Major Goals Concentrate Christians on the great commission and the great command as the dominant causes. Use the 12 reforms as a vehicle for prophetic reengagement with western communities to vastly expand opportunities for evangelism and discipleship Make the Church the conscience of western nations by adding ‘social action’ (interventions that attack the causes of social dysfunction) with helping those in need (‘social service’). Avoid all party political partisanship and affiliations. Be openly countercultural and culturally transformative. Rescue the Church from the cultural wilderness, positioning it firmly in the mainstream of social discourse and relevance. Expect and triumph over the inevitable abuse and persecution. Transitioning to the NGC(over 2-3 year period) Maintain the prayer, teaching, gathering and worship culture of the church. Help Christians understand their times and recognize how the 12 reforms are a vehicle for evangelism and cultural transformation. Refocus church life on the great command and the great commission, within a Christian world view. Identify, encourage and support those with a NGC calling to go prophetically into the world with the 12 reforms. Put a heavy emphasis on apologetic skills and social policies that enable individuals to achieve their made in God’s image potential. Move to a cause focused church culture using workshops, home groups, youth programmes, adult Sunday schools and web accessible information. Emphasise the need to be counter-culturally righteousness within the church (avoid the charge of hypocrisy).