Before Jesus ascended to heaven he left his disciples with a mission to complete:
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.
Based on Jesus words, we believe that making disciples is the primary mission of the church. To that end, we aim to love God, love others and make disciples who can make other disciples.
Two parts of this mission, in particular, compel us.
“Go” (Not “Come”)
How would the church and Christianity look if every follower of Christ were single-minded about “going” to those who need the gospel instead of convincing them to “come” to a church service or program?
Jesus’ example and his commands lean heavily toward taking the message of Christ to other families, neighborhoods, communities, cultures—wherever he is not known.
“Teach Them to Obey” (Not “Teach Them”)
The church typically focuses on the priority of teaching—understandably so, as teaching the Bible is critically important. But there’s a difference between “teaching” (which focuses on knowledge and understanding) and “teaching to obey” (which focuses on putting knowledge into practice).
One who hears, obeys and spreads Jesus’ commands.
Increasing greatly in number or quantity.
A common belief, identify and practice that spreads across all boundaries.
A dramatic change at a community level.
Until the Whole World Knows
“And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations...” – Mathew 24:14
Jesus made a way for us to be reconciled to God, and by believing in him we can have eternal life.
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