We see a home to which many will come to encounter Christ, a home in which many sinners will become saints.
Count on it—there’s more joy in heaven over one sinner’s rescued life than over ninety-nine good people in no need of rescue.
We see multiple services each weekend, filled to capacity, as multitudes are drawn to the grace of the gospel of Jesus.
When Jesus arrived, he saw this huge crowd. At the sight of them, his heart broke—like sheep with no shepherd they were. He went right to work teaching them.
We see a church that draws, disciples and deploys youth and young adults to serve Jesus with the best of their youth and with the rest of their lives.
That the generation to come might know, even the children yet to be born, that they may arise and tell them to their children, that they should put their confidence in God and not forget the works of God, but keep His commandments,
We see our city and our region becoming a better place for everyone, as the influence of a growing church is leveraged for the good of everyone.
They’ll rebuild the old ruins, raise a new city out of the wreckage. They’ll start over on the ruined cities, take the rubble left behind and make it new.