ReachGlobal is not part of that movement and we don't even use the term. Rather we have a biblical and practical framework from which we approach ministry to Muslims (and and the principles would apply in ministry to Hindus and others.
- You only come to God through Jesus.
- The Bible is the final and complete revelation.
- Jesus was both human and divine.
- The Godhead is of a Triune nature, Father, Son and Holy Spirit
- A Kingdom Community (church) is a fellowship of believers in Jesus Christ committed to gathering regularly for biblical purposes under a recognized spiritual leadership.
- Mohammed is not God's prophet and the Koran is not God's Scripture.
- Muslim ministry demands a flexibility to allow individuals to move toward Christ and followership.
- We need to trust the Holy Spirit in the process of helping new believers make decisions about how they respond to Islamic culture and religious practice.
- Our primary identity is that we are followers of Jesus.
- We encourage approaching people from their own context and framework of thinking to initiate conversation about the Gospel.
- Baptism will come about as a natural part of spiritual growth and followership of Christ.
- While we seek to approach people from their context, we never hide our followership of Christ or full commitment to the Gospel.
- We consider it inappropriate to pretend that we are something we are not, ie. followers of Islam, in order to share the Gospel.
- We encourage the use of Biblical translations that accurately reflect the intent of the original text.
- Our focus in on the centrality of the Gospel.
I realize that some who read this blog have differing convictions but we believe that the above reflects a Biblical framework for doing evangelism with Muslims.