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Unity of the Body of Christ

Jesus, in John 17, communicates the unity of the body. It is vital that the world see the unity. What they are seeing is the differences.

CFI is about bringing the body together in unity. The truth that Jesus is Lord and supreme in authority is our foundation. "We need to keep the communication lines open," says CFI's presiding Apostle/Prophet, Bishop Dennis Davis. "We need to grow into maturity. As mature Christians, we should be able to discuss our differences, and still accept one another. Whether we are Baptist, Church of Christ, Pentecostal, AG, Lutheran, Nazarene, Charismatic (or any other number of denominational christian, or even non-denominational christian), we should learn to talk to each other, and grow."

Bishop Dennis continues, "We've got to realize that due to His infinite greatness, none of us have the full and complete revelation of God. We can, and should, learn from one another. Even when we differ, and don't agree, we should still love and accept one another, and pray for each other."

Join Bishop, and CFI, in bringing unity to the body of Christ. There are a couple ways to support CFI ...

  1. Decide to associate with CFI
  2. Like CFI on Facebook
  3. Tell others about CFI

Let's make every effort to walk in love and unity with our brothers and sisters in Christ.

CFI :: Christian Fellowship International :: Wounded & Hurting Ministers


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CFI & Bishop Dennis Are Making Disciples

“And Jesus came up and spoke to them, saying, 'All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.'” Matthew 28:18-20

How is this passage to be understood? First of all, a disciple is a student. Over time, the responsibility of learning has been placed upon the teacher to teach. However, the responsibility of learning is truly upon the student to learn. A student is a learner, and a learner learns. Just like a farmer, farms ... a builder, builds ... a sower, sows ... it's the same with a learner ... a learner, learns.

We have been commissioned to make disciples ... to make learners. When we do make disciples, what is the key? The key is to teach them to observe all that He commanded us. Think about it. We can't teach others what the Lord has commanded someone else. Others can't teach what the Lord has commanded US. We each have a purpose and a destiny.

The Lord will draw those who are called to connect with us (CFI & Bishop Dennis). As Jesus said, "No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him." (John 6:44) It's the same for each of us ... as others will not come to us, unless the Father draws them. When they come, we teach them to follow us as we follow Christ. (1Corinthians 11:1) 

Whether you join with CFI and learn ... become a disciple of CFI and Bishop Dennis Davis ... or you join with another group or individual, be a learner. Understand that the responsibility is on each of us to learn. Take the responsibility and learn all you can.

For those of you who sense the Lord drawing you to CFI and Bishop Dennis Davis, look over the "Association Options & Requirements" and then fill out the application. We look forward to hearing from you, and we're excited about working with you to expand the kingdom of God.

Bishop Dennis Davis

Bishop Dennis Davis

Bishop is the presiding Apostle/Prophet of CFI. His heart is to see individuals in the body of Christ equipped and empowered to fulfill the call of God upon their life.

With 35 years of ministry, Bishop is a seasoned and experienced leader in the body of Christ. He understands the struggles pastors and ministers face on a daily basis. He's available to be an encouragement, and willing to help you as best He can. Connect with Him through his website, facebook, & twitter.


 


Consider being a Disciple
& utilize our 
presiding Apostle/Prophet
Bishop Dennis Davis
as YOUR "coach."