The Hebronites are the male People Group in LRC.
The name Hebron is spiritually significant. It is the name of a city associated with the life of the patriarch David and represents both the beginning and completion of a valid process of kingship.
It is also the place where a mighty army of men gathered around David with the sole intent of accomplishing God’s purpose for a community. (2 Sam 2:1-4; 2 Sam 5:3) These two meanings define the very identity of the men in LRC.
The prophetic image of the Quarry defines the spiritual ministry that takes place within the Hebronite group. Hebronites are now a part of a global movement of men committed to expressing God’s standard of manhood to the earth.
To coordinate and harmonise programmes necessary in the development of Ladies in the community
To facilitate the equipping of the Ladies with the kingdom mentality that will allow them to successfully participate in the advancement of the Kingdom of God.
To initiate and manage developmental projects that will enhance the welfare and the skills of the ladies within the community
To understand and analyse the current issues and trends in our environment so as to be an established kingdom voice in the society.
The youth sector facilitates the flow of grace into every young person in LRC through established structures of development for the youth in order to establish relevant future leaders and mature citizens of the kingdom of God.
In order to accomplish and secure the future purpose of God the generation that receives (the children) must traverse in the spiritual pathways of the generation that pioneers (the fathers)
5 “See, I will send you the prophet Elijah before that great and dreadful day of the Lord comes. 6 He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the land with a curse. “NIV
a) Development of the youth within LRC in becoming mature citizens of the kingdom of God.
b) Designing and establishment of programs for youth empowerment.
c) Identifying and full exploitation of the national and local opportunities created by the government policies and programs
d) The designing, developing and executing outreach programs to the youth outside LRC.