Our Mandate

Our mandate supports the vision of the ministry through the following three primary objectives.

  1. To proclaim the message of kingdom citizenship.
  2. To establish theocratic governance through the Ekklesia within given territories.
  3. To increase the expression of citizenship through policies, strategies and institutions.

For further information on our strategy and forward planning see below:

Our mandate supports the vision of the ministry through the following three primary objectives.

  1. To proclaim the message of kingdom citizenship.
  2. To establish theocratic governance through the Ekklesia within given territories.
  3. To increase the expression of citizenship through policies, strategies and institutions.

For further information on our strategy and forward planning see below:

Forward

The Restore ministry has taken significant steps over the last few years with:

(a) a more refined message.
(b) greater clarity of process.
(c) improved levels of collaboration.

Our objectives for 2017 will be to:

  1. Expand our local and national reach and network through Discover Citizenship.
  2. Expand our digital reach and network by promoting the Discover and Explore stages of the pathway of citizenship.
  3. Continue to maintain the high standard of programmes which support the maturity of members within the local fellowship.
  4. Create opportunities for growth through fellowship programmes and personal endeavours.

Why the mandate matters?

  1. Believers lack a clear concept of nationhood.
  2. Communities need a strategy for transitioning into ekklesias.
  3. Broader expression of governance and liberty.

Who are impacted by the mandate?

Stakeholders are individuals, groups or organisations that are impacted by the activity of Restore Citizenship. Our stakeholder map addresses:

  1. Who the mandate should impact?
  2. Why stakeholders need to hear our message?
  3. How we should approach stakeholders?
  4. What we expect the outcome to look like?
  5. Stakeholder analysis will be a priority for the ministry and our corporate objectives.

Stakeholders include the Godhead, Unbelievers, Believers, Church, Ekklesia and Citizens.

How do we measure effectiveness?

We measure the effectiveness of our work through reach, engagement and behavioural change strategies.

Measuring reach, engagement and behavioural change

Reach, engagement and behavioural change are defined and measured by specific policies, procedures, strategies, plans and activities.

In keeping with reach strategies stakeholders must have:

  1. A clear concept of kingdom citizenship.
  2. A clear understanding of the five components of citizenship.
  3. A clear understanding of the significance of the Ekklesia.

In keeping with engagement strategies stakeholders must demonstrate:

  1. A commitment to the Lord.
  2. A commitment to citizenship.
  3. A commitment to the ekklesia.

In keeping with behavioural change strategies stakeholders must demonstrate:

  1. A personal responsibility for citizenship.
  2. A corporate responsibility for the ekklesia.
  3. A jurisdictional responsibility for authorities.

Forward work plan

Our latest forward work plan provides a breakdown of what we aim to achieve. 

Agenda for intercession

This following list outlines the key priorities for the ministry and fellowships intercession.

REACH – Discover Citizenship

  1. The Lord would open hearts and minds to the message through our various communication channels.
  2. Believers, churches and ministries would be willing to embrace the change the message requires.
  3. Perseverance to declare the message in the face of resistance.
  4. Growth of an apostolic and prophetic network focused upon establishing the ekklesia and manifesting citizenship.

ENGAGEMENT - Explore Citizenship

  1. The explore series would capture the hearts and minds of those engaging online and offline.
  2. The willingness of churches, ministries and fellowships to deliver Explore Citizenship.
  3. The systematic and consistent application of Explore Citizenship locally and nationally.

BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE – Enhance / Activate Citizenship

  1. Insight into the ekklesia model and legislative framework for governance and policy making.
  2. Personal and corporate maturity in active citizenship.
  3. The unique qualities of comradeship between citizens.
  4. The consistent maintaining of discipline and standards for all programmes delivered.
  5. Co-operation and collaboration within the fellowship to ensure the necessary resources are available for all comrades.