What we believe to be true
We are meant to live imperfectly beyond ourselves.
When we freely give ourselves, we believe this is when we find life. As we surrender our pursuit of "me", and instead bear the burdens of the least, the lost, and the forgotten, something incredible happens—we share in a transformation of life with each other, our neighbors next door, and around the world.
We believe God has a gospel message for his people, and it is far more likely to show up wearing rags than a suit and a tie. It is far more likely to come through the voiceless and the vulnerable than those who move in place of power and influence. It's more capably seen in a sack lunch given to a hungry child than the slickest worship service. At least that's the way Jesus sees it.
We believe He has blessed us to be a blessing through our simple acts of sacrifice to the poor.
We believe we are called to feed, clothe, shelter, defend and empower the vulnerable.
And we believe God is with us as we are with them.