Our small group ministry is designed to create opportunities for relationships to grow in unity and in faith as the morning sermon is discussed, reflected on, and applied to our daily lives.
These small groups meetings happen in member's homes twice a year for eight week sessions in place of our regular Sunday evening worship services.
Logos Students is our parent driven student ministry that focuses on the preaching of the Word, intentional discipleship, and the strengthening of the parent/child relationship.
Our Titus 2 ministry exists to strengthen the woman's role in her home, church, and community. Each meeting has a goal to encourage hearts, hold members accountable, and to provide wisdom and examples for the younger ladies in our church.
These meetings happen in group leader's homes monthly and are available to ladies of all ages.
Awana Clubs are an exciting opportunity for our children Ages 3-12th grade to benefit spiritually, mentally, physically, and emotionally from each weekly meeting. Our Awana Clubs offer a positive, loving atmosphere where our children can develop their social skills such as sharing, listening, and relating to others. Through achievement awards, our children gain a sense of accomplishment that leads to future successes in various areas of life. The heart of Awana is its biblical stand that stresses the prominence of God’s Word. The core of Awana achievements’ is based on memorizing Scripture verses, attendance, and behavior.
It’s our vision that all matters in life pertains to our standing before a holy God, and God’s Word provides all we need for life and godliness there the only infallible source for counsel is God’s Word and that is the basis for our counseling. No matter the circumstance you find yourself in, there is hope in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and exist to share that hope with others.
We affirm the value and usefulness of the entirety of God’s revelation, including general and special revelation. General revelation is a display of the goodness and power of God in the things he has made. The divine self-disclosure in general revelation leads to condemnation, rather than salvation (Rom 1:18-32).
Special revelation is recorded exclusively and completely in the Scriptures. It is an inspired, inerrant, authoritative, and sufficient rule for all of life and faith. Because counseling concerns matters of life and faith before God, Scripture is an inspired, inerrant, authoritative, and sufficient rule for the presuppositions, principles, and practices of counseling (2 Pet 1:3-21).