Fullness in Christ Ministries is an apostolic and prophetic fellowship and ministry. It focuses on “Connecting the Net” with individuals, churches, missionaries and ministries in order to promote communication and fellowship. Ras Robinson received a dream twice in one night wherein Jesus appeared and called Ras to the ministry of connecting hearts of love to Jesus and to one another. The result is the raising up of an apostolic network of church leaders, missionaries and individuals with connected hearts of love.
God has directed us to use modern technology to win, encourage, equip and strengthen disciples of Jesus in every latitudinal and longitudinal coordinate around the world, symbolized by the fishnet.
The daily message “What the Lord is Saying Today” is an expression of the prophetic calling from the Lord to prophetically speak His word, and to build up, encourage and comfort Christian believers. It goes out to many thousands of people around the world. To subscribe to this free daily word, click on the following link: “What The Lord Is Saying Today” subscription.
We are called to minister in Jesus Name to poor children who live on the dumpsites of the world, children who without Jesus, have no hope other than to repeat the cycle of intense poverty into which they were born. We envision working with local indigenous Christian leaders to send hundreds, even thousands, of poor children to school. This is done through caring individuals who agree to sponsor a child who cannot go to school because of the lack of finances. The sponsors make the dream of school a reality for these children.
It is our desire to offer you:
- Encouragement, strengthening and equipping in unity, intimacy and maturity in attaining to the fullness of Christ.
- Excitement , growth and personal satisfaction through mission’s involvement and blessing poor children worldwide.
We are hopeful you are blessed as you tour the Fullness in Christ Ministries web site and we look forward to God imparting His fullness to you.
God bless you,
Ras and Bev Robinson