The Church is apostolic in the sense that she is constantly sent out by the Spirit to the edges of established expressions of Christendom to advance the Kingdom in ways no one has done before. This apostolic impulse is rooted in mankind’s original charism, which was lost in Adam but is now restored in Christ, which is to “have dominion…over all the earth” and to “be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it” (Gen. 1:26-18). Thus any member individually or jurisdiction collectively of Basileia that fails to multiply and/or to exercise ministerial authority according to the Apostolic Rule of Faith is unsatisfactorily apostolic and requires corrective discipline and/or formative discipleship.

Also see Apostolic Rule of Faith, Appeals Court, and Charism.