Our Vision

Faith Life has a passion to see people excel in every area of their lives.  As we declare Jesus, the Christ as the Head of the Church and the manifested Word of God, we are committed to teaching  the Word of God with simplicity and understanding.  It is also our heart’s desire to ensure that people from all walks of life understand, receive, and walk in the power and the love of God that has been made available to them through our Lord Jesus Christ. This will ultimately equip them to take the uncompromised Word of God to the world (i.e. their neighborhoods, communities, cities, counties and regions.)  Our desire is to fully preach the Gospel of the Kingdom to every creature, break the powers of darkness & the devil, and set all the captives free!


Our Mission

The mission of Faith Life is to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom throughout the world, to train and equip believers to live life independently of this world’s system and to have dominion over it.  The fulfillment of this mission takes place when believers begin to gain understanding of their covenant rights and benefits and take their rightful place in their generations as kings and priests in the marketplace and in ministry for God’s glory.  These kingdom leaders will then use Godly principles to flourish in business and in the churches.  They will also carry a passion to train and equip others to fulfill their God-given destinies, as well. Then all the generations will be blessed and equipped to have a successful future!


Our Values

In order to develop your spiritual character, we encourage you to begin by identifying the core values of this church. The following are the values we embrace:


Understanding the Word Wisdom is the principal thing: therefore get wisdom and with your getting, get understanding! (Prov. 4:7; Prov. 3:13). The informational and revelatory aspect of our core values is that we will always strive to “understand” the information we receive and get revelation about God, His Word and why we do the things that we do.


Building Relationships– The Church must be filled with loving relationships and friendships. (Prov. 18:24; John 15:12-15; Psa. 133:1-3) It is critical that we have good relationships upon which we can build our local church family.


Becoming God Pleasers– What matters most is living life as God pleasers. (Heb. 10:38; Heb 11:6) Through dedicational attendance and service at church, we can become all that God has called us to be.


 Valuing People– The attitudinal aspect of our core values is that we will value people for who they are, not for what they do.  (Matt 25:40; Matt. 5:3 – 12)