Every organization has a mission and a purpose for why they exist and what they seek to accomplish. But what about the local church? Join us as we discuss the purpose, mission, vision, strategy, and core values of our local church, and why it all matters.
Servanthood played a powerful role in how Jesus developed disciples. He served His followers and called them to likewise go and serve as He has served them. The same applies to us today. We grow as we serve.
One of the ways the early church rapidly grew in size and impact was through the power of invitation, as followers of Jesus join His mission to invite others to come and see for themselves who Jesus is. We all have the ability to extend an invitation that could radically change lives.
One of the most powerful discipleship tools one can have is a living example of what it looks like to faithfully follow Jesus.
Did Jesus really die and rise again? Join us this Easter as we look at some of the evidence and why it matters today.
What the Church needs is not a new mission, but rather to unify around the mission that Jesus has already given us- to make disciples. In this message, we take an in-depth look at the Great Commission and how we can and need to work together to develop generations of mature followers of Jesus.
Following Jesus entails pursuing Him daily. This entails reading His Word, coming to Him in prayer, and worshipping Him on a daily basis. As powerful as church services, small groups, and other spiritual growth opportunities are, none of them take the place of one on one time with Jesus. Through our daily devotions, Jesus grows…
Jesus calls His followers to not only know the truth, but to respond to the truth in obedience. One of the ways that God uses to grow and develop us in our obedience and faithfulness to Him is through our relationships with one another. This entails accountability, humility, grace, and a commitment to grow together.
Jesus spent most of his earthly ministry pouring into His small group of the 12 apostles. He called them to not only follow Him and enter into relationship with Him, but to also join this group and to experience community and fellowship with one another. Likewise today, God uses small groups as one of the…
This Mother’s Day we look at the discipleship role that mothers play in our lives, and how we likewise need to be intentional about pouring into the lives of others around us. Jesus doesn’t call His followers to just be open to making disciples if the opportunity ever arises. He calls us to be intentional…