These are the values we hold to:
The Bible is the Word of God, and it’s one whole story from Genesis to Revelation (2Tim.3:16).
There is more to reality than what the eye can see. We’re committed to discovering the unseen realm in a way that’s based on scripture – both old and new testament (Gen.3,6,11; Deut.32:8-9; Ps.82; Eph.6:12). We’re also committed to live supernatural lives as seen in the spiritual gifts, prayer, worship and spiritual warfare.
God is calling every single believer to be a priest, representing him to the world, but starting in our homes, in our families (1Pet.2:5,9).
ONE NEW MAN:
God is calling both believers in Christ from Jewish background and Gentile background into one new man. Understanding the Hebrew roots of the Christian faith is pivotal. At the same time, Jews can remain true to their Jewish heritage, and Gentiles don’t need to become Jewish (Eph.2:11-22).
As the new humanity, we’re all equals in Jesus, regardless of gender, age, or race (Gal.3:28; Col.3:11; Joel 2:28-29)
God’s ultimate goal is for humanity to experience the wholeness it enjoyed before the fall, emotionally, spiritually and relationally. We can already experience a foretaste of that in the here and now in our lives and families (Ps.29:11; John 10:10; 3John 12; Rev.21:3-4).
We believe that as the world gets darker and darker, God’s heart is to usher in revival around the world, working through local churches as colonies of the Kingdom (Matt.5:15-16).
God is calling the church to be his bride, without spot or wrinkle. The ekklesia is “called out” of a dark world and is called to be separate from the world’s ways and the world’s systems. Therefore, he is restoring the church to its original intent, following the original patterns for church life and ministry (Eph.5:27; 1Pet.2:9; Acts 2:41-47).