Our Mission ::
To guide people to Christ so they will know him and be changed into his likeness.
Mission in Action
Our mission statement simply describes the gospel, its power to save and its power to change. We often talk about evangelism and transformation as the key themes of our mission's focus. Everything we do centers on proclaiming Jesus to reach those who don't know him, and then to see them changed into mature followers of Jesus, who reach and disciple others.
Our Vision :: For the People of Living Faith
We believe our vision should begin with who we are - genuine disciples of Jesus Christ, as seen in our personal conduct, our homes, our jobs, our schools, our ministries; indeed every aspect of our lives. We see the following for the disciples in our fellowship:
- Our faith is increasing and is not put at risk by challenges in our personal lives, the doubts of others, or the spiritual waywardness of our culture.
- We are discerning in regards to all things spiritual and secular.
- Our homes are models for Christ-exalted living.
- We are God-glorifying stewards of our time, treasure, and talents.
- We are holy and pure in all conduct and speech.
- We are habitual witnesses and ones who disciple, meaning we routinely effectively share our faith and build spiritually mentoring relationships.
Our Vision :: For Living Faith Bible Fellowship
Every church has a character which defines it, and this character should align with Christ's. We see the following for ourselves as a church:
- Serving - Living Faith should demonstrate a service mindset by ministering directly to the material needs of its fellowship, our city, and the broader concerns of our society.
- Growing - Living Faith should pursue healthy, disciple-making numerical growth as a goal, and ultimately as a means to fulfill her mission as broadly as possible.
- Reproducing - Living Faith should strive to plant and develop other churches as a natural by-product of her numeric growth and disciple-making mission.