Who We Are
Making disciples is at the core of all we do. But what does that mean? We believe it means first and foremost that we must PROCLAIM JESUS in everything that we do (Col. 1:28). He is the only Savior and Lord, and everything exists for his glory. As we put our trust in him, the second part of our calling is to EQUIP SERVANTS for the work of the ministry who faithfully abide, grow and endure in Jesus (Eph. 4:11-16). Finally, as Jesus is proclaimed, and servants are equipped, we are able to SEND WITNESSES who sacrificially point others to Jesus in our church, local community, and around the world (Acts 1:8).
Following his Spirit to wholeheartedly respond to the truth he has revealed.
Spirit and Truth
Clearly proclaiming the meaning and application of God’s authoritative word.
Expository and Applicational
Dependently and expectantly seeking the Kingdom and Glory of God.
Dependent and Expectant
Helping one another grow in Jesus through intentional biblical community.
Intentional and in Community
Displaying gospel love in our deeds while declaring gospel truth in our words.
Word and Deed
Developing meaningful partnerships that serve to multiply churches around the world.
Together and Around the World
What we Teach
We teach that the Scriptures, both Old, and New Testaments, are the inspired, infallible Word of God, without error in the original writings. We believe that this inspiration extends equally and fully to all parts of the Scriptures and that they are the complete revelation of God’s will for the salvation of men, and are the supreme and final authority in every area of faith and life. We further believe that, whereas there may be several applications of any given passage of Scripture, there is but one true interpretation. The meaning of Scripture is to be found as one diligently applies the literal, contextual, grammatical-historical method of interpretation under the illumination of the Holy Spirit.
2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:20-21; James 1:22-25; Psalm 119:105; John 7:17, 16:12-15; I Corinthians 2:7-15; I John 2:20, 27