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Purpose

Statement of Purpose

To trust God to build His church through us as we are faithful to preach and teach His Word and to live in such a way that others will be drawn to Christ by observing His light in us as we grow deeper in our relationship with Him.

Trust God to Build His Church

In Psalm 127:1 it says "Unless God builds the house, they labor in vain who build it." Our desire is to honor God and to be used of Him (as “living stones” – 1 Peter 2:5) in the building of His church as we follow the principles He has given us in His Word. We acknowledge Him as Lord of the church (Eph. 5:23Rev. 1-3) and desire to follow His Lordship in every aspect of church life and practice.

Faithful to Teach and Preach his Word

When the Apostle Paul was instructing Timothy as to his role as a Pastor, he admonished him to "Preach the Word"... (2 Tim. 4:2) We believe that God honors His Word! When it is faithfully and unapologetically proclaimed, the Holy Spirit uses it to convict the hearts of men and transform lives. Our desire is to utilize every opportunity possible to preach and teach the "whole counsel of God." (Acts 20:27)

Live In Such A Way That Others Will Be Drawn To Christ

When the Apostle Paul was instructing Timothy as to his role as a Pastor, he admonished him to "Preach the Word"... (2 Tim. 4:2) We believe that God honors His Word! When it is faithfully and unapologetically proclaimed, the Holy Spirit uses it to convict the hearts of men and transform lives. Our desire is to utilize every opportunity possible to preach and teach the "whole counsel of God." (Acts 20:27)

Grow Deeper In Our Relationship with Him

When the Apostle Paul was instructing Timothy as to his role as a Pastor, he admonished him to "Preach the Word"... (2 Tim. 4:2) We believe that God honors His Word! When it is faithfully and unapologetically proclaimed, the Holy Spirit uses it to convict the hearts of men and transform lives. Our desire is to utilize every opportunity possible to preach and teach the "whole counsel of God." (Acts 20:27)

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