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Rest. Restore. Renew.

Experiencing our Savior’s Love

Rest. Restore. Renew.

Experiencing our Savior’s Love

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Resting in the Love of Jesus Christ

We believe that the center of the Christian life is not what we can do for God but resting in what God has done for us.

Yet our hearts have desperately attempted to find our approval and identity through how well we perform—whether for God or for this world.  We have become weary and exhausted.  Jesus has come to bring us rest.

He calls us to rest in His finished work of salvation, and to rest in God‘s unconditional love and acceptance that alone satisfies our weary souls.  The striving is over.

God really does love us!

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Resting in the Love of Jesus Christ

We believe that the center of the Christian life is not what we can do for God but resting in what God has done for us.

Yet our hearts have desperately attempted to find our approval and identity through how well we perform—whether for God or for this world.  We have become weary and exhausted.  Jesus has come to bring us rest.

He calls us to rest in His finished work of salvation, and to rest in God‘s unconditional love and acceptance that alone satisfies our weary souls.  The striving is over.

God really does love us!

Restoring Authentic Relationships

We believe that we were made for authentic relationship— with God and one another. We bear the relational image of our Triune God— Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

When sin entered the world, shame, fear, and selfishness flooded our relationships and left them broken. Endless attempts to hide from and perform for God and one another became the norm.

However, Jesus came to restore broken and difficult relationships. Grace and forgiveness flow as we rest in His love for us. In Christ, we can now experience honest relationships of healing, love, acceptance, and belonging.

We really do belong!

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Restoring Authentic Relationships

We believe that we were made for authentic relationship— with God and one another. We bear the relational image of our Triune God— Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

When sin entered the world, shame, fear, and selfishness flooded our relationships and left them broken. Endless attempts to hide from and perform for God and one another became the norm.

However, Jesus came to restore broken and difficult relationships. Grace and forgiveness flow as we rest in His love for us. In Christ, we can now experience honest relationships of healing, love, acceptance, and belonging.

We really do belong!

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Renewed by the Spirit’s Power

We believe that the Christian life is a dependent life. The love of Jesus is so good that those changed by it cannot contain it within themselves. This love overflows as we are renewed by the Holy Spirit‘s power.

But loving, serving, and sharing Christ with others does not come from our best efforts and abilities.

It is the Spirit working in and through us that fulfills God‘s calling for our lives. Our God is faithful. He is present.

It is the Spirit’s power at work in us!

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Renewed by the Spirit’s Power

We believe that the Christian life is a dependent life. The love of Jesus is so good that those changed by it cannot contain it within themselves. This love overflows as we are renewed by the Holy Spirit‘s power.

But loving, serving, and sharing Christ with others does not come from our best efforts and abilities.

It is the Spirit working in and through us that fulfills God‘s calling for our lives. Our God is faithful. He is present.

It is the Spirit’s power at work in us!