To share the Gospel and Love of Christ to First Responders and their families.
To offer discipleship, fellowship and service opportunities to First Responder families that are real, relevant and relational.
To encourage First Responders to remain steadfast to their calling and profession while remaining faithful to God and
To equip First Responders and their families to be mentally, physically and spiritually prepared for service to God, Family and Community.
To promote solidarity and camaraderie among Christian First Responders and to encourage and support the witnessing of salvation and life through Jesus Christ... Community.
To bridge the gap between Church, Community and the First Responder Culture.
To communicate the spiritual and emotional needs of First Responder families to the Church and Community.
To instruct in the area of personal evangelism and discipleship. Every believer is a disciple who makes other disciples.
God the Father is the Creator of Heaven and Earth. God eternally exists in three persons; Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of God. He came from Heaven to Earth to show us the way of life that leads to the Father. He died on the cross for the sins of man. He arose from the dead after three days and ascended to Heaven where He now sits on the right hand of the Father interceding for us all.
The Holy Spirit is alive and working in the world and the lives of Christ Followers the world over. The Holy Spirit leads us as promised in conviction, purpose and power.
The Bible is God's Word to us... inspired by God, infallible and penned by men inspired by the Holy Spirit.
Salvation is given freely to those who repent and place their faith in Jesus Christ as the Forgiver and Leader... Lord and Savior of their lives. There is no other way to be saved than through Jesus Christ.
By His stripes, we receive Divine Healing.
Eternal Life is the Gift of God. Hell is the eternal punishment for the wicked. Heaven and hell are real places of eternal existence.
These are simple beliefs. Jesus never intended for religion
to be hard or complicated.
Keep your faith simple and always look to Jesus,
the Author and Finisher of our faith.