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.
God has a purpose and a plan for our lives, and He calls us to pursue Him and His purposes above our own. This week we hear from Carson, our special guest speaker, who has just returned from a short-term mission trip to Slovakia.
Context plays a vital role in faithful interpretation. While we all know this, we often take for granted the various layers of context that are at work in each verse of scripture. This message builds upon what we’ve studied over the last two weeks on growing as faithful interpreters of God’s Word.
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.
Jesus passionately pursued the lost, the sinful, and the outcast, and He has called for us to do the same. In the parable of the sower, Jesus illustrates the importance of the condition of our hearts to receive His Word, and also to spread His Word.
God offers us true hope in our lives, giving us meaning, purpose, fulfillment, and strength to endure the darkest times we face in life.
God’s people called, equipped, and sent.
Getting out of your lane could be hazardous to your health.
The Bible is not wrong, and if the Bible is not wrong, then what Christ said is RIGHT!
Vision for ministry is a reflection of what God wants to accomplish through you to build His kingdom.
– George Barna