We help Christian leaders like you have a more joyful and powerful ministry. Have you been heading toward more stress, fatigue, and burnout in your ministry? Let us help you get refreshed with a renewed taste of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We began by helping all interested Christians discover when their worldview worked against the aligning of their lives with the principles preached by Jesus in the Gospels. Our research had identified 14 common misconceptions that manifest themselves in the subconscious. These affect how you perceive reality. You will participate in group discussions about specific Scriptural passages to help you discover when these conflicts exist in your own life.
Not only have those seeking spiritual growth been helped by our ministry, but we found over time that Pastors and senior para-church leaders were deeply ministered to by our group discussion sessions. So many church leaders told us they were profoundly affected by these insights that we decided to focus on ministering primarily to those who have leadership roles in the Church.
We believe the Bible is the living Word of God.
(Hebrews 4:12) (II Timothy 3:14-17) (I Peter 1:23-25)
We believe in God the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth.
(Genesis 1:1) (I Cor. 8:6)
We believe in Jesus Christ, the only eternally begotten Son of the Father. Jesus Christ is our Savior and Lord by Whom, and through Whom, and for Whom the Father created the world.
(John 1:1-4) (John 3:16-18) (Col 1:15-20)
We believe in the Holy Spirit. He is the seal of salvation for Christians, and He convicts humanity of sin, righteousness, and judgement.
(John 15:26) (John 16:7-11) (Eph 1:13)
We believe that these three, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, are one God; distinct, but not divided. They are of one essence and share the same power and glory.
(Matt 28:19) (1 Cor 8:6) (2 Cor 13:14) (Col 2:9) (Is 9:6)
Jesus Christ as the Son of God, was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, and lived a sinless life.
(Luke 1:26-35, 2:4-7) (1 Pet 2:22) (Heb 4:15)
He was crucified, died, and was buried as a substitute for our sins.
(Luke 23:23-25, 46, 52-53) (I Cor 15:3-4) (2 Cor 5:21)
On the third day He arose from the dead, ascended into heaven, and sits at the right hand of God the Father Almighty.
(Luke 24:6-7) (Heb 1:3)
In the fulness of time, He will return to judge the living and the dead.
(II Timothy 4:1) (Rev 22:12)
Salvation is for all those who trust Jesus to save them from their sins by His substitutionary death, and are saved by grace through faith, and not by their works.
(Ephesians 2:8-10) (Gal 3:1-3, 10-14) (I John 1:9)
Believers, having received the identity of being in Jesus Christ, are part of the household, status, and authority of God, and are commissioned by Him to be ambassadors of Christ to the world.
(Eph 2:19-22) (I Cor 12:12-13) (2 Cor 5:16-21) (Gal 2:20) (Matt 28:19)
Jesus places a primary emphasis on loving each other as He loved us, and will empower us to do so as we walk with Him.
(John 13:34) (1 John 2:9-11) (1 John 3:16-18, 23) (1 John 4:7-9)
Jesus wants believers to be continually reminded that He will never leave us or forsake us.
(Matt 28:20) (Heb 13:5-6) (John 10:28) (John 14:16)
Those who have been saved will inherit eternal life in which they will live forever in relationship with God; those who are not saved, will spend forever separated from God.
(I Thessalonians 4:13-18) (Matt 7:21-23) (Luke 13:23-30) (Heb 6:2) (John 6:40) (John 17:3) (John 10:28)