About JCCMI Ministry

Our Creed, Discipline, Rule of order, and doctrine is the WORD OF GOD as taught and revealed by the Holy Ghost (John 14:26; 1 Corinthians 2:9-13).

“All scripture is given by inspiration and is profitable for doctrine, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works” ( 2 Timothy 3:16, 17).

We believe in the plenary verbal inspiration of the Bible (II Timothy 3:16, 17; I Peter 2:2; II Peter 1:21; Revelation 22: 18, 19).


We believe, the Bible, and only the Bible is the Christian’s objective and infallible rule of faith and practice that you may “be established in the present truth” ( II Peter 1:12). It is the God-ordained account of and witness to the person and work of Jesus Christ.

  • The Godhead We believe both Old and New Testaments affirm the solemn fact that “there is but one God” (Deuteronomy 4:6; Galatians 3:20; Ephesians 4:4); IMMORTAL, ALL-PERVADING and many other attributes (Excellencies), all of which are of the highest perfection and each complete in itself.
  • The  Father
    The “One God” is the Father” in a two-fold sense.  First, in the capacity of the Creator and Maker of the “ends of the earth” (Isaiah 40:28), and as the sustainer of the creation (Psalm 145:15). As the Father of the creation, “He gives life and breath to all; in Him we live and move and have our beings (Acts 17:24-28). As Father, He is conscious of every sparrow’s fall and He has numbered every hair on our heads (Matthew 10:28-31). The entire creation continues because of His providential care and concern for it.
  • The Son
    The Son assuming human flesh for the sake of redemption (Hebrew 2:14-17). If we seek the truth from the Word of God, the Old Testament is truly “monotheistic” (One God), in its entirety (Psalm 50:13; Micah 5:2; Isaiah 7:14; Isaiah 6:9; John 1:14).
  • Repentance
    Repentance is a twofold act (1) Turning from sin and (2) turning unto God, turning from sin without turning to God is reformation without regeneration. Acts 20:21. Matt 3:1-2. Acts 2:38. 3:19. Lk 24:47.
  • The Holy Ghost
    The HOLY GHOST or HOLY SPIRIT is the “invisible God,” in His original form. The Holy Ghost is the one and self-same Spirit of God. The Holy Ghost, is God or Jesus had two fathers, because the Holy Ghost overshadowed Mary, two fathers is biologically impossible. There is but one Spirit (Ephesians 4:4). The Holy Ghost is the Spirit of God in operation as the “active agent of God;” first in creation (Genesis 1:2) and second in the Incarnation (Matthew 1:18; Luke 1:35) and in the work of redemption (St. John 3:3, 5; I Corinthians 12:12, 13; 2 Peter 1:21; Numbers 11:25-30; St. John 14:16).
  • Salvation
    We believe that salvation means “deliverance from the slavery (bondage) of sin” NOW: and ultimately from every vestige (visible trace) of sin in our spirits and in our bodies. We believe that salvation is in three tenses, PAST, PRESENT and FUTURE. We believe that there is a PAST experience in our salvation; the believer has been “saved” from the guilt and penalty of sin when he believes and obeys the gospel and is safe (St. Luke 7:50; I Corinthians 1:18; 2 Corinthians 2:15; Ephesians 2:5, 8; 2 Timothy 1:9); that there is a Present experience in our salvation; the believer is being “SAVED” from the habit and dominion of sin (Romans 6:14; 8:2; 2 Corinthians 3:18; Galatians 2:19, 20; Philippians 1:19; 2:12, 13; 2 Thessalonians 2:13); that there is a Future in our salvation; the believer shall be “SAVED” at the Lord’s return, from all the bodily infirmities that are the results of sin and God’s curse upon the sinful world “(Romans 8: 18-23; I Corinthians 15: 42-44), and will be brought into entire conformity to Christ (Romans 13:11; Hebrews 10:36; I Peter 1:5; I John 3:2) and to the complete deliverance of our bodies from the effects of sin. Although we are saved, our bodies still bear infirmities, weaknesses, both physical and mental, sicknesses and diseases that will be our portion until these vile bodies shall be fashioned like unto His glorious body (Philippians 3:20).
  • Water Baptism
    Please notice that, WATER BAPTISM should be administered “in the name of Jesus Christ” for this was the name given to our Saviour before His birth for the purpose of  “saving His people from their sins” (Matthew 1:21); for there is salvation in “none other name” (Acts 4:12).
    Whereby we must be saved. The Apostles always administered baptism in His name from the day of Pentecost forward (I Corinthians 6:9-11; Acts 8:16; Acts 9:15; Acts 10: 43, 48; Matthew 3:11, 12; Acts 19: 4).
  • Speaking with Tongues
    We believe that “speaking with tongues” as the Spirit gives utterance (Acts 2: 4) is the initial evidence of the indwelling of the Spirit; not only on the day of Pentecost for the one hundred and twenty, but for all believers for all time.
  • The Gift of Tongues
    The “gift of tongues” called also “unknown tongues” mentioned by Paul, is an endowment given by the Holy Ghost along with other “spiritual gifts” (I Corinthians 12:7-11). THIS GIFT IS MUCH DIFFERENT FROM “speaking in other tongues as the Spirit gives utterance.” It is one of the gifts given by the Spirit for the edification of the church where there is an interpreter present (I Corinthians 14:27, 28) so what is unknown might be made clear for all assembled. The Apostle was Not against speaking in tongues (I Corinthians 14:18) but wrote the Corinthian chapters (12-14) because there had been a gross misuse of this gift and his attempt was to regulate its use in the church (I Corinthians 14:27-33). As seen in (I Corinthians 13), “All gifts of the Spirit are of small value where they are not under the influence of the Holy Spirit.”
    NOTE: “Speaking in other tongues as the Spirit gives the utterance” (the initial sigh that the Spirit has taken His abode) is different from the “gift of tongues” (one of the endowments of the Spirit). Speaking in other tongues as the Spirit gives the utterance is the experience common to all believers, while the gift of tongues is given by the Spirit to those that He wills to endow.
  • Sanctification
    Sanctification is the second work of grace and is the work of the Holy Spirit without sanctification living a holy life will be impossible. Sanctification helps you to live a separated life. Heb 12:14. Joh 10:36. 17:19. 1 Pet 3:15.  1Thess 4:3. Lev 27:16.
  • Second Coming of Christ

