"Setting The Captives Free..."









We envision a day when all bible believing Christians, regardless of ethnicity, stand for what we say we believe, and to actively engage in the political process that represents us.

To advance the Kingdom of God through sociopolitical education and engagement rooted in a Biblical Worldview.​

Our work is based on those biblical principles and values that aim to fulfill Christ’s mission faithfully, as articulated in Luke 4:18 and Acts 26:18. We believe that the gospel message has both political and public policy implications, which include long-term ministry goals such as “proclaiming freedom for the prisoners, recovery of sight for the blind, and releasing of the oppressed.”

We aim to create a “paradigm shift” in the way the Church, in general, and the African American Church, in particular, view matters of faith, race, and public policy. FJI pledges to vigorously challenge “liberal” ideology with those conservative principles, such as the R.I.S.E Principles, essential to promoting and sustaining a stable and prosperous family and society.

3 thoughts on “Mission

  1. Vanessa Hammett says:

    I just found your site, & am praising God for you and praying for and with you.

  2. Nancy Randolph says:

    I am a Black Christian Bible-believing Conservative praying teacher who is leading Black youth to do the same and RISE to the occasion of the day. We just putting together a group called Youth Who Speak Truth (YWSP), that is geared toward churning more young Black Christian Bible-believing Conservatives with a voice and fight for truth. I am excited to introduce them to the FJI on tomorrow, and I know this will lead them to even more hungry to RISE. Keep doing what your are doing. God bless you.

  3. Michael Klein says:

    Can you refer me to scholarly research on the importance of family for a strong and free society? Thank you!

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