VISION + MISSION + STRATEGIES
To see a movement of disciple-making churches advancing God’s Kingdom throughout the world.
We desire to see 5% Kingdom of God growth in
Clark County over the next 10 years.
To equip and empower the body of Christ to lead and impact every sphere of life with Gospel-Centered Living.
Connected to Christ
We connect people to Christ through worship, evangelism, and discipleship; the Gospel changes lives, and out of that change comes Gospel-Centered Living.
Connected to Community
We connect people to live life with each other through Life Groups, extravagant generosity, self-sacrificing service, strengthening singles and families, and the development of the next generation. Gospel-Centered community is the heartbeat of a Gospel-Centered life.
Connected to Calling
We connect people to what God created them to do through equipping them to live out the Gospel in every area of life. We do this by identifying spiritual gifts, encouraging spiritual formation, and personal leadership development. We are called to live sent lives; the church must equip and empower the body of Christ to impact their circles of influence with Gospel-Centered Living.
Connected to Outreach
We connect people to the poor and marginalized through ministries of justice and compassion, and to the whole city through the civic involvement of our people. In seeking the welfare of our city, we will find our own; this is Gospel-Centered outreach.
Connected to Cultural Transformation
We connect people to the culture, particularly through the integration of faith with work and vocation; the Gospel changes how we view our work.
Connected to the Nations
We connect people to those who have never heard the Gospel. To be the church where there is no church, and to see people from all tribes and nations realize how the Gospel changes everything.
Connected to Movement
We are connected to the mission of God in this world. To see a multiplication of Gospel-based churches, ministries, institutions, companies, and initiatives throughout the city and eventually the world as a result of Gospel-Centered Living.
For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. Romans 1:16