We acknowledge our complete and absolute dependence on God. We recognize the Bible as the final authority in our lives and we acknowledge the presence of the Holy Spirit leading us.

Q: Is there a rhythm to your life where you give God time and space to speak to you?

Q: Is your relationship with God becoming more meaningful?


We will do anything short of sin to reach people who our outside of a relationship with Jesus. To reach people no one is reaching, we must be effective in doing things no one else is doing.

Q: What is more important to you, a soul discovering Jesus or a comfortable place for you?

Q: Are you intentionally building a relationship with someone who needs Jesus?


We affirm that you may or may not believe that Jesus is – God. You don’t have to change your belief system to attend our church. We simply invite you on a journey towards Jesus.

Q: Are you open to the possibility that God is wildly and recklessly in love with you?

Q: Do you realize that church people are just like you? We are all broken and we all need healed.


We believe God has a plan and a purpose for everyone. The journey we are on to discover that plan begins when we move from being a consumer to being a contributor.

Q: Are you serving others to help them get ahead?

Q: Do you build God’s kingdom with your time, money and energy?


Authentic relationships are a natural outcome of individuals who are willing to be transparent.

Q: Are you aware of and do you communicate your story to help others in their story?

Q: Are you connected with others in a meaningful way while serving?


God gave us His best. Us giving Him our best is our worship to God. Excellence honors God and it inspires those around us.

Q: Do you bring your best in your leadership or volunteer role?

Q: Are you preparing, praying, and growing to invest into others?


We are focused on making a difference in the lives of people, marriages, families, and in our community one person at a time. What we do matters deeply, even if no one validates us.

Q: Are you serving to be discovered or to make a difference in the life of one person?

Q: What makes you feel more comfortable: serving others or having others serve you?