Establishing in Present Truth, Equipping for the work of the Ministry,
Activating the Body of Christ
We exist to
Establish in present truth (2 Peter 1:12)
To be established is to be stable, strengthened, and constant. FI exists to bring
the Body of Christ, particularly the LGBT-affirming part of the Body of Christ, to
this place of stability, strength, and constancy of present truth revelation
Equip for the work of the ministry (Ephesians 4:11-12)
The Word of God tells us that the 5-fold (apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors,
and teachers) are given to the Body of Christ for the “equipping of the saints for
the work of ministry and for edification” (see Eph. 4:11-12). FI is driven to bring
5-fold ministers together to teach and equip the saints for various works of
ministry – to make sure that all upcoming 5-fold ministers and saints are given
tools that they can practically use in every area of life.
Activate the Body of Christ (Hebrews 5:14)
“Activation” in scripture is called “constant use training” (see Hebrews 5:14). In
context, that passage of scripture refers to the use of discernment, which is one of
the 9 gifts of the Holy Spirit. If activation applies to one, it applies to all. We
become supernaturally useful when we are trained to constantly use (activate)
what God has given us – discernment, tongues, prophecy, etc. FI is driven to
apply constant use training in all of our principles.
Bishop Randy Morgan
Fire Institute, Founder & President
Bishop of Covenant Network
Apostle Joan Castle
Dean of Fire Institute
Bishop Randy Morgan is the founder and lead Apostle for Covenant University, Covenant Network and New Covenant Church of Atlanta, Bishop Randy is the author of the many of the Fire Institute classes and is an instructor for the Fall 2020 class Bible Original Languages. Bishop Morgan has studied at the Bible School and hold a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia State University.
Apostle Joan Castle serves on the Covenant Network board and is an Apostle at New Covenant Church of Atlanta. She hold her Bachelor's degree and attended Bible School. She has taught extensively at NCCA and the New Covenant Conferences on prayer and the supernatural. She teaches several classes for and serves as the Dean of Fire Institute. She is married to her wife Deacon Ro and attends New Covenant Church of Atlanta.