The battle-cry of the Oak Initiative doesn't quite match what is stated in their mild-mannered mission statement, but it does match that of Dominion Theology. Dominion theology has taken on many names, but it is a distortion of the Great Commission. We have all heard the saying that "Christians want to take the world for Jesus Christ," but these guys really mean it. They want to impose God’s laws carried out by the Church on the world, which is the overt manifestation of His kingdom on Earth. It is a theocracy, and essentially prepares the world for the Antichrist.
The Oak Initiative's purpose statement says that they are a grassroots movement to unite, mobilize, equip, and activate Christians to be the salt and light by engaging in the great issues of our time from a sound biblical worldview. Although it isn't mentioned in the above clip, Dr. Lance Wallnau is on the Board of Oak Initiative. He's the same guy who has the Seven Mountains Mandate plan. The plan is a belief that this world can, and must, be conquered for Christ by militant action undertaken by the Christian Church.
The problem with this plan is that the folks who support the idea of a Second Reformation are the only ones who are in on it. They are the part of the Church with Gnostic tendencies and inflated elitist egos. Inflated, because many of the leadership have declared themselves as prophets.
The other dirty little secret is that Rick Joyner, one of the leaders in the Oak Initiative, is a Knights of Malta, which is a branch of Freemasonry. As you know, Freemasonry worships Lucifer, so this is what would lead one to believe that this is all being done in preparation for the Antichrist.
Their next big event:
By the way it sounds, they must be ready to launch their plan of attack. It is hard to tell if the rest of the Church is ready for it.