Our vision is to evangelize the nations, making and teaching obedient disciples, establishing assemblies locally and globally, and declaring the truth of the Gospel as confirmed through signs and wonders.
Our vision statement is the catalyst and accountability document which provides direction and purpose for our ministry. The grace to carry out the mission comes from our identity in God. We are in fact first and foremost, Sons and Daughters of the Most High, birthed through the saving work of Messiah Jesus (Romans 5:8; and 8:16). In this identity as Sons and Daughters, we are provided the opportunity to exist and revel in the intimacy of the Father’s love (John 3:16; Romans 8:15). It is out of this love we are commissioned by Jesus to be laborers in His kingdom and for His glory (I Corinthians 12:5; John 20:21). Who we are in Messiah is more important than what we do; eternal fruit only comes from abiding in the vine (John 15:5).
Our vision includes the restoration of the five-fold ministry in the church including Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, and Teachers for perfecting the saints, as it was designed by the Father and commissioned through His Son Messiah Jesus (Ephesians 4:11). Thus we are called by the Eternal One to usher in His governmental order and subsequent blessings to a fallen and dying world (Ephesians 3:4-5). Our vision mobilizes people to be doers of the Word and not just hearers (James 1:22). It is our duty and privilege to be a congregation which equips believers to be lovers of God and a blessing to the nations.
It is our belief that the Father in Heaven has a unique call and design for every individual in Messiah Jesus (Romans 8:28-29). The “workings” of the Father’s call (I Corinthians 12:6) is expressed in the vision of the Father’s will and purpose to manifest His kingdom reign on earth as it is in Heaven (Matthew 6:10). This kingdom reign is within each one of us, individually as well as local assemblies corporately.
Our vision establishes a congregation which is unified with a singular purpose of being obedient to the direction, divine will and delight of the Father’s glory being expressed though His people for this generation (Ephesians 2:20; I Corinthians 12:28; Psalm 24:6). It is our joy to fellowship with one another in a common pursuit of this purpose.