Decisions that Define Us


The church that I see is a worshipping church whose songs reflect such a passion for Christ that others sense His magnificence and power. A distinct sound that emanates from a healthy church, contagious in spirit – creating music that resounds from villages and tribes to great cities and nations.

A church that brings JESUS into homes, palaces and prisons alike.

I see a church equipping the body of Christ. A church that empowers leaders, who serve God in every walk of life.

I see a church graced humble leaders who will pay the price and count the cost of impacting cities and regions releasing a spirit of revival…

I see a church whose leadership is unified in their commitment to the authenticity, credibility and quality of its heart. Leaders who dare to be themselves, yet live secure in the knowledge that “what they are part of is bigger than the part they play.”

I see a church committed to the apostolic anointing of leaders who are desperate to see the Church of Jesus Christ rise up to live the un-lived life within her… His glorious Church.

I see a church moving in the supernatural power of God standing as beacons of light that bring glory to God and hope to humanity.

I see a church that loves God, loves people and loves life. Youthful in spirit; generous at heart; faith-filled in confession; loving in nature and inclusive in expression.

Yes, the church that I see is committed to bringing the love and hope of Christ to impossible situations through the preaching of the gospel and a mandate that drives us to do all we can to bring help and solution to a needy world. Whose head is Jesus, whose help is the Holy Spirit and whose focus is the Great Commission of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

I see a Church whose heartfelt praise and worship touches Heaven and changes earth; worship which influences the praises of people throughout the earth, exalting Christ with powerful songs of faith and hope.

I see a Church whose altars are constantly filled with repentant sinners responding to Christ’s call to salvation.

 Yes, the Church that I see is so dependent on the Holy Spirit that nothing will stop it nor stand against it; a Church whose people are unified, praying and full of God’s Spirit.

The Church that I see has a message so clear that lives are changed forever and potential is fulfilled through the power of His Word; a message beamed to the peoples of the earth through their television screens.

I see a Church so compassionate that people are drawn from impossible situations into a loving and friendly circle of hope, where answers are found and acceptance is given.

I see a people so Kingdom-minded that they will count whatever the cost and pay whatever the price to see revival sweep this land.

The Church that I see is a Church so committed to raising, training and empowering a leadership generation to reap the end-time harvest that all its ministries are consumed with this goal.

I see a Church whose head is Jesus, whose help is the Holy Spirit and whose focus is the Great Commission.

A church that sets atmospheres that not only change us but change the world around us. We are atmosphere changers!

A church that has decided to lead men to Christ, not just to church. If men and women are truly led to Christ they will end up in church, but the reverse is not necessarily true. Many are drawn to the church for various reasons, but never come to know the Lord. So what good is the most glorious temple if the Lord is not in it? If He is in the temple…will that not be what gets your attention.

A church that has decided simply not to become bone collectors – but rather, we prophecy to the bones and see them live!

A church that will prophesy Ezekiel 37:4 “Then he said to me, “Prophesy to these bones and say to them, ‘Dry bones, hear the word of the LORD!”

A church that is not pursuant on becoming a mega church- we just want people to have a mega God living inside them. We are not trying to fill our pews with people, we are trying to fill people with God!

A church that believes that MICRO is the new MEGA.






We honor the past – we don’t live in it.

We live in the present with our eyes on the future.

We see past events – successes and failures – as stepping-stones not stop signs.

We pursue learning in order to be transformed, not learning in order to know.

We are people of engagement not observation.

We focus on what could be, not on what is or has been.

We are not limited to the four walls of this building. Our influence is not restricted by location.

We are more concerned about how many we send out into the world than how many we convince to come into the building. This building is meant to be filled and it will be – but it will not be the measure of who we are or the measure of our effectiveness or our focus.

We are not trying to fill the building with people- our goal is to fill people with God!

We raise up world changers – not tour guides. We train commandos, not committees. We move in relationship not Religion.

We are a people of our destiny, not of our history.

We have decided that it is better to fail while reaching for the impossible that God has planned for us than succeed by settling for less.

We have decided that when the enemy draws a line to keep us bound in fear, we will immediately cross over it…why? Because it’s fun!

We have decided that being a tribe of the unique’s is exactly what we are and we will embrace and move in the uniqueness of our design.

We have decided that being “a peculiar people is fun!” And we will embrace this uniqueness with exuberant joy!

We have decided that Revival is not an event but rather a lifestyle.

We have decided that nothing short of His Kingdom come, His will be done in our world as it is in Heaven will satisfy. We want to see Heaven invade the Earth!