Our mission is to be a church that makes disciple-making disciples.
We exist to create a gospel-centered community that nurtures transformation.
We have chosen to visually emphasize the significance of gospel-centeredness over all our core values because, quite simply, we believe the gospel must be the controlling reality of the whole of our lives. Therefore, our desire is for the functional centrality of the gospel to pervade and condition each of our values.
The gospel is the good news! Through Jesus’ death and resurrection the whole world is being redeemed. The Gospel meets us at the core of who we are and invites us to embrace Jesus and his work instead of our own as the sole foundation of our relationship with God. In short, the Gospel confronts both those attempting to establish their identities by being religious and those attempting to establish their identities by being irreligious. Inviting them instead to find their identity in the life and work of Jesus.
Responding to God in gratefulness for who he is and what he has done. (John 4:24)
We envision a church that will explode with gratitude to God in all we do as we grow in the knowledge and understanding of who God is, what he is doing and what he has done.
Sharing what God has given you with those in need. (2 Corinthians 9:7, 1 Timothy 6:18)
We envision a church who shares sacrificially with those in need. We want to see our church, the city of Asheville, and the world changed because we are generous with all that God has given us to further his kingdom.
Being reconciled to God (2 Cor. 5:18) and maturing in the faith. (Col 2:6-7)
We envision a church that will never be the same because we have been reconciled to Christ and will continue to grow in him.