Vision & Values

Be Disciples

The greatest gift given to mankind is the ability to be disciples of Jesus through the work of salvation. Disciples are followers of Jesus who have been forgiven of their sin through belief in His person, death, and resurrection. Disciples have repented of their sin and called on Jesus to be the Lord and Master of their life. In John 15:7-8 Jesus says that we will “BE DISCIPLES” if we abide in Him and bear much fruit. Jesus is saying that to be a disciple is to remain connected with Him through Scripture and the Holy Spirit. As we stay connected to Him, we are enabled to live the life He has called us to live and bear much fruit.

make Disciples

Before Jesus left the earth He commissioned His followers to, “Go and make disciples of all nations…” We believe the final words of Jesus were the marching orders for every Christian for all ages until Jesus returns. In order to live out discipleship in our lives we must first BE DISCIPLES, but we must also seek to MAKE DISCIPLES. Every Christian is called to be a disciple-maker. God has given each one of His children special gifts and abilities to help accomplish this mission, so that many will hear and believe in the Gospel.



We will stand on the solid rock of God’s Holy Word because our lives depend on it!

(Deuteronomy 8:3, 32:47, Matthew 4:4, 7:24-27, John 6:68, 2 Timothy 3:16-17)


We will ask and believe God for all things!

(Luke 11:2-13, 18:1-8,27, Ephesians 3:20)


We will not keep silent until everyone everywhere hears the life giving, soul saving, good news that Jesus saves sinners!

(Matthew 28:19-20, Acts 1:8, Romans 10:14-15)


We are all-in followers of Jesus who live to be disciples and make disciples!

(2 Timothy 2:2, Matthew 28:19-20)


We worship Jesus in all of life for all of life to the glory of God!

(Psalm 113:3, Romans 12:1-2)


We are committed to doing life with the Body of Christ!

(Hebrews 10:25, Acts 2:46-47)


We will spend and be spent in service to the cause of Christ until our final breath!

(2 Corinthians 12:15, Mark 10:45)