International Christian Church
|International Christian Church|
Friday Campus Devotional at The University of Southern California (2018)
|Classification||Christian, Restorationist, Christian Fundamentalism, Non-Denominational|
|Orientation||Whole Bible, Discipleship|
|Associations||MERCYworldwide, UpSideDown21, Discipleship Media, International College of Christian Ministries|
|Separated from||International Churches of Christ|
The International Christian Church (ICC) is a restorationist, conservative, fundamentalist, Christian non-denominational church. The church was established by Kip McKean, in 2006 with 800 members in 16 churches.
History[edit | edit source]
Kip McKean, the founder of the International Churches of Christ, resigned from that organization in 2003. Three years later, he established the Sold-Out Discipling Movement in Portland. Soon after, he started the church in Los Angeles, California, the City of Angels International Christian Church.
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References[edit | edit source]
- Nelson, Thomas (May 17, 2009). "Nelson's Illustrated Guide to Religions: A Comprehensive Introduction to the Religions of the World". Thomas Nelson – via Google Books.
- ""Kip McKean Starts The International Christian Churches"". Archived from the original on 2013-09-28.
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