Ours is a congregation, which desires to reflect the preeminence of Christ in all things through the power of the Holy Spirit unto the glory of God the Father.
So we preach Christ crucified in all of Scriptures as the only Redeemer of the world, able to forgive us of our sins, no matter how big or many; able to transform us, no matter how broken or vile; able to unite us, no matter how diverse our backgrounds; and able to give us true joy and peace, no matter what our circumstances may be.
We believe that our mission is impossible apart from the life-giving, life-transforming power of the Holy Spirit, which is made available to us through prayer.
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God is faithful and was the one who received the punishment for our unfaithfulness because He made a promise to save sinners like us. With His faithfulness to the death, He covered our unfaithfulness. By His suffering and death, Jesus brought forgiveness to all our broken promises. But His salvation does not stop there. The goal of His salvation is not forgiven sinners but holy saints, whose words and deeds are integrated as one as they are in Himself. We who are saved by a promise-keeping God cannot be promise-breaking people. Let us not make promises lightly. And when we make a promise, let us keep it to our own hurt with the help of our promise-keeping God--not because we have to earn our salvation with our faithfulness but because our promise-keeping God has saved us by His faithfulness and now we are adopted as His beloved children, bearing His family Name! Shouldn't we be able to trust one another to be there in times of need, to know that we have people watching our backs, because we belong to the family of God? Let us not be a Facebook church! Let us build a strong community of love and trust and self-sacrifice, starting with small, random acts of kindness and consideration to one another in service of God! So, when we will have to stand before Him on that final day, may we hear from His mouth, 'Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master" (Matt. 25:21)!