Here is their “About” page. Sounds quite bizarre and cultish, IMO. I don’t know what they aim to do, it’s not clear at all from this page.
Terraforming is the process by which the sons and daughters of God liberate creation from the bondage of decay (Romans 8:19-21) and participate in the restoration of all things (Acts 3:21) through the impartation of authority given to us with the fulfillment of the prophesy of Revelation 12. These sons and daughters matured into adulthood as they have been given great responsibility in the Kingdom of God and have risked their lives to ultimately produce all of the fruit we were created to (Matthew 25:14-30). We are willing to do anything in our Father’s will, even if it were to sell all of our belongings, give to the poor, and follow Jesus (Matthew 19:21) if He asked us to. This has brought us to maturity (Ephesians 4:13-16). We do not love our lives so much as to shrink from death (Revelation 12:11). This is the part where the church of Jesus Christ has reached adulthood (woman gives birth to an adult son in Revelation 12:5), and is now responsible enough to receive the keys (Matthew 16:19) to the Kingdom of God, the power of God, and the authority of Christ (Revelation 12:10). From latin, Terra forma is to mean the “transformation of creation” for the Kingdom of God!
The keys of Terraforming allow us to change the atmosphere of earth from one that is hostile to the Kingdom of God to one that is hospitable to the Kingdom of God. They are:
1.) Pursuing the portion of our Father’s will done that He sets aside for us each day (Matthew 6:10-11). This will include revelation, discernment, Truth, freedom, deliverance, healing, provision, and inheritance.
2.) Asking the Lord to shine the Light of Jesus (John 8:12) that reveals the hidden sins (Psalm 90:8) that give satan power over the world (Luke 4:6, Acts 26:18) to bring decay that leads to death (Romans 6:23), and makes us unclean (Lamentations 1:8). This is the same decay that creation is in bondage to (Romans 8:21).
3.) As Royal Priests (1 Peter 2:9), we then liberate creation from decay by forgiving the person that sinned (John 20:23) with the Blood of Jesus (Hebrews 9:22, Leviticus 17:11) and the word of our testimony, thus hurling down the accuser (Revelation 12:10-11). Our testimony is what the Blood of Jesus does for us: we are purified (1 John 1:7), redeemed (Ephesians 1:7) and restored back to God (Ephesians 2:13). The sins are now put to death (Colossians 3:5, 1 Peter 2:24).
4.) Finally, we remove evil with the Authority of Jesus (Luke 10:19), tearing down their strongholds (2 Corinthians 10:4). Because the rights of the evil ones have been stripped, they have no house (Matthew 12:44) to return to (Mark 9:25). We are able to command the evil ones not to eavesdrop on our Kingdom conversations and to require that all schemes of evil are disclosed, all as a fruit of forgiveness (2 Corinthians 2:10-11).
**The analogy is of cleaning a bathtub. The first step is to turn on the Light so we can see what we are cleaning. Next we soak the area with Disinfectant to neutralize the germs and to get the hard, crusty gunk to become moist and unattached to the surface of the tub. Finally, we take our Sponge and easily wipe away the grime, leaving a clean surface.