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Christ's Kingdom Builders Church of All Nations, Manchester, New Hampshire

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Address: 25 Lowell St
Manchester, New Hampshire  03101  
United States
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Mission Statement


Using God's Word to build an army of worshipers, witnesses, warriors and winners.

Description


Christ's Kingdom Builders Church is a Community and family of loving, caring, understanding, and friendly people. At CKBC people are taught and encouraged to get intimately connected to God, built their lives upon God's Word and be filled and led by the Holy Spirit. We have seen sinners transformed into saints, the sick healed, defeat turned to victory, the weak made strong, servants shaped into leaders, the simple received wisdom and the impossible become possible through prayers and by God's Grace. This is truly a place where hearts are touched and changed. We are called, set apart, anointed and strategically positioned in the earth to influence and impart lives and build a Christ-like minded worshipers, warriors and witnesses through preaching God's Word and prayers.

Christ's Kingdom Builders Church is a Community and family of loving, caring, understanding, and friendly people. At CKBC people are taught and encouraged to get intimately connected to God, built their lives upon God's Word and be filled and led by the Holy Spirit. We have seen sinners transformed into saints, the sick healed, defeat turned to victory, the weak made strong, servants shaped into leaders, the simple received wisdom and the impossible become possible through prayers and by God's Grace. This is truly a place where hearts are touched and changed. We are called, set apart, anointed and strategically positioned in the earth to influence and impart lives and build a Christ-like minded worshipers, warriors and witnesses through preaching God's Word and prayers.

Mission Statement: Using God's Word to build an army of worshipers, witnesses, warriors and winners.

