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We are Lifeline, a community of believers and non-believers who seek to connect with others through Christ. Our mission is to provide a safe and welcoming space for people of all ages and backgrounds, to explore their faith and grow in their relationship with God.

We believe that in a world that is increasingly disconnected, lonely and fragmented, Christ offers the solution to the deepest longings of the human heart. Our organization is centered on building relationships through faith, connecting with one another, and sharing our experiences and struggles as we seek to follow Christ.

Through our community, we organize various events and initiatives that promote spiritual growth, fellowship, and service. We host regular events such as Bible studies, prayer meetings, praise nights, social hangouts and more, that allow individuals to connect with others who share their faith and values. Some events are only aimed at students and young adults.

We believe that every individual is unique and valued in the eyes of God, and we seek to foster a culture of inclusivity and respect within our community. Whether you are a student, a young adult, a family with children, or an older adult seeking to deepen your faith, we welcome you to join one of our events.

Lifeline strives to unite Christians and non-Christians regardless of their background. Lifeline's desire is to keep on bridging the gap between people. We exist to unite. United in Christ.

Our core team

Chréonie Busano
COO
Jasmijn Verhaegen
Events Director & Board Secretary
Ruth Busano
CFO & Board Member
Hegeutte Iradukunda
Student & Women's Ministry Leader
Angelo Waelkens
Production Director & Board Member
Ruth Osei
Communications Manager
Maria Feenstra
Prayer Team Leader
Sharon Tharmakulasingam
Merch & Business Manager
Jan Witsel
Co-Founder & LFLN College Director
Mirte Niña Jacob
Worship Leader
Yves Namagunga
Young Adults Coordinator
Deborah Pemu
Event Manager
Femi Ojuri
LFLN College Coordinator
Geraldine Agyin
Prayer Coordinator
Gidion Jacob
Founder & CEO

We believe in...

God's Word

We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God, serving as our ultimate authority in matters of faith, doctrine, and Christian living. We strive to study and apply its teachings in our programs and activities.

One God

We believe in the existence of one true God who is the creator of all things, both visible and invisible, and who reveals Himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Jesus

We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, fully God and fully human, who lived a sinless life, died on the cross for the forgiveness of our sins, and rose again on the third day.

Repentance

We believe that repentance involves acknowledging and confessing our sins before God, recognizing that we have fallen short of His perfect standard, and seeking His forgiveness and mercy.

Unity

We believe in one body of Christ, and we strive to foster unity and respect among believers and Christian organizations for the purpose of advancing God's kingdom on earth.

His Return

We believe in the imminent return of Jesus Christ and the promise of a new heaven and a new earth. Therefore, we live with a sense of urgency, proclaiming the gospel, and working to make a positive impact in the world until His glorious return.

Prayer

We believe in the power of prayer and seek to foster a culture of prayer within our organization. We believe that God hears and answers prayers according to His perfect will, and we encourage individuals to seek His guidance, provision, and intervention in their lives.

Discipleship

We believe in the importance of discipleship and spiritual growth. We seek to equip and empower believers to deepen their relationship with God, grow in their understanding of the Scriptures, and actively live out their faith in their daily lives.

Love

We believe that love is the greatest commandment given by Jesus Christ. He taught that we are to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength, and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Love is the lens through which we are called to view and engage with the world.