THE RIVER TULSA IS A
To become a model revival church where people all over the world can come and be touched by God. Once they have been not only touched, but also changed, they are able to be launched out into the harvest field with the anointing of God.
To have a church that is multiracial, representing a cross-section of society from rich to poor from All Nations, bringing people to a place of maturity in their Christian walk.
To see the lost, backslidden, and the unsure come to a full assurance of their salvation.
To be a home base for All Nations International Fellowship and all of its churches and ministries world-wide, a global headquarters offering strength and support to the vision of ANIF for the purpose of seeing the unreached nations shaken with the fires of revival and discipled.
To break the mold of religious tradition and thinking.
To be totally dependent upon the Holy Spirit for His leading and guidance as we lead others deeper into the River of God.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
WHO ARE WE:
The River Tulsa is lead by Bishop Joseph Castillo founder of All Nations International Fellowship.
We are good standing members of Dr. Rodney Howard-Brownes' Revival Ministries International Ministerial Association, and proud to carry the name, heart and spirit of the vision of The River at Tampa, RMIMA's world headquarters.
All Nations International Fellowship has churches and affiliates in Beijing, Japan, and Mongolia.
We do not wear masks or social distance and we are NOT a gun free zone.
All of our ministries are open.
Street evangelism and mission, are the foundation stone of our ministry. However there are many other areas you can be involved in, from River Kids to Baptism ministry, School of Government and Foundation Class.
We see The River as a Kingdom Embassy that believes the Church is the core Essential Service of America.
We believe that in America we have a constitutional right to be self governed and will not allow any government agency to impede these constitutional rights, and will never close, especially due to disease, viruses or any kind of pestilence or plague.
We believe the family unit is the foundation of a stable and prosperous society.
Although marriage is both a religious and a civil institution, at its heart, marriage is a natural institution, rooted in the necessity for humanity to reproduce itself. Marriage is naturally the union of one man and one woman because that is the only sexual union capable of resulting naturally in such reproduction. Our church believes and social science demonstrates that children and adults thrive in this family structure. Therefore, public policies should encourage this ideal familial context.
Studies show that couples who cohabit before marriage are less satisfied with their marriages and more likely to divorce than couples who do not. Public and social policy should discourage cohabitation and other types of uncommitted sexual relationships, which can lead to sexual, emotional, and financial exploitation and which often result in high rates of infidelity, out-of-wedlock births, and subsequent single-parent child-rearing.
That is why we will greatly promote and encourage romantic activities for couples, marital, and premarital counseling. As well as other family building activities.