About Us

Agape (pronounced ah-gah-pey) is a Greek word that means the God type of selfless love. The first Christians worshiped God at intimate gatherings where a meal is shared before they took communion. These feasts were called Agapae (plural for Agape) feasts or "love feasts."


Agape Christian Fellowship reveals the love of God not only though sharing the good news of the Gospel of Jesus, but also by fellowshipping with believers concerning revelations from God. We honor this founding of our forefathers by fellowshipping together over Tea and Coffee meetings held online.

All tithes, offering, or donations should be sent to Agape Assistance Association - a non-profit organization being organized to  provide food and shelter to homeless families across the world. Agape Assistance will provide the church, Agape Christian Fellowship with what it needs as funding becomes available.

  • God is the Father and creator of all

  • Jesus is the first and only begotten Son of God.

  • We are adopted sons and daughters of God.

  • The Holy Spirit is given to us as Counselor, Guide, Teacher, Friend, and Comforter when we take Jesus as our Lord and Savior.

  • We await the second coming of our Lord, Jesus.

How it Began

In 2018, Agape Christian Fellowship (Agape CF) was founded from the Tea & Coffee meetings led by Lynn Hardy. We are a church patterned after the original church in the times of Acts. We fellowship together in a group and via the free app ZOOM.us. 


Agape Christian Fellowship is not 501(c)3. Click Here to read an article about why we chose not to register. 

Agape Assistance Association is a 501(c)3 that was founded by Lynn Hardy in 2009. It sat mostly unattended until God commissioned Agape CF. All online income for the church - tithes, offerings, or donations - should be sent directly to this organization so that God's will can be done concerning the less fortunate. The Board of Directors for Agape Assistance will give the Fellowship what it needs for operational outreach.

Our Team

We operate under the principles of Matthew 10. The last part of that chapter talks about those who come with messages from God.

There is a promise the Lord gave for those who would receive what He sent. It applied to those who supported and cared for the disciples by providing food and housing:


“Then if indeed that house is deserving, let your peace come upon it  [that is, freedom from all the distresses that are experienced as the result of sin]. But if it is not deserving, let your peace return to you.” (Matthew 10:13)


At the time this was written, there were rules about being a host. When you took someone as guest, you provided for all their needs: food, clothes, and any other needs that would arise. This meant that you would be associated with this person and defend against attacks. It was an honor, but also a great responsibility. 


The supporters for those sent by God would receive “shalom.” This is a Hebrew word meaning wholeness, completeness in every way, freedom from the consequences of sin. Jesus continues talking about what will happen as He sends them out, then adds: 


He who receives and welcomes and accepts a prophet because he is a prophet shall receive a prophet’s reward, and he who receives and welcomes and accepts a righteous man because he is a righteous man shall receive a righteous man’s reward. And whoever gives to one of these little ones [in rank or influence] even a cup of cold water because he is My disciple, surely I declare to you, he shall not lose his reward. (Matthew 10:41-42)


Receiving a prophet means you would provide food and a place to rest as well as honor the person as a “mouthpiece of God.” A righteous man is one who is a mature Christian. A little one is a new, baby Christian. There are separate rewards for supporting each of these. This is God’s way. 


This is a principle of the Kingdom of God that can be seen throughout the Bible. We see this by not taking what Paul said to the Galatians out of context:


“Do not be deceived and deluded and misled; God will not allow Himself to be sneered at (scorned, disdained, or mocked by mere pretensions or professions, or by His precepts being set aside.) [He inevitably deludes himself who attempts to delude God.] For whatever a man sows, that and that only is what he will reap. For he who sows to his own flesh (lower nature, sensuality) will from the flesh reap decay and ruin and destruction, but he who sows to the Spirit will from the Spirit reap eternal life.” (Galatians 6:7-8)


After Paul told the Gentiles to support those who are teaching them, he gives this Kingdom principle. What you give to, opens a door to that thing in your life. Do you want more of God in your life? Do you want to hear more from Him? Do you want to be used by God? Then give to where you receive from God, acknowledging Him by sowing seeds in that place. You will reap (receive) wherever you sow (give). We thank you for giving to support our staff. 

Agape Board Members
Lynn Hardy

I am the leader of Agape CF and it has been an interesting road coming into this position. I was called into the five-fold ministry of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Israel. This is not something I chose, but something I have been chosen for. My journey with God began back in 2001 when I heard the audible voice of God. Over the next 13 years I was healed - instantly, miraculously - three times and have seen angels and demons on multiple occasions.


In 2013, through several miraculous signs, God showed me that He was calling me to visit Jesus in Heaven. In the free book, "Angels Believe in You" I recorded my experiences with Him - published in 2014. 

More information about my calling and my journey can be found on my blog:


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Lydia Boucek

I joined the Courts of Heaven-Worldwide Team in March 2018.   Being part of this ministry has helped to expand my Seer's gift which is being used to help others get set free, while guiding them in the Courts of Heaven. As an Intercessor for over 20 years, I have  been taught so many different ways of praying however through the revelations received through this ministry I have learned not to wield unauthorized authority and by not engaging the enemy through  wrong types of prayer, my prayer life is less stressful and God hears and responds to this type of prayer.


 I have always worked and lived internationally, and love that we are in touch with people from so many different nations.


I  look forward every week to ministering the Word of God to you, to help strengthen your spirit. 

 Donations :  paypal.me/Lydiabcoh                                      

Sandra Perreaux

I have been in ministry alongside my husband for the past 25 years currently Pastoring a church in our city, Porirua located in Wellington,  New Zealand. 

After spending nearly 15 years working in areas of Child Fostering agencies, Probation and Police God called me to retire from the workforce to spend time seeking Him. He led me into 9 months of learning how to meet with Him in the Secret Place and to go deeper into the new truths He is revealing about Kingdom living. Part of that was to lead me to the Courts of Heaven- Worldwide and after going through the Court process and training, found myself divinely connected with Lynn Hardy leading to becoming an advisor and subsequently member of the Board of Agape CF.                   Paypal donations   restorationlife@xtra.co.nz


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One of our team speaks God's word over those who come to this group meeting to bless and strengthen the spirit of God's people. 

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