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Recognize that true worship in Spirit & Truth (John 4:23) is a foundational to cultivate a love and passion for God (Matt. 22:37), we hold passionate worship as a core value in this house. We have extended times of worship in order to facilitate and make room for encounters with the Holy Spirit.

Invest in Israel by being advocates of God’s plans and purposes for the nation through our prayers, financial support and personal involvement.

Value small groups as an integral part of nurturing and caring for each other on a more personal level. We are committed to seeing a community of faith, agape love and honor developed.

Encourage every member to minister (Ephesians 4:12) in the Body of Christ as well as in their everyday life. We seek to equip each member through discipleship and teaching to impart vision and value. This will help them discover their passion and release their destiny.

Release the Holy Spirit in freedom to minister SOZO (healing, deliverance and salvation) and the “gifts of the Spirit” (1 Cor. 12) so we can live a life of freedom, purpose and fulfillment.

Guard our region and “gateway” of the I-5 corridor as “watchmen on the walls” (Isa. 62: 6-7). We are committed to prayer and intercession for our region and for our fellowship’s direction, decision-making, protection and blessing.

Actively seek to reclaim, activate and awaken the creative arts and expression in God’s people in order to represent God’s divine and creative character.

Train and be a resource for families within the church and community. We long to see “the hearts of the parents restored to the children and the hearts of the children restored to the parents and all grow in the affection and fear of the Lord.” (Mal. 4:6)

Evangelize and share the love of the Father to others as a natural outflow of our lives. When we are empowered by His Spirit we are to be “poured out” into our local community and beyond to bless and be a representative of His love and forgiveness. The Great Commission flows from the Great Commandment. (Acts 1:8)