“The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me,
Because the Lord has anointed me
To bring good news to the afflicted;
He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,
To proclaim liberty to captives
And freedom to prisoners;
To proclaim the favorable year of the Lord…”
Isaiah 61:1-2
Our Mission
Rescue the lost with the Love of God
Repair the broken with the Hope of God
Ready all for the Purposes of God

Our Vision

We seek to know Jesus Christ and to make Him known.
 A Praying Community
We envision our church to be a praying community.  Where people encounter the Lord Jesus through a vibrant, powerful, effective, consistent, and persistent praying ministry that will have a global impact, both in the people that are prayed for and in the people that join with us in prayer. We seek to exemplify and fulfill Jesus’ statement, “My house shall be called a house of prayer.”
Holy Spirit led and empowered
We envision our church to be a Holy Spirit led, empowered, and dependent church. We recognize that apart from the person, presence, and power of the Holy Spirit, the ministry of our church will not be effective for the work that God has called us to do.
The Gospel is proclaimed
We envision our church to be a place where the Gospel, the good news of God’s salvation, is both declared and demonstrated to everyone we meet. We envision tens of thousands of people coming to know Jesus through the ministry of Resurrection Church, and over a million people around the world whose lives will be impacted through the presentation of the Gospel, the teaching and preaching of the Bible, and the practical demonstration of the love of Christ.
The Bible is taught
We understand that the knowledge of the Bible is in great need. Therefore, we envision our church to be a place where the Lord Jesus is exalted; where the Bible, is faithfully, deeply, thoroughly, and practically taught.  We seek to teach and emphasize the transforming power of His word, the wonders of His grace, and the depths of His love.
Healing, Hope, and Help
We envision to be a place where the broken and hurting receive healing; where the rejected receive love and acceptance; where the hopeless will find hope; where those in spiritual prisons will find freedom; where the discouraged will find encouragement; and where the aimless will find purpose.
God’s love, joy and grace
We envision a church that is known as a place of genuine love and abundant joy; a place where the downcast and mournful will find gladness and comfort; where the conflicted will find peace; where God’s goodness and grace are discovered, declared, praised and celebrated.
Loving relationships
We envision a church that is more concerned with filling lives than with filling seats. We envision a church that, Lord willing, would grow large, but not lose a small church feel. We envision a place where lifelong relationships are started, a place where everyone feels and is treated like family: living, loving, learning, and laughing together as a family.
Equipping for God’s purposes
We envision a church that focuses on equipping every believer for a significant ministry, by helping and encouraging them to find and fulfill the gifts, calling, talents, and purpose to which God has called them. We seek to develop people into spiritual maturity through Bible studies, small groups, mentorships, seminars, interaction with other ministries, and retreats.
Making disciples
We envision a church that partners with other like-minded churches and ministries in fulfilling the great commission and making disciples.
Sending and Supporting Missions
We envision a church that trains, sends out, and supports hundreds of missionaries every year, both for short-term trips and long-term commitments to countries all over the world. We also envision partnering with and helping existing missionaries.
Church planting
We envision a church that plants churchs in cities and states around the country. We envision helping to equip and train those who have been called to start a ministry of their own and to maintain a healthy relationship and be a source of encouragement for those daughter churches.