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IDENTITY (Christ):

We believe that Jesus alone is the source of purpose and meaning in our lives. The
Bible provides the blueprint for how we are to live in every aspect of the word. God has given us
the blessing and responsibility to take the truth of the gospel to the world, starting with our
community. (Matthew 28:19-20)

Our aim in ministry is to empower the church to engage their world for the kingdom of God.

The foundation of the church is
IDENTITY, because we hold that salvation is the transformation of the person as a new creation in Christ. (2 Corinthians 5:17) Jesus is the only true solution to the pains of this world.

MISSION (Church):

As the Church, we are tasked with a purpose that is higher than ourselves. Everyone
wants to be part of something greater than themselves. We also keep the focus of the Church
outward, not inward. We hold the MISSION of our Church to equip, correct, and train people to
do ministry at all times. (2 Timothy 3:16-17) Our world is in pain and the gospel of Jesus is the cure.


The most powerful part of this equation comes in the APPLICATION of your role as the
Church. Jesus clearly described the critical need for us to Do what we Hear (or read). Christ
saves, the church equips, and the people go out into their world to tell the Good News. You are
unique and God has a unique call on your life that you are meant to fulfill. (Ephesians 2:10) We believe that the fundamental needs of every person are met through the gospel lived out each



The symbol BP and T bring the representation of the name of the church, in the center, the Icon of the Cross was made through the letter T, it has the meaning of identity* and Christ in the center of everything.

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The circle brings the meaning of application**, mission and community**

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IDENTITY (Up arrow):


Who we are in found in  Christ alone. This is far greater than I am a Man, Woman, Doctor, Bodybuilder, or wherever we look to answer this question.  Ephesians 2:4-7