Committed to Mission-outward relationship (being sent into the world):
Our life purpose is to pass this gift of grace on to others. To give it away. And we believe every believer is called to help spread this good news of Jesus Christ. We believe ministry belongs to everyone not just the “clergy”. God asks us to live the message of Jesus faithfully serving others through our whole lives, and that means committing to generously give from our time, talents and treasure to bless others and glorify God.
"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Act 1:8
God is a Missionary God
Participating with The God of mission who was sent and is sending.
In 1932 Brandenburg Missionary conference it was argues that mission was not an activity of the church rather an attribute of God Himself. He is a missionary God.
--The Father sent the Son.
(John 5; 8:42; 1 Jn. 4:14; Rom. 8:18-25; Col. 1:15-20)
God’s mission of redemption is centered in the person and work of Jesus. The Father sent the Son to live, teach, work, die and rise again as the ground of our salvation. This mission of redemption was not only for saving individual sinners, but is cosmic in its scope.
--The Father and Son send the Spirit.
(John 14; 16; Mk. 13:11; Luke 11:13)
Before his return to the Father Jesus promised that he would send another Helper. The Holy Spirit would be sent into the world to bring conviction, continuing the work of redemption. This same Spirit will lead us into truth, and give us the words to say as the mission of God.
--Jesus sends the church out into the world.
(John 20:21; Acts 1:8)
The mission of God continues as Jesus sends his people out into the world as the continuation of his mission. As Jesus was sent, so are we, to be the agents of God’s gospel.