OUR DNA
We are:
Dedicated to Holy Scriptures - God’s authority for our lives
Dedicated to the Greatest Commandment - God’s work in us
Dedicated to the Great Commission - God’s work through us

VISION (What)
To help people know and align their lives to God and have a meaningful relationship with Him.

MISSION (How)
Reaching and discipling people with God’s love and word by following Jesus’s example of developing intentional relationships and having a servants heart.

PURPOSE (Why)
We believe the Bible is God’s word given to us to know, understand and submit our lives to. Our highest authority for life and ministry is the Bible (2Tim. 3:16-17). Therefore, God’s word is what we preach and proclaim.

Jesus said all commandments are fulfilled in the commandment to love our God with all our being and our neighbor as our self (Matt. 22:36-40). This is known as The Greatest Commandment. Love is primarily a matter of character and we are dedicated to pursuing a character of love. This allows God to work out love in our hearts thus molding us into the image of Jesus Christ (Rom. 8:29).

There are also works that God wants to do through us. Before Jesus left earth, He said to go and make disciples of all men (Mat. 28:18-20). We are dedicated to fulfilling this commandment known as The Great Commission. Our hearts and our efforts go out to people that don’t know God to disciple them. We are outwardly focused.

According to the above, our vision is threefold –help people know God, align and submit their lives to Him, and have a living relationship with Him. As it is clear from the Bible, we understand God is calling us into a living relationship with him. Our vision is helping people to know Him personally and experientially through having a personal, living relationship with Him (1 John 1:1-7).

We believe our vision is achieved by following the example of Christ given to us in the Gospels. The way Jesus reached the people around Him is the same style and philosophy we want to adopt. Jesus was a friend to the people. He had a servant’s heart. He served them, loved them, fed them, healed them, spent time with them and explained God’s word and truth to them. He was relational and on the basis of relationships he directed people towards God. We will follow this model in order to direct people to God and help them mature in Him.