“Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God, And His Righteousness…” (Matt. 6:33)

What is Acts In Motion? To be clear, this is NOT a brick and mortar building nor State religious institution. The church (ekklesia) is the “called out assembly” UNTO Yahshua. The church is “living stones–a spiritual house, a holy priesthood . . .” (1 Pet. 2:5) The church is the body with Christ as Head, the bride of Christ, and the prized possession of Christ. The church is family where we are brothers and sisters with Yahweh as Father. Therefore, Acts In Motion is a prophetic dream from the heart of God. A body of followers pursuing total surrender to the eternal pattern–Christ. A people who are unrelentingly seeking a fresh baptism into the LIFE of Christ–a new Pentecost, as it were. We are a family on a kingdom journey discovering the reality of our fullness and learning how to love well.

With this understanding, our passion is to spread that love abroad and help others know that they matter in Father’s family. Whatever zeal it takes, whatever compassion by God, we will not stop preaching this glorious gospel of the kingdom–which is about a King. With great hope we believe a remnant will receive the gospel and grow in their identity. Knowing our real identity is the catalyst that empowers us to love one another. We would venture to say, it is nearly impossible to unite with “one heart and one mind” (Acts 4:32) as the body, without starting at the foundation of our IN-CHRISTNESS. “…Christ in you, the hope of glory.” (Col. 1:27). Therefore, revelation of our identity is necessary to build unity and maturity as a functioning kingdom community. Read More

The real test of our love for Christ is how we live our lives, not how much we know. May we love others in a way that reflects His love for us.

“This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you. … that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain: …” (John 15:12-17).



God has called to us be passionate worshipers. We have the great joy to be examples of freedom in Christ and to train people in the origins of worship. From the understanding of fidelity, a sacrifice of praise has more meaning when we train in dance, mime, flags, and aerial as a bold expression of love for Christ. These artistic expressions destroy the fear of man, break down walls, and free our spirit. As the saints lean to surrender themselves to Christ, as worshipers, they change the atmosphere and God breaks-through with power. “…where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” (2 Cor. 3:17)


We believe in giving as many quality opportunities as possible for the saints to gather together. One opportunity for you to join us for worship and body life is on Sundays at 2pm. We enjoy “breaking bread together,” times of worship, prayer, celebration, body ministry, teaching, healing, deliverance, and relationship building. This is in cooperation with Christ as the “covering” of the church. The heart-felt encounters with God are transforming our lives individually and corporately. We are discovering freedom and significance in real relationships that revolutionize our lives and communities–one soul at a time!


We have a burden from the Lord to see people follow Christ with the understanding of purpose–conformity to His nature. Discipleship is the daily discipline or process of conformity that empowers us to love well, deny carnality (ego), and overcome the spirit of the age. This lifestyle must go beyond the context of the four walls of Sunday religion to “all in” transformation. Acts In Motion is committed to serve the people who are hungry for real change–to be the solution. This is why we birthed the School of Life Discipleship. Click here if you are interest in participating.


We are Christ’s hands and feet, His mouth and heartbeat reaching out with the message of forgiveness and love. We believe the “good news” of the Kingdom must be preached and lived! We have been all over preaching the gospel and have led several teams from the street to global missions. Our greatest joy is equipping others and seeing them “turn the world upside down.” It’s a great privilege witnessing their fire for the Lord and love for the lost.