Our mission is to make disciples for the glory of God. The chief motive for all Christians is to glorify God in all things (1 Cor 10:31). The chief means by which we glorify God is by making disciples of Christ. Jesus commissioned his church to make disciples, meaning individuals who become Christians, and then grow to look more like Him in their lives. Scripture reveals that becoming like Christ was God's plan for us before all eternity (Rom 8:28-29).
How do we specifically accomplish this task? When we examine the New Testament, we identify five distinct ministries of the church. The five ministries, individually and collectively, revolve around the mission of the church, to make disciples for the glory of God. Discipleship is at the heart of every activity. Below you'll find those five distinctives that we do as a church to fulfill our mission of Making Disciples for the Glory of God.