The word of God challenges every believer to compel the unsaved to surrender to Christ calling them to discipleship (Matthew 28:19, Luke 14:23). We believe the fundamental work of the church is the saving of souls. We rejoice at the saving and surrendering of souls to further the Kingdom of God on earth. (Luke 15:7)
The word of God is the life-blood of every believer. The word allows one to grow in spirituality and without a commitment to the word, a believer never grows, therefore, we have a thirst for the word (Jeremiah 15:16, Psalm 119:11, 119:105). We are committed to reading, teaching and explaining God’s word daily.
The word of God is clear in communicating the importance of prayer. Prayer is necessary for everything that we do. God has created for His people an avenue for direct talk and direct instructions. We are to pray without ceasing. Every believer should feel compelled to develop a lifetime that us prayer centered. Much prayer, much power. Our church is committed to sincere, “got to do it,” “cannot live without it,” genuine prayer. (Romans 12:12, Ephesians 6:18, Matthew 21:13)
To truly build His Kingdom here on earth is to worship Him., praise Him, adore Him and magnify His name. God is to be praised. As his people we are to worship Him unconditionally without hesitation. David is remembered in both old and new testaments. He was a man after God’s own heart. David’s commitment to praise and worship blessed his life. We are committed to praise and worship [Psalm 95:6, Psalm 150, Hebrew 1:6)
God has called every believer into a community, a body of faith. In that community, we fellowship with one another. We are not islands, loners and disconnected persons. We are members of the body of Christ. We are to fellowship one with another for support, service, worship, ministry and recreation. To build the Kingdom of God on earth, the people of God must learn how to live together in genuine fellowship. (Acts 2:42, I Corinthians 1:9, John 1:7)