what's the vision

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what's the vision

UPREACH  |  INREACH  |  OUTREACH

IT IS OUR SINCERE DESIRE TO WORSHIP OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST WITH ALL OUR HEART, SOUL, MIND AND STRENGTH.

UP-REACH

We believe that loving God is man's highest calling and our relationship to Him is our highest priority. All ministry, serving, and giving flows out of this relationship.

 

In all things we must demonstrate a humble reliance upon God to cultivate growth in His church through power of the Holy Spirit. Prayer is not only a gift for communing with God or a responsibility for making request know to God; it is our very life line for power, change and fruit in life and ministry (Luke 11; Romans 8:26ff; 1 Thessalonians 5:16,17; Colossians 4:2; Philippians 1:19; Hebrews 4:16).

 

It is our sincere desire to love one another in such a way that all the world with know that we are truly the children God.

 

IN-REACH 

As a spiritual family, we seek to grow to spiritual maturity, through expository, line upon line teaching of the Word of God; to equip one another for service; to impart a coherent vision. 

 

We are called to distinguish ourselves as a community of Christ’s followers in how we “love one another” (John 13:34,35). The body of Christ is a family, adopted through the blood of Christ in the gospel of grace and connected by God’s spirit, who practices towards one another peacemaking, service, care, and accountability (1 Peter 4:10; Galatians 5:13; Matthew 18:15-20)

 

It is our sincere desire to be fruitful in our responsibility to fulfill the Great Commission in making disciples.

 

OUTREACH

Healthy, well-taught followers of Jesus Christ will beget other healthy followers. Our desire is to go out into the society to expand the kingdom of God through lifestyle and one on one evangelism, as well as, organized and targeted outreaches to various segments of the community.  

 

We do not exist to simply or even primarily to serve and love ourselves. Our joyful calling is to care about the spiritual and social needs of our community and beyond. Christ’s love compels us to a ministry of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:14ff) through evangelism, mercy, giving and multiplying our church (Matthew 28:18-20; Acts 1:8).

 

Our aim and focus in ministry to people is not on behavioral modification, rather heart transformation. We want to reach the root matter of the heart (Matt. 12:34; Mark 7:21) as we seek to help people (both young and old) to grow in grace as faithful Christ followers.