GREATER WORKS APOSTOLIC CENTER
Formerly GreaterWorks Evangelistic Ministries, the ministry's paradigm was divinely shifted in 2016 and was renamed Greater Works Apostolic Center (GWAC). The focus of the Center is to train and equip members of the Body of Christ with specific focus on teaching the Hebrew roots of the faith, after which people are released into their various areas of ministry and spheres of influence. An Apostolic Center is not a Church and is considered a launching pad; raising up sons and daughters and releasing them into Divine purpose.
While GWAC believes that it is important to prepare members of the Church for the works of Ministry, there must also be other areas of preparation. The whole individual must be prepared, and this includes but is not limited to character building as well as personal and professional development. It is against this background that Greater Works:
STATEMENT OF FAITH
As a community of faith we believe in:
The Unity of the Godhead
The Eternality of the Torah
The Jewish roots of the Christian Faith
Baptism conducted in the formula laid out by Jesus Christ in Matthew 28
Non-Jewish believers have been grafted in with Israel and the Jewish people and as such share in the covenant promises made to the Patriarchs of the Faith
Each believer has a work to do and has been given gifts that must be developed
GWAC provides apostolic oversight for a number of ministries and is an apostolic hub for hosting biblical festivals and holy days as is laid out in Leviticus 23. In addition, the Center will soon launch Messianic Communities called House of Bread/Beit Lechem worldwide. GWAC is seeking to partner with messianic communities as well as other partnerships to be better able to serve the Jewish community.
SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
GWAC believes that non-Jewish believers have a responsibility to reach out to the Jewish community with the love of Messiah. As such, part of the training provided by the ministry is to raise up a body of believers who have been equipped with basic knowledge of the customs and sensitivities of the Jewish people. This will provide an excellent platform for effectively reaching the Jewish people.