Our Relationships

International Fellowship of Ministries


International Fellowship of Ministries (IFM) is a fellowship and network of servant leaders who desire to embrace and demonstrate the Kingdom of God with power.

As God unites leaders from various parts of the world and in various nations, we are enabled to work together in a culture of honor for the greater purposes of God. We are dedicated to helping people fulfill the call of God upon their lives. Founded in 1947, we are presently headquartered in Seattle, Washington. We are dedicated to serving people in their obedience to the call of God upon their lives. For more information, please visit www.ifm7.org

Hem of His Garment Ministries


Jim Ford’s vision is to impact lives for the Kingdom of God inside and outside the Church. He carries a passion to see the reality of who we are and what we have in Christ manifested in the church. Not in the fabric of the building…not in a denomination…but in “The Ekklesia” the people, the congregation who make up “The Body of Christ”.

Kola & Bola Emiola


Kolawole O. Emiola is the president of the Word of Righteousness Ministries International and West Africa Representative for the International Fellowship of Ministries. Kola’s ministry blends the stability of the Word of God and the strength of the Holy Spirit with a focus on building the local church to impact every level of society.  He desires to see the Kingdom of God established in every heart, race, tribe and nation. Kola brings forth the word of God with power and demonstrations of the Spirit – God confirming His word with signs, wonders and diverse miracles.

Kola and his wife, Bolanle (Bola), reside in Ibadan, Oyo state of Nigeria, where they serve as founders and senior pastors of Dominion Impact Church. They are really blessed with three children – Favour, David and Excel.

For more information about Kola and Bola’s ministry, please visit their website at www.dominionimpactchurch.org

Tim Kurtz


Founded by Apostle Tim Kurtz, the Center for New Testament Church Development promotes an operational structure that reflects the church in the first century. In scripture, the believers gathered in homes (1Corinthians 16:19; Colossians 4:15). The church was identified by the city or region where it was located, not denominational distinctions (1Corinthians 1:2; Galatians 1:2). The churches were governed by a plurality of elders rather than a sole pastor  (Acts 14:23; Titus 1:5) and believers were developed for ministry by the five-fold ministry gifts of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers (Ephesians 4:11-12).

For more information about Tim’s ministry, please visit his website at www.ntcdonline.org