I notice you guys gave no info about your history or denominational affiliation--
and I can appreciate why that might be part of your outreach strategy.
It’s flattering that someone thinks we have a strategy! I replied:
The Bible Answer Man and his colleagues offer an independent critique of "The Churches of Christ, the Christian Churches, the Disciples of Christ". The CRI analysis hedges, “Because the COC and the NACC value the autonomy of the local church so highly, there is a great deal of diversity in the teaching of the individual churches, and generalizations, though valid and helpful to a point, may not apply in certain cases.” Amen, brother. We don't need no stinkin' badges. Lacking a governing body beyond the individual congregation, people who meet the Biblical qualifications for elders (such as in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1) lead the local group.
I have visited energetic Christian groups in urban China and the mountains of Thailand who after decades of isolation and persecution had beliefs and practices spookily like these.
Denominations tend to form by fission. Undenominations tend to form by fusion, as is the case with the Surge Community Church. The fallout involves some infusion and confusion.
People often say, “I believe in spirituality and God. I'm just not into organized religion.” I reply, “Cool! We're about as unorganized as you'll find!”