ENCOUNTER the living god
God unceasingly peruses us so that we might come to know Him, not as an idea or lifestyle, but as a living person. The Christian life behinds when we encounter God, and it continues when we say “yes” to God’s ongoing invitation.
To us, encounter isn’t a one-time thing; it’s a way of life
unite with community
Our commitment to God ties us together in a familial bond. Because of the freedom we experience in Christ and the union we have in our mission, we are not afraid of vulnerability with one another, and we foster authentic friendships that urge us towards our true identity. We commit to community by comforting the disturbed and disturbing the comfortable.
Together, we are stronger
UNMASK YOUR HEART
Before knowing Christ we spent our lives in a desperate fight for acceptance. We hid the mess of life behind a facade. scared to death of not being enough. But Christ seeks us—the orphan, the lost, the forsaken—in our brokenness. Jesus liberates us by claiming us as we are. Because of Him we are free to unmask our messy hearts before the One who has always accepted us.
We drop the act. We welcome love in.
endure in your mission
When Christ pursued us He didn’t just see our brokenness; He saw our potential to create revival with Him. Dissatisfied with the world, yet unafraid of its persecution, we pledge our fidelity to God and stop at nothing to bring the Kingdom of Heaven to earth. We are boat rockers and table flippers. We believe there is more to life than the status quo, so we challenge false authority and clear a way for all to encounter God.
We stop at nothing to bring the Kingdom of Heaven to earth
COMMIT TO INTIMACY
God shows us the cross and says, “I gave you everything and did not count the cost. will you do the same for Me?” Our faith is not a theory, but a radical love affair, where mutual sacrifice leads to intimacy. Sustained by Christ’s devotion to us, we remain devoted. We choose fidelity to Christ above all else. We give Him our allegiance through our brightest days and darkest nights.
We let go of attachments, we shed the need for comfort
RECEIVE your inheritance
In the steady rhythm of a transformed life we find hope—not in achievements for a demanding Master, but in a Father who is pleased to give us His Kingdom. We stop striving His praise and instead we join with Him in our work as children of a Father who fights for us. Our identity is secure. The battle has been won. his victory is His legacy to us.
We are heirs of a Father who fights for us
we call the restless wanderer home so that they can be real, messy, and vulnerable before the throne of their father
COORDINATOR OF YOUTH &
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
DIRECTOR OF PASTORAL MINISTRIES