We believe that the ability to live the Christian life is rooted firmly in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus who forgives our sins and empowers us to live a new life.
We believe being a disciple means building our lives on the clear teaching of Scripture.
We believe that prayer is essential to being and making disciples. God will do great things in proportion to our great dependence on Him.
We believe in making disciples in relational small groups with an intentional leader using a reproducible process.
We believe we can measure a disciple’s maturity by how well he or she loves, and love expresses itself most clearly through service and sacrifice.
We believe families are the building blocks of a church and a society, and they are the primary environments where disciples are made.
We believe that multiplying disciples is Jesus’ strategy for reaching the world, and it starts with engaging nonbelievers with the goal of sharing the Gospel. God has called us to do this locally, regionally, and globally.