We believe that God is a good God, He is always good. He is a loving Father and His heart has always been to relentlessly pursue His lost children with an invitation to enter into an intimate, life changing, world changing, relationship with Him.The Word of God says that it is the kindness of God that leads people to repentance (Romans 2:4). Our goal is to demonstrate that kindness – not with “wise and persuasive words” – but with a demonstration of His power and love for people through the use of miracles, signs and wonders.
Kingdom Culture consistently sees many miracles on the streets, in shopping centres, in work places, in schools and in churches of God’s love being poured out through supernatural signs and wonders, especially healing miracles. The vast majority of these miracles are performed by young people, many of whom were themselves saved as a result of encountering the love of God through the ministry on the streets, and are now out on the streets praying for the sick, seeing miracles, and getting amazingly accurate prophetic words for complete strangers!
The love of God is being poured out in such a way that people are being healed, restored, and set free as a result of encountering God’s love for them and many have given their lives to Jesus on the spot as a result of encountering that love.Our dream is to raise up a generation of radical lovers of Jesus who will not conform to the ways (culture) of this world, but who will be transformed by the renewing of their minds so that they themselves can prove the good and perfect will of their Father in heaven.
Kingdom Culture has only one agenda – to love without an agenda.
Neil and Nance Miers are the senior pastors of Global Connexions Church in Kawana, Australia.
Global Connexions Church and its affiliate churches in the Americas are a part of the “Global Connexions” international alliance of independent churches, based in Australia. We believe churches should still be accountable on an apostolic level as seen in the Book of Acts. Neil and Nance Miers provide a safety net of ongoing encouragement, advice and counsel for these churches and their internal leadership.