Reach | Teach | Train | Send
Our Vision contains four key steps which are crucial to fulfilling the command of Jesus in the Great Commission. We wish to REACH, TEACH, TRAIN, and SEND God's people with the message of restoration ... not condemnation:
We desire to Reach individuals so that the love of Christ can restore them back to their proper place in God. (Evangelism)
We must then Teach individuals the Word of God so that they are not ignorant of God nor His principles. (Discipleship)
We strive to Train individuals to be effective followers of Christ, and how to effectively proclaim the Gospel of God. (Preparation)
Finally, we want to Send individuals who were once lost and broken, who have been taught and trained in God and His Word, out to effectively spread the Word of God to others. (Planting)
Our endeavor is to empower individuals through teaching and preaching the Good News of God’s Word, enabling them to overcome the challenges of life by the power of Restoration.
To empower individuals through teaching and preaching the Good News of God’s Word, enabling them to overcome the challenges of life by the power of Restoration.
Statement of Faith
We believe in the pre-eminence of Christ as our Divine Lord and Savior.
We believe in the Triune God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit).
We believe in the supreme authority of the Bible and its adequacy as our only rule for faith and conduct.
We believe in the right of private interpretation of the Scriptures, the competency of the individual in direct approach to God under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
We believe in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit with evidence of speaking in other tongues as the Holy Spirit gives utterance.
We believe in the absolute separation of Church and State.
We believe in Grace and regeneration.
We believe in a regenerate church membership.
We believe in a divinely called and qualified ministry.
We believe in Divine healing.
We believe in the Ordinance of the believer’s baptism by immersion in obedience to the command of Christ and the observance of “The Lord’s Supper.” Other forms of Baptisms are appropriate only in cases of emergencies, i.e., someone extremely ill or nearing death.
We believe in women in the ministry equal to roles traditionally held for men only (Deacons & Preachers).
We believe in harmony of the Law and the Gospel.
We believe in the complete independence of the local church and its interdependence associated fellowship with other churches.
We believe in the solemn obligation of Pastoral appointments as results of faithful service.
We believe in the spiritual unity of all true believers.
We believe in a worldwide missionary and evangelism program in obedience to the great commission of our Lord.