We want more Jesus in our lives. We want to know and love Him more. We want more of His love, more of His presence, more of His power, and more of His will in our families, in our church, in our city. We want more of His plan, His blessing, His healing, His freedom, and His peace.
And we want you to have more Jesus in your life! We want you to discover how much you matter to Jesus, deepen your relationship with Him, and grow into the person He made you to be. We are praying for you and hope you will gather with us Sunday and encounter Jesus.
Just like Jesus told His first disciples, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men (Matthew 4:19)", so Jesus is still saying this to us today. We become who we were created to be and we fulfill our God-given purpose through a relationship with Jesus. Our job is to help you come to Jesus, hear His voice, and follow Him. We are done with religion; we don't want to build an institution. We just want more Jesus!
Isaiah 54:3 declares, "For you shall expand to the right and to the left, And your descendants will inherit the nations, And make the desolate cities inhabited."
This prophetic promise is describing a transformation in people’s lives that results in a transformation in a city.
We are not after ‘big church', but ‘big people’ making a ‘big impact’. Our vision is simply more Jesus: in us and in our city. We believe the result of fulfilling our mission will be the multiplication of disciples and churches that transform schools, businesses, neighborhoods, churches, and cities. Jesus told us, “He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit (John 15:5).” Our focus is abiding; His job is supernatural fruitfulness.
Our whole church is designed for you. We lay out a clear pathway that helps you make room for Jesus in your life; that helps you live an expanding life in Christ. We want to live in '4D'--the fullness--rather than bland ‘2D’ religion or even standard ‘3D’. '4D' living is where we Discover, Develop, Demonstrate and Duplicate more Jesus through our gatherings, community groups, discipleship programs, ministry teams, and leadership development.