“As believers in Jesus Christ, we will be a church of vibrant Christians.”
“Draw near to God, and God will draw near to you.”
Prayer is the practice of drawing near.
The Bible is the primary way God reveals divine intentions and desires, opening our eyes, hearts, and minds to God’s indescribable grace-filled love.
When we worship, we turn our full and humble attention to God, and we are always surprised to discover God filling us with certainty.
Giving something of our everything is the most visible sign of “walking our talk.” We are what we do, what we offer, what we give.
Jesus lived a life of serving the least lovable in acts and attitudes of helping, healing, reconciling and restoring, bringing joy to both healed and healer.
Deepening friendships with other Christians is not exclusionary. They are where we find encouragement for the journey, and inspiration to love all, not just Christians.