We exist to mobilize and multiply disciple-making churches.
We envision a movement of global-minded churches that are reproducing healthy disciples, leaders, and congregations.
We dream of…
- stimulating churches toward mission advancement.
- helping churches to keep their focus on making and multiplying disciples.
- developing pastors and leaders in essential ministry skills.
- becoming a catalyst for strategic church-planting.
- nurturing a spirit of love that bridges cultures, nationalities, ethnicities, generations, politics, privilege, position, and religious backgrounds.
- fostering fellowship and connections among pastors and churches.
- supporting churches in times of need and transition.
Our Core Values
We believe that working together with other churches to reach common goals enriches churches. Every church has something to offer. We also believe in connecting with other Christ following groups. We can achieve more in this way than working independently of one another. We believe that cooperation is a gift of God. (Phil. 1:3-11, Eccl. 4:9)
Because we believe that the local church is God’s primary means of presenting the Gospel and establishing His kingdom, we will seek to help churches achieve their unique, disciple making mission in relevant and effective ways. (Acts 2:42-47, 1 Thess. 1:2-10)
We believe that every church should be involved in some way in helping to start new congregations. We desire to expand our reach to strategic places around the world where the Gospel is needed. (Acts 1:8, Matt. 28:18-20)
The unity of the Spirit among our churches exhibits the oneness of all believers in Christ. We will seek to work out differences that may arise because we believe the power of the Gospel to unite us is stronger than the power of our enemy to divide us. (John 17:20-23, Eph. 2:19-22)
Since Jesus commanded us to make disciples of all nations, we celebrate that people from many nations and cultures come together in our churches. We believe that our diversity expresses the creativity and eternal plan of God. (Gen. 12:3, Rev. 7:9-10)
We believe that community among Christ followers facilitates encouragement, prayer, edification, and accountability. We believe that Christian friendships develop when we take the time and effort to share our
joys, sorrows, and challenges. (1 Thess. 5:14, Gal. 6:2)