Kingdom State’s Timeless Values
Believing that God is the creator of all things, we too believe that a relationship with God informs our views of all things. Thus providing a believer with a biblical/Christian worldview (John 1:1-3, 14).
We believe that God clearly explains the consequences of a life in Him and a life apart from Him. It is our desire to present, evangelize and preach the full gospel so that others are capable of making informed decisions. (Deut. 30:15-16; Rom. 6:23)
We desire to be a church that lives out the great commission by incorporating discipleship into the life of the ministry – teaching, training and equipping spiritual seekers into fruitful relationships with Christ. We believe that discipleship is imperative to the health of the local church the body of Christ at large.
The ability to take someone from spiritual infancy to spiritual maturity ushers one into a Christian worldview and equips them to live a life consistent with a professed faith in Christ Jesus and disciple others on their respective spiritual journeys. (Matthew 28:18-20)
While still holding true to the beliefs of Christian faith, value is placed on higher learning, thus Sunday services mirror a college classroom in which relevant messages are presented so that theology intersects culture.
True love is inspirational. When giving, activities, expressions and speech are undergirded by love, inspiration toward Christ is appropriate fruit. In other words, when everything we do is rooted in love, God’s blessing is on it.
Our desire is to inspire spiritual seekers toward Jesus by being a community of believers, unified by love, hope and faith in Jesus.
Community is attractive. It always grabs the hearts of those who observe. Jesus promised that the world would understand the gospel because of the love and unity of the believers
Christian community is a statement of the gospel in the culture. (John 13:35; 17:21-23)