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Living on Mission

What does it mean and how do we do it?
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What does “Living on Mission” mean?

Living “on mission” means seeing every aspect of life through the lens of the gospel. With this persepective we are able to bring hope to the people around us.

Rather than seeing mission as just one of the departments of our church, we see mission as the call of every Christian, to love and serve others with the hope of the gospel.

We want to be present in our community, a spiritual force of good in the name of Jesus. This involves engaging our neighbors, friends, family members, co-workers, and people all over the world who need to know of God’s saving love and power.

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Get started…

  1. Build relationships with non-Christians
  2. Be a helpful presence in their lives
  3. Share the gospel with them
  4. Invite them to church with you
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