    Before Jesus left the world, after completing the work of salvation and reconciling man to God with His precious blood through His death on the cross; He told His disciples that He is coming back again.
    Matt 24:1-51. Romans 13:11-14. Dan 11:32. 11 Tim 4:3. Joel 2:28. Dan 11:32.


Mission Works

Bishop. Dr. Afolabi(Afo) has preached in many nations of the world, he organises special  conferences every year such as WAR (Warriors of Righteousness) Crusaders, Retreats,  Renewal Conference, Virtuous Women and Men of Valour Conferences.
 Family life
Bishop blessed with five children. Esther, Peace, Samuel, Deborah and Hannah.

 Jesus Cares Crusaders’ Ministries International is a unique church and our vision is to make a positive impart upon the people of God.  J.C.C.M.I. is a multi-cultural friendly church where the word of God is preached with uncompromising fervour.
Vision: To preach about Christ and the power of His resurrection, to deliver those that are oppressed and possessed. Lk 4: 18.
This ministry is founded on prayer an integral part of all the services.

  • What is deliverance?
    Deliverance is an attempt to purify the oppressed from demonic attacks or spiritual impurities (11 Cor 7:1.  1 Thess 5:23) The Bible says “Deliver thyself, O Zion that dwellest with the daughter of Babylon. Zech 2:7. Lk 4:18
  • Prayer
    Prayer brings the solution to every problem we face in life. Matt 6:6. 11 Chro 7;14. Jer 33:3.
    Prayer is simply, a two-way communication between man and God. It is the most sophisticated weapon that God has given to the believer.
  • The New Heaven and Earth
    We believe that the Bible brings us to the beginning of a glorious and perfect future with the present state of the physical earth being completely changed as well as the present condition of the heavens (2 Peter 3:10-12; Revelations 6:12-14; Revelations 21:23-27; I Corinthians 2:9; Ephesians 2:7).
  • Holiness
    We believe “HOLINESS” to be the standard of God for the believer’s life. By holiness, we do not mean the distorted views that many professing holiness hold. The words “holy, sanctify, sanctification, dedication, all come from the same root word (godesh, Heb; hagios—Gr.); and means to set in a state opposed to the common or unclean; or to deliver from that state, if  already common and put into a state corresponding to the nature of God.” Therefore, “holiness” carries with it a twofold significance (1) a “separation” from the common or evil and (2) “dedication” to the sacred and divine. And while the doctrine of holiness is usually approached from what we have been “separated from,” the stronger, more positive aspect of holiness is what we are “dedicated to” (Mark 12:30; 2 Corinthians 5:14; Titus 2:12).
  • Miracle and Healing
    We believe that God is the “only” healer, and that miracles are performed today as in biblical times. Ex 15:26. 1Pet 2:24.
  • The Lord’s Supper
    Melchizedek, the Priest of the Most High God, gave the first communion to our father Abraham, consisting of Bread and Wine, (Genesis 14:18). Christ became our “High Priest” after the order of Melchizedek, did administer bread and wine (I Corinthians 11:21-32; Hebrew 6:24).
  • Tithes
    The practice of tithes paying began from the Old Testament. Abraham the father of faith gave tithes to Melchizedek king of Salem, when he returned from the expedition of the confederation of the four kings with Chedorlaomer. Mal.3:6-12. Gen 14:20. 28:22. Lev 27:30-32. Num18:21, 24, 26-27. Deut 14:22-25, 28-29.
  • Resurrection
    We believe that there will be “two separate” resurrections. Jesus called them (1) “the resurrection of life” (2) “the resurrection of damnation” (John 5:29).

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About Us

Jesus Cares Crusaders’ Ministries International is a unique church and our vision is to make a positive impact upon the people of God.  J.C.C.M.I. is a multi-cultural friendly church where the word of God is preached with uncompromising fervour.
Vision: To preach about Christ and the power of His resurrection, to deliver those that are oppressed and possessed. Lk 4: 18.