About Kingdom Life Fellowship International

There is a reformation taking place in the church, and it requires us to come in to alignment with God’s plan and God’s ways. The original church we see in the book of Acts was Apostolic and community based.

KLFI is not the old “institutional” denominational wineskin. Our foundation is Apostolic and Relational; not political or hierarchy. We desire and pursue connecting in meaningful authentic relationships and partnerships.  We exist to enhance the vision and mission of each individual member through providing oversight, mutual accountability and likeminded peer relationships.

KLFI is committed to the restoration of the original “apostolic church”.

What is an apostolic message? The Nicene Creed says "We believe in one holy, catholic and apostolic church." Our message is to explain what it means to be an apostolic church, just like the early church was. Our emphasis is on proper relationships in the Body of Christ, Unity between believers, Sonship, the restoration of Apostles and Prophets and the authority they should have in the church today.

God's people are going to see that being apostolic is not “just having apostles,” but is the nature of being His people. Jesus was apostolic, He was sent, and we too bear His image. The Spirit is preparing the Church for greater intimacy with Christ, greater love for each other, greater trust of leaders, and a greater willingness to serve.

We come together in Apostolic Alignment with the many faceted gifts and callings within the Body of Christ; including the five-fold ministry and marketplace ministries. KLFI is for progressive ministries and leaders interested in apostolic reformation, impartation, relevant training, and global expansion.

The Church is changing from being institutional to being relational. The implications of this are profound. God is looking to move beyond an organizational structure for His people. As outlined in Ephesians 4:11-16, God is working to bring the Body of Christ to complete maturity. The restoration of the Apostolic and Prophetic office is vital for this to take place.

KLFI is a coalition of various ministries and organizations joined together for the purpose of relational fellowship. We strive to create and facilitate the idea of a ‘kingdom community” of unity, honor and mutual respect. We endeavor not only to gather ministers and leaders together but to covenant with them and commit ourselves to their personal and ministerial success for the furtherance of the Kingdom of God.

It is our vision to network with one another and other fellowships and networks in order to facilitate strategic training, education, partnerships, and sharing resources. By leveraging all the available resources, how-to and collective wisdom, we can do all things with excellence; we are better together.

KLFI focuses on the strategic development of creative strategies for combining apostolic efforts on the widest basis possible in order to fulfill Jesus’ great commission (making disciples) and mandate (demonstrating the kingdom of God in love).

KLFI is an “international” fellowship with a mission to advance the kingdom of God by making disciples of all nations. It is our mission to connect with apostolic ministries all around the globe for the purpose of empowering and releasing the church in to every sphere of society.

KLFI members are committed to maintaining the highest possible levels of integrity of personal character.

KLFI in no way assumes authority over any ministry.  Only when requested and mutually agreed upon, biblical counsel and interaction will be given.  Each member of KLFI is personally, morally, legally, and financially responsible for their own decisions and conduct.

KLFI Is Not A Denomination

Each member ministry retains its own autonomy, vision, and local leadership.  No regular reporting of attendance or finances are required.  Tithing and giving should be a matter of a willing heart.  KLFI does not exclude or prohibit association with any denomination.  Our desire is to promote unity and reconciliation among all believers.

KLFI in no way assumes authority over any ministry.  Only when requested and mutually agreed upon, biblical counsel and interaction will be given.  Each member of KLFI is personally, morally, legally, and financially responsible for their own decisions and conduct.

Our Statement Of Faith

1. We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the infallible and authoritative Word of God.

2. We believe there is only one God, eternally existent in Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

3. We believe in the deity of Jesus of Nazareth, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father.

4. We believe that salvation of man, and regeneration by the Holy Ghost is absolutely essential and is obtained by grace through faith in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

5. We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Ghost by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live an overcoming and godly life.

6. We believe in the spiritual unity of all believers in our Lord Jesus Christ.

7. We determine to live by and uphold the highest standards of biblical ethics and Christian integrity, while never dishonoring those who fail to do so. Our desire will always be to balance the need for dialogue and fresh revelation, with a responsibility to guard the historical doctrines of the Christian faith.

8. We will never condone, nor cover up, nor encourage the private or public violation of the holy standards of God’s word, our sense of human respect and decency, and or civil responsibility. We stand accountable first and foremost to God, then to one another, and finally to the precious people Christ died for and called us to serve.

9. We believe in the Church. All believers in Christ are members of the Universal Church.  We believe that the local Church is divinely instituted and is the instrument of God for the furtherance of God’s Kingdom.  The local Church is the vehicle for evangelism, teaching and training of Christians for the work of the ministry.

10.  We believe in the ministry of laying on of hands.  Laying on of hands serves to confirm the calling of one in to the ministry, to impart spiritual gifts, for the infilling of the Holy Spirit, and for ministering healing to the sick.  The confirmation of a minister should not be done suddenly, but after they are observed and proven.

11.  We believe in the present day ministries of the Apostles and Prophets set in the church by Jesus Christ as foundational and revelatory ministries.

The Spirit Of Our Government

The Biblical concept of governing is different from worldly standards. In God’s Kingdom, leaders rule with hearts of servants, not lords (Matthew 20:20-28). Gifted with administrative abilities, WE will deal decisively with issues that affect the human worth, but WE serve people with humility and grace. WE lead by example not legislation. Our concept of authority is based in mutual submission. WE govern in the spirit of maintaining relationships, not for the protection of doctrinal positions. If correction is necessary, we do so to produce the peaceful fruit of righteousness, not estrangement (Hebrews 12:11). The ultimate goal of our leadership is to bring maturity and unity to the Body of Christ, building them up in love and laboring until Christ is formed in them (Ephesians 4:11-16; Galatians 4:19).

KLFI is a body of Apostles, Prophets, Bishops, Pastors, Elders, and Ministers who join forces to demonstrate Christ’s Church to the world. WE have a governing body, yet we govern our own separate churches and ministries according to the individual deposit of God in each of us. WE are ultimately answerable to God, yet WE submit ourselves to one another to receive corporate wisdom of God. Thus WE are distinct but not separate. Our governing body is comprised of Bishops, Apostolic and Prophetic Council who oversee the work of the Lord in churches around the world. WE represent geographic regions, but do not rule over geographic dioceses. WE function in a collegial manner not a hierarchal manner.