JESUS DID NOT JUST CALL US TO MAKE “CHRISTIANS,” PEOPLE WHO SIMPLY PROFESS, BUT RATHER TO MAKE “DISCIPLES,” SOMEONE WHOSE LIFE IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT TO SERVE THE KING (MATTHEW 28:18-20).
Both Matthew and Luke in their accounts of the life of Jesus record the idea of discipleship as His last words. This is obviously important and we believe this should be at the heart of every individual Christian, as well as every local church. Our deepest desire for man is continual, reproducible discipleship as seen in 2 Timothy 2:2.
As a church that fights for unity within diversity, we have created a list of resources to get you started on the life-long journey towards racial reconciliation. Join us in taking steps forward to seek justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God (Micah 6:8).
We want to help believers grow in their walk with the Lord, equipping them for the work of the ministry, in hopes that they would find their place in the story of God and serve passionately there, ultimately growing into the fullness of Christ (Eph 4:13).
Discipleship doesn’t just include making those who already believe stronger in their faith. Throughout Scripture, discipleship also includes reaching the lost and bringing them into the Kingdom (Matt. 28:19, Lk. 15:4, 19:10).