies to use for reaching out to professionals and different influential groups who can impact the lives of many with the gospel of Jesus Christ. The purpose of the global mission should not only be to bring people to heaven but also to transform them with the power of the gospel while on earth, so that they impact positively the world with moral values such as justice, peace, fairness, love, etc. The proclamation of the gospel is a very good thing but it is not the whole thing. We should proclaim and also demonstrate.
Some leadership training programmes focus on packaged knowledge, techniques, and skills to the neglect of godly character. By contrast, authentic Christian leaders must be like Christ in having a servant heart, humility, integrity, purity, lack of greed, prayerfulness, dependence on God’s Spirit, and a deep love for people.
Christians need a special kind of discipleship to be able to transform societies. In leadership development, we shall measure the impact of our activities rather than how big they are. Leadership development empowers the few so that they can win the masses. This is the strategy Jesus used to reach out to the entire world with a small group of people called disciples. The world today is in great need of leaders who could spearhead transformation in all domains, knowing that the power for transformation comes from the gospel. World evangelization needs the development of leadership for the fulfillment of the Great Commission of Jesus Christ as stated in Matthew 28:18-20.
We are in the very early stage of building a global network but we have started to form some connections, which is a network of leaders from different Christian organizations and churches as well as Christian politicians, on how leaders could bring about change in the life of people and in society using the gospel and different strategies.
We are planning to team up with leaders who have a passion for leadership development in exchanging ideas on how we can impact the lives of many for Jesus through social networks and the like. Join us in developing leaders of integrity who will spearhead spiritual and societal transformation in this desperate world.
The media dominates our world. It is part of virtually every society on every continent. It is the primary way in which news and stories travel. It is by far the most important channel for ideas to spread. It shapes every aspect of human experience, from our sense of identity to our views on the biggest challenges facing humanity. The KLEM Media Engagement issue network is to help the global church to engage with media in three main areas, as highlighted in The Cape Town Commitment.
We commit ourselves to a renewed critical and creative engagement with media and technology, as part of making the case for the truth of Christ in our media cultures.
Many Christians in the West are so accustomed to a media-saturated culture that they often take it for granted and fail to think critically about it. Many parts of the majority world, on the other hand, have experienced extremely rapid and unsettling changes in the media’s presence within the culture. Whatever the context, the church often struggles to know how best to respond. What does faithful discipleship in a media-dominated world look like? The Lausanne Media Engagement issue network is working on ways of resourcing the global church to think critically about and to respond constructively to, the messages of mainstream media.
The world of mainstream media, whether news and current affairs or creative and entertainment media is a challenging place to be a Christian. But it is also a highly strategic place to be a Christian since the media has such an enormous influence on society. We need Christians to be salt and light as they work with professionalism and Christian integrity in mainstream media. Our network is working to encourage and equip churches to support and disciple such Christians. Many Christians are also active in social media, so we are providing resources to help them do so thoughtfully and intentionally.
There is a long history of the global church using media technologies—from papyrus through printed books to radio, television, and the Internet. Digital technology has developed so much that it is now possible, maybe essential, for every Christian organization institution, and church to be involved in media ministry. Individual Christians too can have a significant, far-reaching ministry through social media. Our network is connecting media ministries and various groups in order to discover innovative ways of using media technologies in global mission and to create media to the highest possible standards, both creatively and technically.
The KLEM Media Engagement issue network is to help connect key influential Christian media professionals, thought leaders, and leaders, to enable effective cooperation and sharing of resources, as well as the development of emerging leaders. The network is continuing to reflect biblically and strategically on the whole area of media engagement to better understand the needs of the global church and identify the highest priorities.
There is a long history of the global church using media technologies—from papyrus through printed books to radio, television, and the Internet. Digital technology has developed so much that it is now possible, maybe essential, for every Christian organization institution, and church to be involved in media ministry. Individual Christians too can have a significant, far-reaching ministry through social media. Our network is connecting media ministries and various groups in order to discover innovative ways of using media technologies in global mission and to create media to the highest possible standards, both creatively and technically.
But we do not often see this complete integration demonstrated in the activities of the global church. Western attempts have been represented by what is commonly referred to as ‘medical missions’ with a strong emphasis on curative care that relies mainly on sick people coming to healthcare facilities we have built so that they can receive high-quality treatment for their dis-ease. This has tended to cause those we seek to reach with the gospel to worship the technology we depend on while ignoring the very frequent spiritual side of the dis-ease.
On the other extreme are healing ministries of the church that rely solely on prayer and perhaps anointing with oil to affect a deliverance or miraculous physical healing of the dis-eased person while denying that our current healthcare resources are God-given and complementary to prayer and supplication. At the same time, many in the church still seek the services of traditional healers who rely on satanic sources for treating those suffering from physical illnesses.
Excellent progress is being made in the area of community health, but there are still gaps in the connections between community health outreaches and the work of primary health care and tertiary care providers. And there remains the question of how well these initiatives are being integrated into the work of the local church.
How are ideas within the church and theological and missiological circles to be addressed to bring a more healthy balance in the understanding of health-related missions? How are ideas from other disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, and education being integrated into a more holistic understanding of the church’s role in ministries of health and wholeness?
Biomedicine has emphasized a reductionist physiologic basis of disease, and evangelical missions/theology has emphasized saving souls at the expense of holistic and community transformation. Some health-related missions overly emphasize curative care instead of community health development and prevention. Integration with gospel proclamation at times created an unnecessary competition for resources and priorities in mission endeavors.
How can the whole church become a healing community, working together for the healing of the nations? How can the church be promoters of health and healing in a way that shows our God as one who heals?

KLEM network seeks to connect Christian global health leaders and influencers to collaborate and share ideas and innovations to contribute to making Christ known among all ethne by:

● Collaborating with a cross-disciplinary group of theologians, missiologists, pastors, anthropologists, sociologists, educators, and Christian healthcare professionals in various fields including global health, community health, tertiary healthcare, mental health, and more.
● Connecting with community-based initiatives, hospitals, consultations, groups supporting health workers and health policy advocacy, local congregations, and other ministries related to biblical health, healing, and wholeness.
● Discerning and understanding how ministries of health, healing, and wholeness are demonstrated in the Bible.
● Coordinating regional forums/workshops.
● Employing research and developing best practices.

LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST, Celebrating Global Africa Day

Glory to God for a successful event, and thanks to all honourable attendees. It is a pleasure holding the event and a please having you come.

Thank you!

Hosted by: Kingdom Leadership Network a division of Kingdom Leadership Empowerment Ministries

Keynote Speaker: H.E. PROF. SARAH AGBOR, (Commissioner, Human Resources, Science and Technology, African Union Commission)

 

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