What We Believe

We believe that the interchange between God's Word and human need is the catalyst for transformation in the lives of individuals, the church and ultimately the world.

(2 Timothy 3:16, John 8:31-32, Colossians 3:16)

 

We believe that the pursuit of God and full devotion to Him is the normative life-style for all believers. Therefore, we seek to live our lives in obedience to Him.

(Romans 8:28, John 15:10)

 

We believe that God loves unbelievers and therefore we are to love unbelievers and build bridges so that we might introduce them to the Lord.

(John 3:16, Matthew 9:36)

 

We believe that there is only one way to be rightly related to God and that is through a personal relationship with His Son, Jesus Christ. We therefore seek to draw men, women, boys, and girls into a personal relationship with Him.

(John 14:6, Acts 4:12)

 

We believe that there is a broken heart on every pew. Our worship, therefore, seeks to bring men and women into a fresh encounter with a holy God where healing can take place.

(2 Timothy 3:16, Philippians 2:3-4)

 

We believe that a church should function as the gifted community it is. Therefore, we challenge every believer to discover God's unique call and ministry in his or her life and to give fully of themselves in fulfilling that calling and ministry.

(Romans 12:6, Timothy 1:7,9)

 

We believe that God wants what is best for us, and we, therefore, steward our gifts, service, finances, and possessions in the pursuit of Kingdom goals.


(1 Kings 11:4, 2 Corinthians 8:7)

 

We believe that relationships are the "stuff" of life. Therefore, we design strategies for relationship building so that healthy relationships permeate every aspect of the body life of the church.

(1 Kings 11:4, 2 Corinthians 8:7)

 

We believe that the most effective life change occures in small groups. Such groups provide relationships, discipleship and accountability.

(Luke 6:12-13, Acts 2:44-47)

 

We believe that God has called us to fulfill our ministry with excellence. The concepts of evaluation, critical review and analysis are the formations for an exciting, transforming and supernatural experience with God.

(Colossians 3:17, Proverbs 27:17)