Call2Come is a movement in a growing number of nations around the world that is
primarily focussed on the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the implications and
application of this "blessed hope" for the church today. A key part of our mandate
is that the Bride must "make herself ready". This preparation is both inward and
individual for each believer to grow in their love and intimacy with
Jesus Christ, but is also outward and corporate.
This is our vision: that in regions and nations the Bride will gather together
in times of worship and prayer, to pour out her heart in purity of longing,
repentance and proclamation, and ask Jesus to Come.
There are many people involved with Call2Come in Europe, Africa, Asia, Caribbean,
Central and South America who each contribute to make Call2Come what it is today.
But in particular, overseeing the movement, are our founders who began working
together on the mission field in 2009 and continue to lead the movement today.
Saved at an early age, and called to be a missionary at just ten years old,
Mike has spent his life on mission both at home in the UK and in many other
countries. He is married to Jo and together they have raised five children and
now live in Cornwall. His life has been an outworking of this deep sense of calling,
and he has a broad depth of knowledge and experience across many areas of both
spiritual and secular fields.
Howard was born in England in 1944 to Salvation Army pastor parents. After secondary
education he went to university and studied Theology and subsequently become a
Secondary School teacher and served in several London schools as the Head of Divinity.
In 2003, he retired after teaching for 37 years, to fulfil his apostolic calling to
awaken ’and prepare the Bride.
What We Believe
The Bride has an urgent mandate that only she can fulfill:
to make a way for her Bridegroom, by preparing
a highway of holiness for His return, straight paths of
righteousness upon which the King of Kings will return.
The Bride must fulfill her mandate and calling before the great day of the Lord.
There is work that only she can do, and prayers that only she can pray.
The Bride is a warrior! She stands in the nations of the world as a
royal princess and she wields in her hand the sceptre of the King. She is
His glory upon the earth, and is so breathtakingly beautiful that she
has many enemies intent on her demise. But she is not weak, she is very strong.
For she is in Christ, and the corporate expression of oneness in the church.
The Bride is planted in the land to effect national transformation and healing.
She is an intercessor, the One "called by His Name" to pray for healing of the
nations 2 Chr 7:14.
The Bride has each anointing of the five-fold office. She is an apostle,
a prophet, an evangelist, a pastor and a teacher, because she is just like
Jesus who was all of these and more, and therefore the Bride is the perfectly
complete and compatible "wife of the Lamb".
We believe there is an outpouring of the Holy Spirit that the church has not
yet experienced, in fact it is one that is reserved only for the Bride.
It will not be released by asking for more of the Holy Spirit, or for another
outpouring, or revival. No, this outpouring of the Holy Spirit to come,
is one that is sent by the Bridegroom in advance of His coming,
to help the Bride get ready. The Bridegroom will release the Counsellor,
when He knows that it is the Bride who is asking,
and that her desire is only for Him.
The relationship between God and Israel laid the foundation for the relationship that
we can all have with God through His Son Jesus Christ. The church does not replace Israel as
some may believe, but rather the gentile church has been grafted into the "Olive Tree" Israel
like a wild branch. Rom 11:17. In this current dispensation there is an overlap of prophetic
timelines, in which the covenant and promises by God to Israel have not yet been fully
fulfilled. Until that time, there is both a place for natural Israel (for God has not finished
with her yet) and the gentile church who have been brought near into the "Commonweatlh of
Israel". Eph 2:11-13.
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Statement of Faith