organization was officially re-launched in May 2004 with a new
Board, President and
It is a continuation of a transformation project, initiated
under African Enterprise in 2000, that had pilot projects in
Rwanda and Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
launch the ministry has been primarily engaged in
researching biblical community lifestyle patterns and
practices of Christians in government, the marketplace, and
the church that have made a significant contribution to the
godly social transformation of individuals, institutions and
communities. It has also served the greater Pasadena
community in implementing some of these principles and best
In 2008 the First
Global Day of Prayer (PGDOP) in Memorial Park was
coordinated under the auspices of 'Love Pasadena' a
collaboration effort involving the support of different
church traditions, civic leaders, and pastor coalitions,
including the Clergy Community Coalition,
Interdenominational Ministry Alliance of Greater Pasadena,
Pastors Praying for Pasadena. Different congregations
took evenings of prayer between the National Day of Prayer
at the Rose Bowl and the PGDOP.
around the clock prayer was mobilized over Pasadena, with
the help of Watchman ministries.
This was a part of other prayer efforts and included
twenty-three congregations and ministries each signing up to pray 24hrs on a different date between May 8 and the second
Pasadena Global Day of Prayer of May 31, 2009.
The second PGDOP was jointly coordinated with Grace
Community Outreach and held in the Court of Champions at the Rose Bowl
Stadium, involving African Americans, Caucasians, Asians,
Hispanics and Armenians. The
acting Pasadena Police Chief openly acknowledged the role of prayer in keeping crime and homicide rates down in
foci of the King's Court ministry it is our prayer and
desire that many of the Body of Christ, particularly this
generation, in southern California, Africa, and beyond be encouraged and equipped.
We passionately desire that the Kingdom of God come 'on earth as it
is in heaven."