National Executive Committee

National President

 This officer models servant leadership and in so doing chair meetings of the Executive Committee, the General monthly meetings.

  1. Coordinate the work of  all the officers and organs within the remit granted him/her to ensure synergy
  2. Act as official spokesman of the Fellowship 
  3. Provide spiritual leadership and direction according to the scope delegated by Trustees.
  4. Ensure that all the objects of the Fellowship are attained
  5. Embody biblical leadership principles and motivate all officers to follow
  6. Function as delegated by the Board of Trustees and shall walk in alignment with them and the Advisory Council

Deputy President

 This officer works closely with the President to provide leadership and:


  1. Takes responsibility for providing inputs into policy formulation
  2. Assists the President in spiritual formation amongst the membership 
  3. Deputize for the President in his absence. 
  4. Chair the ethics and ministerial discipline subcommittee of the Executive (which meets on ad hoc basis) to consider and deal with reports of misdemeanour or moral failure filed against any member or officer
  5. Execute further responsibilities assigned to him by the President.


Treasurer

 This officer is responsible for


  1. Receiving, recording and safe keeping of all funds of the Fellowship
  2. Is a signatory to accounts of the Fellowship 
  3. Maintains the relevant books of account 
  4. Cooperates with internal and external auditors 
  5. Ensures prudent utilization of unencumbered funds of the Fellowship so the best possible returns on investment accrue to the Fellowship
  6. Perform such other responsibilities as assigned by the President. 

Secretary General

 This officer is responsible for:  

  1. Recording proceedings of various organs of the Fellowship other than the Board of  Trustees 
  2. Ensure proper safekeeping of all documents of the Fellowship 
  3. Assist the President to coordinate the various organs of the Fellowship
  4. Assist the President to ensure adequate membership services is rendered 
  5. Maintain a working register of all registered members with such information as are considered necessary to give them adequate service. 
  6. The Secretary General is a signatory to accounts of the Fellowship 
  7. The Secretary General oversees the secretariat and ensure adequate human and material resourcing of all officers and organs of the Fellowship by providing what they need to excel
  8. Organizes an integrated calendar of annual conventions of members so that clash of dates  and events are avoided. 

Director, Business, Professional and Public Affairs Network

 This officer has specific responsibility for: 


  1. Advancing the concept of priesthood of all believers in the Fellowship
  2. Encourage members of the Fellowship to train, equip and release brethren in their churches into productive ministry 
  3. Provide a platform for business, professional people and public servants such as Christians in politics, councillors, Members of Parliament to be trained to understand that they are on divine assignment as ministers in the market place 
  4. Chair the Business, Professional and Public Affairs network through which brethren of such standing from various churches pool their strength together to have a distinct voice and make maximum impact 
  5. Perform such other functions as delegated by the President

Director of Special Duties

 

 

This officer shall be responsible for:  


  1. Stoking the fire of prayer amongst members of the fellowship through a variety of media including the Internet, prayer sessions of Fellowship meetings, telephony, text messages, etc.
  2. Conducting prayer and spiritual warfare training sessions for intercessors and prayer warriors of member churches 
  3. Design and oversee implementation of a prayer and spiritual warfare shield for members of the Fellowship; the Body of Christ in the area, the government and civil society including issues of public safety and the making and implementation of just laws. 
  4. Chair national Prayer and Spiritual Warfare Network  
  5. Ensure effective networking with other Kingdom prayer movements. 
  6. Perform other responsibilities as may be assigned by the President

Director, Family Development

This officer has specific responsibility for:


  1. Making the family a prime concern of members of the Fellowship.
  2. Receiving revelation concerning the subject matter and sharing same with the Body of Cbrist
  3. Conduct research into the subject matter for the benefit of the Body
  4. Convening with the approval of the Executive Committee, special meetings and conferences on family matters including knowing the will of God, courtship, marriage, parenting and ministerial family life

Ex-Officio

Ex-Officio officers include:


  1. All city or regional coordinators of the Fellowship
  2. In addition, not more than four people chosen on the merit of the grace of God on their lives.
  3. In the Fellowship, couples minister together in the same office, provided the spouses concerned live right and show a sense of responsibility.
  4. National Chapters that are still growing can put in place what is required to take off and fill the vacancies as the Lord brings more committed people into the Fellowship

Director of Community Engagement and Social Action

 

The officer in charge of this portfolio will: 


  1. Function concurrently as The National Director of We Care International, the non-Governmental Organisation established by International Ministers Fellowship. We Care shall function as a Kingdom agency serving the whole Body of Jesus in the nation with a distinct Board and registered as a Charity/Non profit.
  2. Be responsible for challenging all Leaders, ministries and ministers connected to International Ministers Fellowship to go beyond their locations and meeting places and take the Church to the Community where it demonstrates the love of Jesus our King to the most vulnerable and marginalized individuals in the society more so as the social safety net of governments world-wide seems broken.
  3. Be responsible for challenging all Leaders, ministries and ministers connected to International Ministers Fellowship to go beyond their locations and meeting places and take the Church to the Community where it can fulfill the biblical injunctions of Matthew 25:31-46 and Matthew 5:13-16 
  4. Be responsible for challenging all Leaders, ministries and ministers connected to International Ministers Fellowship to go beyond their locations and meeting places and take the Church to the Community where it demonstrate true Compassion as a critical aspect of Kingdom life and ministry which is often neglected or downplayed by the Body of Christ world-wide 
  5. Be responsible for challenging all Leaders, ministries and ministers connected to International Ministers Fellowship to be instruments Holy Spirit uses to inspire, advocate and challenge ministries and Churches  world-wide to do likewise within their spheres of Kingdom influence 

Administrative Director/Secretary/Officer

Subject to need and resource availability, the Fellowship may engage the full time services of an Administrative staff who, depending on experience and capacity may be