Our vision is to glorify God through our love for Jesus as we make disciples of all nations and as we multiply new congregations that hold to the practice of the early church. Contact us for our Tucker meeting location this coming week!

  • Biblical Inerrancy
  • Smaller by Design
  • Relaxed Atmosphere
  • The Doctrines of Grace
  • New Covenant Theology
  • Family-Integrated Meetings
  • Historic Christian Orthodoxy
  • Relationships over Programs
  • Focused on Making Disciples
  • Original Early Church Practices
  • Complementarian Gender Roles
  • In-depth Dialogical Bible Teaching
  • Elder-Led Congregational Consensus
  • Lord's Supper Weekly as a Fellowship Meal


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  • The created order around us proves the Creator’s existence. The death and decay seen in nature signal that something is terribly wrong between God and man. The world is under a curse.
  • The problem is that all of us have broken God’s standards, thus rebelling against God’s authority.
  • The penalties for breaking God’s standards are physical death and then eternal separation from God.  This eternal separation will be like putting one’s hand in a fire and holding it there.
  • There is no way that anyone on his own can avoid this penalty. In and of ourselves, we are utterly helpless.
  • Because of our helplessness, God (who is rich in mercy) actually became a man (Jesus) and walked among us.  He lived a perfect life and then paid the penalties Himself, substituting His own life and suffering torment and death in man’s place.  Jesus did this so that mankind can escape the penalty of our wrong-doing and have a relationship with God.  As proof of His payment of the penalty He rose again from the dead.
  • God Himself rescued man from eternal destruction, and offers this rescue as a free gift to whomever will trust Him alone for rescue, believing that Jesus rose from the grave and worshiping the God‑man as his God. A desire to obey His standards is evidence that a person truly believes in and worships Jesus.
  • Although we will all still die, we, like the God‑man, will be raised from the dead.
  •  To learn more about our God and how to know Him personally, we suggest you read the Gospel of John in the New Testament.