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I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.
Inspired and impressed upon by God, a vision was given to me in 2005. After coupling with much prayer, I felt the need to move forward in fellowship with those of the same mind in 2007. We are living in a time when men and women are looking for truth, integrity, and purpose. They not only look for it in themselves, but they need to see it in someone else also. Fellowship constitutes an agreement, a resemblance, a coming together. “How can two walk together except they be agreed?” (Amos 3:3) God has entrusted us with ministry and gifts for the edification, equipping and perfecting of others for His glory. My prayer is all who have a desire for such a fellowship will come and be truly blessed.
KGF is a fellowship of like-minded ministers, churches, business owners and Christian’s locally and internationally. This means that like-minded (resemblance, similarity, identity, agreement) pastors, ministers, evangelists, missionaries, with like vision willingly assemble themselves with others for the purpose of fellowship, encouragement, vision, expansion, networking, equipping, renewal and strengthening. With this said, we as leaders know the importance of connecting with those of like faith and purpose.
KGF members must also realize and have the desire to share with each other as well as receive. They must be a well and a reservoir simultaneously. KGF wants to form an atmosphere where these afore mentioned meaningful relationships can be cultivated and enhanced, but it will be up to each KGF member to sense a personal responsibility to make these goals/desires a reality. Leaders carry a greater responsibility and burden willingly so. Jesus Himself in His Gethsemane hour asked certain ones, “could you not watch with me one hour.” (Matthew 26:40) No man is an island: We are our brother’s keeper.