Definition of the Kulture
Godkulture is a network of Christian professionals using their gifts and talents to reach out to the world.
Godkulture is more than a group of creative specialists. Godkulture is a calling- A lifestyle exemplifying the traditions and culture of heaven on earth. It is a platform that helps people discover their innate talents or gifts and develop these strengths, using them to make the world a better place.
Godkulture aims at building a global network of creative professionals using their diverse gifts to reach out to the world with the love of Jesus Christ. Godkulture cuts through various fields of study and educational barriers by providing a universal platform for people of various educational thoughts and backgrounds to network on those fields and contribute to projects that create positive change in the society.
Godkulture also transcends the limitations of language and culture. Our desire for diversity is revealed in our global structure and philosophy. Membership has sky-rocketed over the past few years and we have leaders and coordinators from diverse races, backgrounds and cultures.
The Kulture as we sometimes refer to it is more than a concept. It is a movement. It is a movement that seeks to enable people to discover that true life exists in Jesus Christ and not religion or secularism. The GK movement empowers people to be innovators and leaders in their various fields/ careers- thus enabling them live meaningful and relevant lives.
We believe that a life should touch other lives, so we connect through events and related activities to help people discover their talents and use these creative means to help others. Thus, we have departments in Godkulture that cut across outreaches, not-for-profit initiatives, activism, charity, arts, business, entrepreneurship, etc
Godkulture is not another church nor is it a denomination and does not preach or indirectly point to any particular denomination. Our members are also members of various Bible-believing churches.
We spread the word through dramas, playlets, music, dance benefits, rallies, musical concerts, art exhibitions, talk shows, seminars, conferences, etc.