Kingdom Ethos Coach
Relationship | Discipleship | Stewardship
Xavier LeMond is a man with a mission: An entrepreneur, IT professional, and entrepreneur who also happens to be an ordained minister, Xavier also serves as a spiritual, life, and business coach assisting followers of Christ grow beyond the trappings of organized religion and into direct, intimate relationship with God.
Xavier believes the world has entered into a “kairos season,” an appointed time when the Lord is raising up a new generation to represent Him and advance the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth with divine love, mercy, and grace that are largely missing from Christendom today.
Christ never used the word “Church” or referred to anything resembling church as we know it.
The word “church” was a deliberate mistranslation to establish/confirm a hierarchy of human authority. The word Christ used was “ekklesia” which is literally translated as “the called out ones.”
When Jesus told Peter, “…upon this rock will I build my ‘church,’” He was not talking about brick and mortar or a human infrastructure. He was speaking of people who would advance the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth by being in relationship with God, equipped and empowered through the Holy Spirit.
I refer to them as the “Ekklesia Kuriakos,” which literally means “an assembly of the called who belong to the Lord” and they are radically different than that which most of us have come to know as “the church.”
What is Kingdom Ethos?
Kingdom Ethos is the character and spirit of Heaven that not only inform the beliefs, but empower the practices of dedicated followers of Christ under the New Covenant.
We have a God-given responsibility to function, in our lives and and within our spheres of influence, with power and authority in the name of Jesus Christ. Authority and dominion were originally given to man at creation, but were lost to satan in the fall. These were recovered and restored to us by Christ after His resurrection.
How are we empowered with Authority now?
Adam’s authority was limited to Earth. Our Kingdom Authority is greater than Adam’s, as it not only applies on Earth, but extends to Heaven as well. (See Matthew 18:18)
As heirs of God and joint-heirs with Jesus, we have received an inheritance of His righteousness, and been given power and authority to do even greater works than He did. (See John 14:12) Notably, we have seldom, if ever, found examples of this in the history of the church.
As those called of God begin to use all that the Lord has equipped and empowered us with to His glory, we will become more impactful in the world and transformational in people’s lives.
“It is not in religion but personal intimacy with God that Christ's true followers will make a positive, lasting impact through divine mercy, grace and love in a world currently mired in fear, anxiety, and anger.”
How May I Help You?
(Currently, I am not accepting new 1-On-1 coaching clients. I simply do not have enough time available. Please check for group coaching availability.)
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Coming Soon: A New Article:
Why Christianity Lacks the Supernatural Power of Christ
Generations ago the Christian movement was highjacked, compromised and corrupted. The institution we know as “The Church” became something that Christ never intended. The truth is, He never referred to anything resembling church as we know it.
When Jesus told Peter, “…upon this rock will I build my church,” “church” wasn’t the word He used at all. The word church was a deliberate mistranslation to establish/confirm a hierarchy of human authority. The word Christ actually used was “ekklesia” which is literally translated as “the called out ones.”
The reason so many churches lack the real power and authority of Christ is a problem rooted in the very core of their structural foundations.
This free downloadable article summarizes events that occurred historically which lead the movement astray, explains why it happened, and describes how the Lord is addressing the problem in our world today. A must-read for every believer.
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