The leadership of HICC places a high priority on the preached word. The fivefold imperative found in 2 Timothy 4:1-2 that states that the God’s servant should “Preach the Word,” “Be ready,” “Reprove,” Rebuke,” and “Exhort.” This is the underlying expositional objective of the senior pastor.
The cutting-edge sermons have four main ingredients; they are:
The whole thrust of HICC’s ministry is for a person to be Christ-centred and to live a victorious lifestyle that reflects the nature of their Saviour. The exhortation is to “pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, patience and gentleness” (1 Timothy 6:11).
How to live in the marketplace of life in the environment of sin is the main problem of modern Christians and at HICC you’ll be given principles for overcoming on a daily basis.
The traditional type of church that has three sermons each week; Sunday morning, Sunday evening and midweek Bible Study, is fading fast in the Western hemisphere. The cutting-edge of prophetic teaching is also diminishing, as people clamour for personal prophetic words. These have, to a large extent, overtaken personal Bible study and individual revelation from the scriptures through the Holy Spirit. We try to redress this imbalance at HICC.
Those who regularly fail to read their Bible consistently (which is God’s word to change lives) increases as time restraint pushes out private devotions. This, together with a lessening of the preached word, results in weak spiritual lives (where Christians can sustain sermons that are no longer than a thirty minute TV soap operas).