Who we are
Every Nation Midrand is part of a worldwide family of churches called Every Nation Ministries committed to advancing God's kingdom through campus ministries, church planting and world missions. Every Nation Ministries has churches in over 80 countries, on every continent.
Our commitment to the great commission is broken down into three segments: Making disciples, Training leaders and Planting churches.
Our goal is to reach Every Nation in our generation with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
What we do
God's heart is for the lost of the world; therefore we must look beyond our local context. Whether it's to pray for, give to, or go to the nations, we all play a part in fulfilling Christ's Great Commission.
Every Nation Midrand is multi-cultural, multi-generational community of peole from many different backgrounds and ethnicities who have been united for one cause - to see lives, communities and society transformed through discipleship in the Word, the Presence and the Power of God.
Deeply rooted in the local and global communities, ENM is committed to extending a "hand of help to the needy, a heart of compassion to the hurting, and a message of empowerment to the disenfranchised."
Because Jesus is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, we believe that whole-hearted submission to God's will and His word is the starting point of the Christian faith and the foundation of all spiritual growth. (Colossians 2:6)
Because we are called to raise up spiritual leaders, we priorotize leadership training and we deliberately create opportunities for young potential leaders to develop their gifts. (2 Timothy 2:2)
Because the family is foundation and validation for all ministry, we refuse to sacrifice our marriage and our children altars of temporal success. We believe God has called us to be a spiritual family; we reject the idea of disposable relationships and choose to walk in lifelong convenant, love, respect and unity. (Psalm 127:1-3)
Because we have been called to be salt and light to our community, we believe that our message should transalate to social actions that will make the gospel of the kingdom relevant to the community we serve. (Matthew 5:13-16)
Because God's heart is to reach to the lost, we seek to build churches primarily through envangelism, not through transfers, birth or adoption. (John 3:16)
Because we are called to make disciples, our primary focus is on ministering to people, not on conducting meetings, administrating programs or building buildings. (Matthew 8:19, 20)