Our Vision:

To multiply healthy communities of disciples for Jesus around the world.

Our Mission:

Our church exists to REACH non-believers for JESUS, CONNECT them with other Christians
to help them GROW in their faith and KNOW they’re position as children of God; To challenge their growth and help them DISCOVER their ministry so they will HONOR God with their lives while walking on the path of their DESTINY

Our ministries seek to accomplish a practical understanding and working of seven basic principles at work within the life of the believer: evangelism, fellowship, discipleship, Sonship, ministry, worship and calling.

Our Core Convictions:

Our church is centered around two core convictions:

1) We believe Our All-Powerful God wants to change your life for the better;


2) We believe He wants take that same power and use it in your life to transform the world.

“If we fall short, let it be said of us that we failed because we dreamed too big, tried too hard, believed too greatly, compromised too little, prayed too long, and sacrificed too much. Let it be said of us that we were fools for Christ, foolish enough, in fact, to have trusted God for the impossible. We are interested in nothing less.”

– Dr. Earl Creps


  • We have concluded that teaching the Word without demonstrating it is not enough. Good teaching, good doctrine and being good people is not enough.
  • We have concluded that good fellowship and being a good member is not enough.
  • We have concluded that good Bible studies and good small groups is not enough.
  • We have concluded that just making it to heaven is not our goal, and that knowing about God without truly knowing and experiencing God is meaningless.
  • We have concluded that change without transformation is intolerable and that staying the same is not an option.
  • We have concluded that gifting without character is worthless.
  • We have concluded that singing songs without worshiping is hollow.
  • We have concluded that having meetings without God showing up is pointless.
  • We have concluded that having faith without works is not enough and having works without love is not acceptable; that our response or function is out of revelation of the relationship with the Father and then with each other.
  • We have concluded that reading the book of Acts or about the book of Acts without experiencing it is unthinkable.
  • We have concluded that hearing about the Holy Spirit without experiencing Him is pointless, that believing in His presence without seeing it manifested in signs and wonders is empty.
  • We have concluded that we must be Holy Spirit filled, Holy Spirit led, and Holy Spirit empowered anything less is not enough.
  • We have concluded that we want to be the ones telling the stories of God’s power, not the ones hearing about them.
  • We have concluded that living saved, but not supernatural is living below our privilege and short of what Christ died for.
  • We have concluded that we are a battleship, not a cruise ship, an army, not an audience, special forces not spectators, missionaries not club members.
  • We have concluded that we are both pioneers and settlers, not squatters (people who take up space without having fought for it or improving it.)
  • We have concluded that we are to be contagious instead of quarantined.
  • We have concluded that we are to be radical lovers and outrageous givers.
  • We have concluded that we are to be a mission outreach and not a museum.

Because of those conclusions:

  • We honor the past but we don’t live in it.
  • We live in the present with our eyes on the future.
  • We view past events successes and failures – as stepping stones not stop signs.
  • We pursue learning to be transformed not just in order to know.
  • We are people of engagement not observation.
  • We focus on what could be and not on what has been.
  • We are not limited or restricted by the walls of any building. Our influence is not restricted by location.
  • The measure of our effectiveness or our success is not in how many people pass through our location but how many lives are transformed. We are concerned by how many we send into the world not how many come to our location.
  • We help raise up world changers not tour guides.
  • We view each day, not as good or bad, but as a day of grace.
  • We are a people of our destiny not our history.
  • We have concluded that we would rather reach for impossible and fail than succeed by settling for less.
  • We have concluded that nothing less than Thy Kingdom come, His will be done in our world as it is in heaven will satisfy.




Get Connected

We would love to help you get connected in our community to people, small groups, events, services, volunteer opportunities and most importantly TO OUR AMAZINGLY POWERFUL GOD!

Contact us now and tell us how we can best connect you 🙂

People go to restaurants and to movies. We don’t just GO to church, we ARE the church!

Pastor Moe, Senior Pastor

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

For with God, NOTHING shall Be Impossible!

Jesus, Luke 1:37

“I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me”
–Jesus, Revelation 3:20