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Welcome to My Family, a unifying gathering of God’s church, whose mission is to bring the Body of Christ together by integrating Christian individuals, denominations and groups under the governing authority of Jesus Christ and God’s Word, the Bible.

The Unifying Faith of My Family

According to the Bible, Jesus is the Head of His church (Ephesians 1:22; Colossians 1:18), and no pastor, pope, bishop, or other leader should have control of the Body of Christ. Jesus alone is the Head of the church. He alone started the church, is the unifying Presence of God’s church, and will preserve the church for the day of the Wedding of the Lamb (Revelation 19:6- 9).

One specific Christian group or denomination cannot claim they are the “one true church.” My Family will facilitate by any means the breaking down of barriers through the encouragement of a “One Body in Christ” mindset and approach. The one and only qualification in the Bible for being a member of the Body of Christ is to place trust in Jesus. Ephesians 2:8-9 is clear that no work is required for salvation: “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith – and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God – not by works, so that no one can boast” (NIV).

Indwelling and sealing by the Holy Spirit occurs in believers instantly when they trust in Jesus for salvation (1 Corinthians 6:19-20; Ephesians 1:13-14). Only those are indwelt and sealed by the Holy Spirit are part of the Body of Christ. They are not only sealed and assured in the church, but also receive spiritual gifts given by the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:11). These gifts are intended to build up the Body of Christ and are used by the Lord for His purposes (1 Corinthians 12:4-7).

What Does “One Body in Christ” Mean?

The Bible uses the phrase “the Body of Christ” to indicate a oneness in Christ. When people believe in Jesus’ death for the sins of the world and His resurrection, they are joined to Christ in His sacrifice and resurrection (Colossians 2:12). Being “in” Christ is the common reference for Christians in the New Testament (Ephesians 1:4; 2;13).

Expressing the oneness of believers in Christ is an important expression in the New Testament, as is the guidance of the Holy Spirit for all believers. Being One Body in Christ removes any distinctions between human-made factions calling themselves Christian, because all are united equally in Christ to form His Body, the church (Galatians 3:28).

The Apostle John included Jesus’ prayer to the Father, asking that all believers be one as they are One (John 17:20-21). Paul chose to use the metaphor of one body with different members (1 Corinthians 12:27). Unity in Christ is important in the Bible because the Lord God wants allbelievers to live in harmony with each other and to be “like-minded” (Romans 12:16; 15:5; Philippians 2:2). A unified body in Christ, working together, will be productive and bear fruit for Christ.

Although God ordained a unified Body of Christ, the once unified Body of Christ described in the Book of Acts experienced major divisions when Eastern and Western groups drifted until the point where patriarchs from different factions excommunicated one another in about 1054 in what is known as the Great Schism. Since then, Christ’s church has never wholly functioned as One Body in Christ.

How Did My Family Form?

The term “My Family” was given to its founder, Randy Kay, during prayer with his wife Renee. The Holy Spirit spoke to this couple: “I want you bring my beloved together under the name, My Family.”

Randy Kay understood that he was not to form another sect, denomination, or church building. Rather, Randy was to facilitate the unification of various Christian organizations under the banner of My Family – One Body in Christ.

Using this identifying name, My Family, individuals, groups, and organizations could declare themselves as part of the universal Body of Christ, no longer separated by differing doctrinal statements, but unified through the common belief in the God of Jesus Christ as represented within Scripture.

As such, the impediments to God’s church can be removed. To that point, in the King James Version, Jesus is quoted in Matthew, 12:25: “And Jesus knew their thoughts, and said unto them, every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand.”

My Family was formed in direct response to Jesus’ warning that His divided church cannot stand.

What is the Intended Outcome of My Family?

We believe that by identifying as My Family, One Body in Christ, individuals and organizations can declare to their friends, associates, and members that their central identification is to One Body in Christ, and not to any affiliation that may supersede Christ’s headship over His Body, or cause separateness from Christ’s church.

This may be as simple as including the My Family logo on social media pages, or as extensive as forming cross-denominational gatherings to worship, study, and fellowships in places of convenience. My Family is not intended to replace community churches or small groups, rather the intent is to return believers in Jesus Christ to a family-centered approach to faith and relationships, founded upon Jesus Christ, and Christ alone.

No longer should the church be divided and at the affect of God’s enemies, left powerless because of human constructed barriers. The common denominator to all My Family adherents is a faith in Jesus Christ as testified in the Bible.

My Family is not an interfaith movement. It is an “interChristian” movement. Just as the early Christians referenced themselves as “believers” or “The Way” to identify themselves as One Body in Christ, declaring oneself as part of My Family references oneself as part of One Body in Christ.

As such, we believe that by unifying the Body of Christ, the Glory of God can be poured forth upon this earth, causing revival throughout the world!

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