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Mission Statements 

The headquarters of the Jesus Christ Foundation Church are in the Netherlands, with branches in Cyprus, Lebanon, and the Philippines. Every regional church has its own leadership styles and financial governance, which operate contextually based on the country's situation. 

Jesus Christ Foundation Church in the Netherlands is an Ecumenical Pentecostal Church, a member of the Amsterdam Pentecostal Council of Churches, and one of the churches that signed the Declaration of Unity at the 2019 Dutch National Synod (

  • Evangelism: to proclaim the good news 
  • Discipleship: to teach, baptize and nurture new believers 
  • Service & Charity: Service & Charity responds to human needs 
  • Justice: to seek to transform unjust structures of society
  • Ecology: to safeguard the integrity of creation, sustain and renew the life of the earth 

JCF Church Amsterdam adheres to the following statements


  1. JCF Church believes in God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit and believes that Holy Spirit is for the entire Church, with all its branches, denominations, and traditions, including the Pentecostal / Charismatic churches.

  2. JCF Church believes in and practices water baptism. 

  3. JCF Church believes in the Holy Bible as the inspired word of God. 

  4. JCF Church believes in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ 

  5. JCF Church respects other Christian Churches, denominations, and traditions and is willing to engage in fellowship, share and cooperate with them.

  6. JCF Church believes in dialogue with those who think and believe differently without losing their own identities and faith in Jesus Christ.

  7. JCF Church believes that the unconditional love inspired and directed by the Holy Spirit is the greatest sign of our being filled with / and inspired by the Holy Spirit. 

  8. JCF Church shares the Good News with others, but in a manner full of grace and love and not out of arrogance and with a “we-know-better-than-you-attitude….”

  9. JCF Church believes miracles, signs, and wonders are still possible today but does not elevate these above the humility and the message of Jesus Christ.

  10. JCF Church is against commercializing and merchandising the gifts and signs of the Holy Spirit; they are against turning the Gospel into a product!

  11. JCF Church is not only concerned with miracles, signs, and wonders but also with justice and the welfare of the poor, the oppressed, the orphans, the widows, and the immigrants.

  12. JCF Church recognizes and strives to put into practice the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and aims to defend the human rights of others, regardless of their religion, belief, status or gender. 

  13. JCF Church does not tolerate any form of fear theology and manipulation in the name of the Holy Spirit to gain personal or ministerial wealth.

  14. JCF Church believes in the grace that is in giving but is against abusive and manipulative forms of preaching and quoting from the scriptures. Giving must come from the heart. Fear preached from the pulpit provides neither proper incentive nor honest results. 

  15.  JCF Church respects other cultures, as well as people’s convictions and religious commitments, and so they are willing to enter into dialogue with them without any hidden agendas. 

  16.  JCF Church respect and have an ongoing dialogue with other cultures/religions yet takes a critical stance on the types of inhumane practices that exist within these cultures/religions, including Christianity.

  17. JCF Church is deeply concerned with the environment and creation care. 

  18. JCF Church believes in the Bible as the inspired collection of Holy Scriptures and uses the scriptures to bring forth grace and mercy instead of a doom and gloom theology.  

  19. JCF Church believes that leadership is service to humankind and the body of Christ (community of believers), i.e., that leaders should serve instead of being served. They should sacrifice instead of demanding sacrifice. Leadership should be based on love and fellowship and not on rank and titles.

  20. JCF Church believes that the church is not a “building,” but it is evidence of God’s love manifested in neighborly care and the fellowship of believers in Christ Jesus.

Appendix I


Universal Declaration of Human Rights 

as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdiction. 




  1. Every person is born free and equal in dignity and rights.

  2. Every person has human rights regardless of race, sex, language, belief, or religion.

  3. Every person has the right to life, liberty, and security.

  4. Slavery and the slave trade are prohibited.

  5. No person shall be subjected to torture.

  6. Every person has the right to recognition as a person before the law.

  7. All persons are entitled to equal protection before the law.

  8. Every person is entitled to the aid of the law when not treated fairly.

  9. No person shall be subjected to arbitrary detention.

  10. Every person is entitled to an impartial hearing.

  11. Every person shall be considered innocent until proven guilty.

  12. Every person has the right to the protection of his or her privacy.

  13. Every person has the right to travel freely within a country and to leave and return to his or her country.

  14. Every person has the right to asylum from persecution.

  15. Every person has the right to nationality under the law.

  16. All adults have the right to marry of their own free will and to establish a family.

  17. Every person has the right to own property.

  18. Every person has the right to freedom of religion.

  19. Every person has the right to freedom of opinion and expression.

  20. Every person has the right to freedom of personal assembly and association.

  21. Every person has the right to participate in the government of his or her country.

  22. Every person has economic, social, and cultural rights.

  23. Every person has the right to work, just to pay, and to form and join unions.

  24. Every person has the right to rest and leisure.

  25. Every person has the right to an adequate standard of living.

  26. Every person has the right to education.

  27. Every person has the right to participate in cultural activities and benefit from scientific advancement.

  28. Every person is entitled to a social order in which these human rights can be realized.

  29. Every person has duties to the democratic society according to the law.

  30. No person can take away these rights and freedoms.

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