Caring in Community
The Bible says the early Christians were known by their love, that they cared for one other, despite being from different cultures, social and financial standings. With God’s help we will learn how to be forgiving, encouraging, motivating, blessing, helping, instructing and supporting each other.
Rich in Worship
The Bible reminds us of God’s motive for creating mankind: to have a relationship with us. God wants us to know Him. So, the presence of the Holy Spirit is a and expected aspect of Christian worship. Also unique is the rich variety of words, music and practices available to us from the ancient to the contemporary.
Growing in Faith
The Bible teaches that everyone is made in God’s image, and been given a measure of faith. But we need to do something with it. Faith is like a muscle, it grows with use. God’s plan is that our faith grows until we become spiritually mature, lacking nothing, reflecting His glory and looking like Jesus.
Generous in Mission
The Bible challenges us to be generous, just as God is generous to us. The Gospel is the ultimate example of this. God gave to the world His only Son. And Jesus models a life of self-sacrifice and extreme generosity. He taught to care for people in need, and go the extra mile. We will learn to do this near and far.
Active in Service
The Bible encourages us to be equipped for service to build up and encourage the body of Christ. With God’s guidance we will be active and to be known by our love. The service we do in every arena of life is to be done as if to God. Our work, whether it is cleaning toilets, serving the poor or being in full-time ministry, it is done for the glory and pleasure of God.