As a family and body of believers, we look to the Bible and the teachings of Jesus for our value system. We don’t feel the need to recreate the wheel. We are not about putting on a performance for Sunday. We look all the way back to the 1st century to Jesus and try to simply do what he did. He walked with people. He saw and met their needs. He built relationships with them. Jesus shared God’s story of restoration, then taught them how to obey his commands, and then those people were equipped(discipled) and expected to GO and be a part of the revolution that changed the world.
AS followers of Jesus we value people enough to walk with people through their faults, failures, needs, misconceptions, and show them the grace and truth of God offered through Jesus sacrificial death on the Cross. Our stories or testimonies of rescue are powerful and communicate the reality of Jesus in the 21st century in a personal way.