About us


The founders of The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ Fidele Mbaiornom and his family started off from the garage. Services were taking place at 4 Gundry Court, Kearney Springs, QLD, 4350 in 2009. It started with 10 members, and the current pastor (Fidele Mbaiornom) met with a gentleman by the name Nestor Kangudia. Fidele Mbaiornom shared his vision of opening a church with Nestor Kangudia in 2011.

Nestor Kangudia supported Fidele Mbaiornom’s vision and The Ministry of Reconciliation was officially opened in 2011. The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ then moved to USQ and fellowshipped at K block, room 5 for 4 years. The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ went through many challenging moments, including relocating to L block, room 206. The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ had its trying moments and still going through, but is surviving and touches the life of people, and intends to touch many more on an international level, by the power of God. The main purpose of The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ is to win souls for the kingdom of God, by reconciling with Jesus Christ and evangelising to people.

Our Mission

The main mission of our Church is evangelization. Our mission is based on the doctrine of Christ Jesus.

Matthew 4:17 – From that time on Jesus began to preach, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has come near.” Jesus called us and send us to go everywhere to announce the good news of the Kingdom of God. To announce the good news to all that Jesus is the Son of God. he died crucified on the cross and resurrected from death.
Jesus is Lord and saviour of the world, Jesus saves all who believe in Him. Romans 5:10 – For if while we were enemies we were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more, having been reconciled, we shall be saved by His life. Matthew 28:19 – Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son
and of the Holy Spirit.


The reason that God set up this church is to reconcile with his people. Those who believed in Him, but now they are not
today because they have been caught in Satan’s traps and those that never knew Him. God has made us his apostle to continue his work.
Apostle Paul said in Romans 1:16 “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile”.
2 Corinthians 5:20 – Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God were making an appeal through us; we beg
you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God.


Our goal is to empower individuals through the word of God while living a life of integrity, compassion, and righteousness. In keeping with the purpose of The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ we shall guide, shape, and strengthen the gift that God has given church leaders to move the ministry towards the destiny that God has designed. 

We are committed to equipping our membership and community to be strengthened through preaching and teaching biblical principles of God word. We are committed to reliance on prayer for direction, conception, planning and execution of the ministries and activities of The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ.

Executive Pastoral Leadership is committed to guiding individual members, toward transformation, conversion, and personal development. We are committed to helping people discover their spiritual gifts that they might use them in building the body of Christ.

We are devoted to enduring in obedience to the subtle suggestions of the Holy Spirit that enables creativity and innovation and obedience; thus, allowing us to maintain a high standard of service excellence in each ministry. We are dedicated to the ministries of The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ being carried.

This will be achieved by providing experience to members of The Ministry of Reconciliation in Jesus Christ via encouraging individuals to be a member of a ministry (Children, Youth, Women or the Choir) or be part of the leadership, authority, and accountability within each ministry.

We embrace diversity and are committed to all people, just as they are, without regard to race, gender or age. We are committed to discipleship through sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with others. We will develop spiritual aptitudes that encourage individual growth without compromising integrity or our commitment to Biblical truth.