Our Vision for the Fellowship is based upon a series of prophetic messages given over a period of time and confirmed by a literal vision from God
In the vision, we see:
- Mass Conversions
Untold masses of men from every Continent and nation, of all races and diverse culture and custom, once spiritually dead, are now alive. Delivered and set free, they are filled with the power of God’s Holy Spirit, faces radiant with glory, hands raised and voices lifting their praises to heaven.
- Outpouring of the Holy Spirit
A vast global movement of laymen comprised of millions of men being used mightily by God to bring this last great harvest through the outpouring of God’s Holy Spirit before the return of our Lord Jesus Christ.
- To reach men in nations for Jesus Christ.
- To call men back to God.
- To help believers to be baptized in the Holy Spirit and to grow spiritually.
- To train and equip men to fulfill the Great Commission.
- To provide an opportunity for Christian fellowship.
- To bring a greater unity among all people in the body of Christ.
Full Gospel business Men’s Fellowship International was founded in 1952 by an American, Demos Shakarian, to reach men for Jesus. The Fellowship’s ministries, now touching over a hundred countries, transcending denominational, racial and cultural barriers, having established thousands of chapters all over the world.
The Hong Kong Chapter was formed in 1987 by a group of happy and lively Christian business men who work closely with the Church to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ
We are not a church, but a trans-denominational fellowship. Our members come from different countries, cultures, denominations, classes and occupations. We share boldly in our regular meetings, witnessing the love of Jesus and the miraculous changes in life through the power of God. We testify of a meaningful and fulfilled life through our everyday experiences.
Our members are committed to Christ and faithful to the Church. We are not a church. Our role is to serve and act as bridge between different groups within the Church. We would refer the people who have received salvation in our meetings back to their churches.