Our Mission


To make disciples that make disciples of Jesus by serving others, strengthening families, and starting churches.

Our Vision


We will be following Jesus in such a way that He becomes our ultimate treasure. This will be characterized by the transforming of our hearts and minds, sacrificing ourselves for His glory, actively living out His Word, and participating in the expansion of His Kingdom.

Our Values


1. Biblical Authority (2 Tim. 3:16)
God has spoken to us through the Bible and we recognize it as the final authority in our lives

Question: Are your priorities consistent with Scripture?

2. All People Matter to God (Eph. 2:8-9)
We will create a grace-giving, come as you are, environment for all people to explore Christ in their spiritual journey. We’re here for those that aren’t yet here.

Question: Do you love people?

3. Authentic Relationships (Acts 2:42-47)
Accountability, belonging, care, and spiritual growth happen best within the context of authentic relationships.

Question: Are you in a growth group?

4. Empowering Families (Deu. 6:5-9)
Parents are the most influential people in the lives of their kids. Therefore, we partner with the parents for the greatest spiritual impact.

Question: Are you willing to be equipped to lead your children?

5. Intentional Apprenticeship (2 Tim. 2:2)
We are responsible to pass along to others the knowledge, skills, and opportunities that have been entrusted to us.

Question: Are you apprenticing someone?

6. Prayerful Dependence (Phil 4:6-7)
We can do nothing apart from Christ and it is through His power that anything is accomplished for His purposes.

Question: Are you praying consistently?

7. Missional Relevance (1 Cor. 9:19-23)
We must communicate the whole Gospel message to our mission field in a relevant and understandable way.

Question: Is your ministry area appealing, engaging, and helpful?

8. Spiritual Contributors (Eph. 2:10)
Followers of Jesus are contributors, not consumers. Our church is most effective when each believer is using his or her gifts, talents, and resources to advance God’s kingdom.

Question: Where are you serving?

9. Holistic Discipleship (2 Cor. 5:17)
Discipleship is a process not a program. We want to learn to intimately connect with God personally and allow Him access to our entire being.

Question: Is your relationship with God growing?

10. Cooperative Multiplication (Acts 13:1-3)
We are here to build God’s kingdom, not our own kingdom. We believe we can do more to advance God’s kingdom through partnering with others to reach the world.

Question: Who can you partner with to advance God’s kingdom?