Serving the body of Christ

Exercise Your Gifts

We have different gifts, according to the grace given to each of us. If your gift is prophesying, then prophesy in accordance with your faith;

(1 Corinthians 12 and Romans 12:6)

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Evangelism (Outreach)

Evangelism occurs most easily within existing relationships, rather than by talking to strangers. Since we usually already have credibility with our friends and family members, they are more likely to take the gospel seriously. Because of identification with friends, it is easier for the non- Christian to envision him/herself becoming a Christian. Also, the skills involved in effective friendship evangelism are much more common than those needed for cold-contact evangelism.

Scripture gives examples of this principle. See Jn. 1:41-51, Acts 16:30-34, and 1 Pet. 3:1,2.



Nothing has the power to transform your teenagers’ lives better than an outside-my-comfort-zone mission trip or service project. Outreach is the lifeblood of a thriving youth ministry, and serves as a microwave for life-change.

We embrace God's Kingdom and covenant promises for the church, Israel, and the nations, and the church's calling to build the Kingdom of God by sharing the Gospel and uniting Jew and Gentile Christians as one new man in Christ (Ephesians 2:14-16).



We nurture and raise Children with the word of God to develop a personal loving, serving relationship with Jesus Christ and guide them to discover their divine purpose in God; giving them a sound spiritual and moral foundation for a vibrant and victorious Christian walk..


Total Men

Ultimately, men's ministry is about equipping men to live out their faith in a way that is authentic, transformative, and impactful. It's about helping men to become the leaders, husbands, fathers, and friends that God has called them to be



All ministry must be centered on God's Word and our relationship to the God of the Word. This takes place on Sundays in Bible study and discipleship training as well as at various times throughout the week in large and small groups.

Spiritual growth must always be the ultimate goal when addressing needs that are: relational (social, family, communication, witnessing, service, fellowship); physical (health, nutrition, addictions); emotional (self-esteem, depression, crisis counseling); and mental (decision-making, time management, finances, leadership skills).