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Mission Statement

1. Worship as Priority: The Worship of God is our
primary ministry, pursued with biblically motivated
zeal and offered in reverence with humility,
childlikeness, and joyfulness.

2. God’s Word a Authority: The Word of God is our
final authority and source of life-guidance, calling us to
a faith-filled, obedient, godly life-style.

3. God’s Love Brings Wholeness: A Holy Spirit
begotten climate of God’s love is that atmosphere which
most readily begets living hope, fosters true health, and
produces practical holiness, as Jesus’ Cross points us to
a path of discipleship and a life free of condemnation, at
rest in God’s grace.

4. Ministry to the Family: The biblically modeled
family is God’s foundational social and governmental
unit and is to be nourished, served, and preserved as
such. Fundamental to this value is the sanctity of
marriage, biblical sexuality, and human life.

5. Racial Harmony and God’s Kingdom: Under God
our Creator, ethnic diversity is respected; and under
Christ our Redeemer, all humanity is invited to answer
the Bible’s call to the values and virtues of the Kingdom
of God.

6. Unity of Christ’s Body: The unity of the Church—
Christ’s global, many-faceted Body—is to be earnestly
sought and unselfishly served, that this value for which
Jesus prayed may find its answer in our attitudes and

7. Constant Prayer Unto Fruitfulness: Steadfast prayer
and faithful intercession allow us to enter a partnership
with God Almighty, and they are the foundational
means of personal and corporate fruitfulness in life,
service, and ministry.

8. Spirit-filled Witness and Service: The ministry of
the Church is to be conveyed through the means of
maturing believers at every age level, social status, and
marital state: filled with the Holy Spirit for empowered
witness and equipped in the Word and His gifts for
faithful service.

9. Vitality of the Spiritual Language: The biblical
exercise of Holy Spirit enabled supernatural utterance
for prayer, praise, intercession, and edification, is a
desirable and an available resource for every believer,
but is not to be deemed an essential experience, or
insisted upon for salvation, filling, maturity, or success
in spiritual life. While such an experience is encouraged,
and may enhance one’s intimacy with God, it is never to
be manipulated, forced, faked, or presented in such a
way as to create division or a sense that one believer is
more or less than another believer.

10. Committed to Spiritual Warfare: The reality of the
invisible realm of spiritual conflict demands biblical
confrontation through prayer and ministry with
discernment and love; that the triumph of Calvary is not
minimized, but applied by such means.

11. Spirit of Giving and Stewardship: To live is to give
—in tithes, offerings, and all life’s resources. We steward
what we have been given of time, gifts and finances,
seeing these as being from God’s hand, yet as ours to
obediently distribute.

12. Committed to Sound Doctrine: We adhere to the
Word of God as our foundation and final authority for
Christian living; always living in the spirit of the maxim
—In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; in all
things, charity.