Fathering [fah-th er] noun
1. a male parent.
2. a father-in-law, stepfather, or adoptive father.
3. any male ancestor, especially the founder of a family or line; progenitor.
4. a man who exercises paternal care over other persons; paternal protector or provider: a father to the poor.
5. a person who has originated or established something: the founding fathers.
6. a precursor, prototype, or early form: The horseless carriage was the father of the modern automobile.
7. one of the leading men in a city, town, etc.
We, as children of God, are chosen, called and destined by the Heavenly gift of the Holy Spirit to 'Father' the nation of Belgium!
We can do this by discipling young-followers of Christ in Love. We are at the verge of a great move of Gods Spirit over the world and over Belgium. We have the heart to help raise a discipleship movement across the nation!
Do you want to join us?
By this we'll reclaim our spiritual inheritance as the ancient center of Christianity in Europe.
Creating awareness in the Belgian Church by renewing the mindset on doing Church is important, so that the new generation of leaders can rise up in fulltime ministry and see God's Kingdom forcefully advance in Belgium!
I believe this can be accomplished by starting discipling believers who catch God's vision for their life, so that they run with the Godgiven visions which will thrust a weak church into a powerful Kingdom Culture.
In this Kingdom Culture, spiritual fathers & mothers will originate, so they can start 'Antioch' churches (Acts 11:19-30) in Belgium.
By these 'Antioch' churches (= world mission view; No-Name ministries; apostolic leadership; discipleship; David's tabernacle; generous giving) we will be able to claim our spiritual inheritance back and see Belgian people worship their Creator, YHVH.
What about Belgium?
Belgium is a small country, but it holds a special place.
Belgium is situated at the heart of Europe. This is a basic observation, but the importance of its central geographical location between the most important countries in Western Europe needs to be highlighted.
At the risk of seeming paradoxical, Belgium was in a way already playing a "European" role even before it became "Belgian".
Just look at the past roles of Bruges and Antwerp in international trade, Leuven's role as a university town and the part Liège played during the industrial revolution.
But also has Belgium a interesting spiritual inheritance: the Protestant Reformation in 1566.
This tradition of openness continues today. Belgium is still a hub for international contacts. More than 1,000 public and private international organisations (international institutions, diplomatic missions, lobby groups, think tanks, multinationals,...) have set up headquarters or have a permanent secretariat in Belgium.
Of particular note is the presence in Belgium, in addition to
the institutions of the European Union, of Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), the headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), and the General Secretariat of the Benelux.
However, in addition to the foreign presence within Belgium, Belgium is also represented abroad. Belgium is an exporting country today, but it has always had an active foreign policy. Our country has 132 diplomatic and consular posts abroad, as well as a number of offices representing Communities and Regions.