Our Vision  & Core values

Our Vision

Enjoying God - Embracing Community - Entering Mission

We believe as we fully embrace the mission of making disciples, while adhering to our Core values and beliefs that we will see a Kingdom revival break out in our city, region and nation.  

Our Core Values

Jesus Centered Life

Jesus is the central person of all life and creation.  He is the Son of God and the coming King.  He is the one true source of meaning and purpose for life and personal identity.  I center my life on Him by receiving Him as Savior, following Him as Lord, obeying Him as Teacher, sharing Jesus with others, proclaiming and celebrating His return, and laying down my life for Him, all for His glory.  This value is expressed in these Kingdom practices: Word, Worship, Prayer, Spiritual Disciplines, Holiness, and Sharing Jesus.
John 1:14, Colossians 1:15–18, John 15:10 

The Father is Good

Jesus came to reveal God as Father.  All that Father is and does, is good.  All that is good in life and creation, is derived from His own glory and goodness.  It is the Father’s good pleasure in the coming of His Kingdom to fully unite Christ and Church as one body, making us all His sons and daughters.  At the end of the age He will fully reunite heaven and earth so that God and man can dwell together perfectly, establishing peace for all time.  This is really good.  This value is expressed in these Kingdom virtues:  Gratitude, Joy, Rest, Sacrifice, Giving, and Celebration.
Genesis 1:31,  Exodus 33:18–19, James 1:17

Holy Spirit With Me

Jesus sent forth the Holy Spirit into our lives the moment we believed.  Holy Spirit in us reveals the intimate knowledge of Jesus and the Father to us.  Holy Spirit in us ministers salvation, develops maturity, and illuminates the scripture to us.  Holy Spirit also desires to minister dynamically through us to others.  The miracles, signs, wonders, and gifts of the Holy Spirit we read about in the New Testament are still active today. We desire to grow in our fellowship with the Holy Spirit.  This value is expressed in these Kingdom outcomes:  Salvation, Freedom, Healing, Fellowship of the Spirit, Sanctification, and Empowerment for Ministry.
Matthew 19:26, Hebrews 11:6, Acts 4:29–31 

Love People Well

The second great command is to love my neighbor as I love myself.  My love for God is measured and on display in how well I love others.  Genuine love for others is genuine love for God.  My ability to love others well is directly related to my ability to love myself in a Godly manner.  This value is expressed in these Kingdom virtues:  Character, Service, Honor, Truth, Community, and Identity.
Matthew 22:39, John 13:35, John 15:12–13