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  on A Mission4Jesus

  Matthew 25: 35-40

Mission Statement & Doctrine

Our mission is to share the love of Jesus Christ while providing food, clean water, shelter, medical supplies, educational assistance, vocational skills and resources necessary for the poor to become self-sufficient. We are committed to the wise stewardship of all funds entrusted to us as well as following God’s direction for continued growth and success of all of our Mission’s Projects, wherever God leads.

Doctrine Statement:  We believe the Bible is God's Holy Word and it is without error. 

  • We believe Jesus Christ was born of a virgin birth, (Matthew 1:18); this is God’s Word that became flesh, who walked thirty-three and a half years preaching and teaching the Gospel. 
  • We believe at Calvary, Jesus died on a cross for the sins of the entire world. There He gave up the Ghost, was placed in a borrowed tomb sealed with a stone, then three days later as promised, He rose from the dead, defeating death, hell and the grave. Some forty days later, revealing Himself too many, He ascended into heaven and now sits at the right hand of God our Father. There He makes intercession for those who choose to believe on His name.
  • We believe, according to John 14:6, that Jesus is the only way to heaven. This way is made available when the Father draws ones heart to confess himself as a sinner (John 6:44) and he believes on Christ to be his Savior (Romans 10:9).
  • We believe it is Christ’s will that all should come to repentance (2 Peter 3:9). When a sinner receives God’s gift, Christ’s shed blood is applied to his sinful life, and not only forgives his sins, but cleanses him from all unrighteousness (I John 1:9). This shed blood on Calvary has broken the chains of sin for those that will choose to believe they are free from condemnation (John 3:15-18) and have become an heir of God and joint heir with Christ Jesus (Romans 8:17).

  • We believe we are commissioned to go, be doers of God's Word, not hearers only, by spreading the Gospel, visiting the fatherless, the widows, in their afflictions (James 1:27) and bringing light to where there is darkness (Acts 26:18)