Organizational Statement of Faith


The Bible: The revelation of God; complete in the Old and New Testaments; Given by the inspiration of God (2 Tim. 3:16) Written without error by holy men moved by the Holy Spirit (2 Tim. 3:16; 2 Pet. 1:21). It is infallible rule of faith and conduct for all people; especially believers (2 Tim. 3:16-17). It reveals truth about God?s judgments (Heb.9:27; all Cor.5:10; ll Pet. 3:7) and punishment against all disobedient people and those who reject salvation (Matt. 7:21-23; 25:31; Rev.20:11-15). The Living God: There is only one living and true God, Creator of heaven and earth (Gen.1; Neh. 9:6; Ps. 86:10; Isa. 44:6; Mk.12: 29). He is revealed in the unity of the Godhead as God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit (Matt.28: 19; II Cor.13:14); Co-eternal, co-existent and, co-equal in nature, attributes power and glory. God the Father: He is the first person of the Godhead; He is the Creator and supreme Ruler of the universe; He is eternal, self-existent, invisible, immortal, and perfect in love and holiness. He is the Father of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ and all believers (Mal.2:10; Matt.6:9; ll Cor.1:2, 3; Eph.1:2, 9; ll Pet.1:3). God the Son: Jesus Christ is the second person of the Godhead. Eternally exists with the Father and Spirit Made visible by the revelation of the Incarnation (John 1:14-18; 1 Tim.3: 16). Begotten of the Holy Spirit Born of the Virgin Mary He is true God and true man (Matt.1: 18; Lk.1: 26-35). Lived a sinless life Worked many miracles, Taught extensively, Suffered and died for the sins of man as representative and substitution sacrifice Resurrected bodily and ascended into Heaven In His presence life dwells there as High priest and advocates (Mk.16: 19; Matt.26: 64; 1 John 2:1-2;Rom.8: 34, Col.1: 3, 13:2). The Holy Spirit: Is the third person of the God-head Co-equal, Co-eternal, Co-existent with the Father and the Son (Matt.28: 19; Acts 5:3-4; 2Cor.13: 14)? His ministry is to Convict and convert man as well as to reveal the Son and the Father to the believers. The Holy Spirit glorifies the Father and Son, Guides, instructs, empowers the believers for service Enables them to live a holy life (Matt 3:11; Acts 1:1-4). Seals the believers for eternity Creation of man: Man is the crown of God?s creation He was created perfect in the image and likeness of God Was created as tripartite or three-dimensional being consisting of spirit, soul and body. God created man to have a relationship with him; give him dominion, blessed Him, and said he should be fruitful, reproduce and multiply (Gen 1:26-28; 1Tim 5:23; Matt 19:4). Fall of man: Adam and Eve fell to the devil?s temptation In the garden of Eden and sinned against God and thereby incurred not only physical death but also spiritual death which is separation from God; and that all human beings are born with a sinful nature and is in the case of those who reach moral responsibility become sinners in thought, word and deed. (Gen 3; Rom 5:12). Justification: is by grace through faith and not of works, on the ground of the shed blood of Jesus Christ and that all who receive the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior are regenerated by the Spirit, and thereby become children of God (John 1:12; Rom 5:1-9; Eph 2:8; Titus 3:5). Holiness: Every redeemed person is called by God to live a life of practical holiness. Holiness that is not built on philosophical, mystical and illusive ideologies and experiences, but builds on accurate lifestyle that God has prescribed and mandated that all kingdom people should live. This type of holiness is described as purity of heart, total surrounded to Christ, death to sin, denying and crucifying self, willingness and obedience to God and keeping oneself unspotted from the defilement of the world. Only through the divine enabling grace and power of the Holy Spirit that one can experience and walk in holiness (1Thess.4:7; 11Tim.1:9; Heb.12:14; 1Pet.1:15-16). Holy Spirit baptism: Is a unique and divine infusion, manifestation and blessings of the enabling grace, power, attributes and nature of God upon those who have believed and received Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. It is the Promise of the Father-the out pour of the Spirit upon all flesh penned down in the prophetic document of the Old Testament; it is the phenomena that marked the beginning of the Church according to the record of the Acts of the Apostle. This is an experience that should earnestly be sought for by all believers throughout all generations (Acts 2; 10;19). Resurrection of the just and unjust: There would be a bodily resurrection of the just (saved) and the unjust (unsaved); the saves shall enter into eternal life of conscious blessedness in the actual presence of God in Heaven and the unsaved into eternal life of conscious punishment in hell. Witnessing: It is the supreme responsibility of all believers to testify to the saving power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ at home and to the uttermost part of the earth (Matt.28:18-20; Acts 1:8). The Blood of Jesus: Jesus blood is the foundation of redemption. The shedding of His blood culminates His sufferings, and is the only acceptable payment (ransom) for our sins (1 Peter 1:18-19). The Blood of Jesus Christ is absolutely the most precious thing God has offered us. It provides protection and forgiveness, regardless of what sins and offenses you have committed against God. The efficacy of His blood is the ground upon which healing and deliverance are received. The Scriptures clearly teaches that we have RECONCILIATION through the blood; CLEANSING through the blood; SANCTIFICATION through the blood; UNION WITH GOD through the blood; VICTORY over Satan through the blood; LIFE through the blood. Angels: God created an innumerable host of angels with moral judgment and high intelligence; they were created without physical body to worship God, faithfully carryout His assignment and serve as ministering spirit to those who will inherit salvation (Neh.9:6;Ps.148:2-5;Heb.1:6-14). Satan and demons: Satan, Satan is an enemy of God and man He possesses true personality. He is not omni- present, omni-potent and omni-science. He was created with moral uprightness Through rebellion were driven from God?s presence along with some angels who followed his lead and are now called demons (Isa.14:12-23;Eze.28:12-19;Job 1:6-12;Rev.12:10;llCor.4:4). Healing Healing is part of redemption. God?s plan of redemption through Jesus Christ involves the salvation of the whole man, the spirit, soul and body. Redemption does not exclusively focus on just saving man and taking him to heaven, but also focus on healing his body and mind. It is God's will to heal people today just as He did yesterday. Both Old and New Testaments endless records of God healing people is evidence that He is still a healing God. Jesus? ministry on earth also involved healing (Acts 10:38). The early Disciples of Christ knowing that healing is part of redemption did not relent but prayed for the sick to be healed (Acts 3:1-8; 5:12-16; 14:8-10). Speaking in Tongues: Is a supernatural ability or gift the Lord gave those individuals who experienced the Holy Spirit baptism, to speak in languages that they did not learn and do not understand. The early disciples spoke in tongues when they were filled with the Holy Spirit and believers today can if they earnestly desire and seek the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1-4; 10: 44-47; 19:1-6;lCor.12:10;14:2-4). Marriage: Is the first institution that God established It is ordained to exist only between a male and female as it is demonstrated in Genesis 2 by the joining together of a man and woman through solemnization of holy matrimony. Marriage between same sex (man and man, woman and woman), relatives (parents and children, brother and sister etc.) and between animals and human are not in harmony with Scriptures (Gen.2:24; Lev.18:6-18; Deut.27:21; Rom.1:26-27; Eph.5:23-32). The Church: The Ecclesia is a community of called out people from the world of sin unto a new life in Christ which is expressed through obedient and worship. The Church is composed solely of regenerated believers and is refer to in the New Testament as the body and bride of Christ. The Church has its historical beginning at Pentecost (1Cor 12:12-23; 4:12; 5:22-23). Water baptism: Is the art of immersing a person into water who has believed, confessed and received Christ, Jesus as Savior and Lord? Though this work is an outward sign, but it is a revelation of an inward grace, and it signifies death and burial with Christ. By baptism, the new believers are incorporated into a new community of which Christ is the very new life. (Matt.3:13-15; 28:18-20; Acts 19:5:10:46-48; Mk.16:15-16). Holy Communion: The Lord?s Supper also known as the Holy Communion is a symbolic representation of the body and blood of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ that was shed for our complete redemption. The Church is commanded to do this as often in remembrance of Jesus? death till He returns (Matt.26: 26-29; lCor.11: 27-34). The rapture of the saints: The rapture of the saved shall occur when the Lord shall descend from heaven to earth to catch up His people with Him in the air. The dead in Him shall rise first, followed by the living in Him (lThess.4:13-18). There is going to be a personal pre-millennial and imminent return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on planet earth. During this time, He will set up His kingdom and reign for a thousand years (Rev.20: 4-10).


Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational, Evangelical, Pentecostal/Charismatic


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Church Outreach