WE DESIRE TO
To respond to and proclaim God’s covenant of redeeming grace fulfilled in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We are committed to a high view of the Bible, preaching, the church, the sacraments (baptism and the Lord’s Supper), prayer, and fellowship.
We are committed to worship that is God-centered, believer-oriented, and sensitive to the needs of those who do not yet know Christ, while maintaining that the One to whom we should be most sensitive in worship is our triune God.
We are committed to being a church that appreciates and employs the best traditions of the church while appropriating the best contemporary gifts God has given to his people.
To equip children, teenagers, adults to love each other deeply and live freely in the light of God’s redeeming grace.
We are committed to the belief that small groups of various kinds are the most effective tool for education, care, and assimilation into the local church.
We are committed to providing intentional pastoral care to every member of our church.
We are committed to fellowship and ministry that includes the various “
To love deeply and live freely in Bentonville/Bella Vista, throughout Northwest Arkansas and the U.S., as well as around the world.
We are committed to the nurture and building up of our members to be a voice of righteousness in the community, and to seek ways of loving our neighbor and exposing the unchurched to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We are committed to being a hospitable people, opening our homes not only to each other but particularly our neighbors.
We are committed to planting local churches to advance His Kingdom and glorify His name.
We are committed to supporting local, national and international missionaries and other gospel endeavors.
Our freedom is in Christ and in Christ alone (Galatians 5:1).
Our freedom allows us to strive to please God in all things (Romans 14:23).
Our freedom allows us to say no more and more to sin and live more and more unto righteousness (Romans 6).
Our freedom allows us to love and serve our neighbor (Galatians 5:13-15).