We are all relational beings with a desire to know and be known by others and our Creator. This Creator of the universe has revealed Himself to us through His Son, Jesus Christ. Fully knowing the depth of our sin, He still chose to fully pursue and love us through His life, death, and resurrection. Jesus not only rescued and redeemed a people for His glory, but also adopting them into His family and inviting them into the joy of knowing Him and making Him known. The way we reflect those realities here at Redeemer Church is by being a Gospel-Centered, Missional Family.
We desire to center our lives on the good news of the person and work of Jesus Christ and know how this reality transforms our hearts, motives, and everyday life rhythms.
We desire to center our lives on the the good news of the person and work of Jesus Christ and know how this reality transforms our hearts, motives, and everyday life rhythms. The New Testament paints a picture of the church as a people, not just an event. Therefore, we feel it is vitally important to center our lives on Jesus and allow Him to form us into a community – a family of people on mission.
We are a very simple church, and we do not want to overload your calendar with church activities. But we do want to help you worship and enjoy God in all that you do. As we gather on Sundays, gather in our Gospel Communities and scatter in our normal life rhythms, we want to help you go deeper in applying the gospel and living missionally in everyday life. In fancier words, we do not want to be an attractional church where the “professionals” are the only ones capable of ministry, but as ambassadors of Christ, we want to be incarnational and embody in flesh this good news to our neighbors and show how it changes everything.
Jesus is worthy of praise from all peoples. We want the joy of participating in His mission. Whether it is our children or our oldest adults, we want them to get joyfully caught up in something bigger than their own kingdom. A unique vision we have at Redeemer is to actively model this by seeking to plant other churches.
By the grace of God, we are on track to plant 20 churches domestically and send out 20 long-term international teams by the year 2020.
By the grace of God, we are on track to plant 20 churches domestically and send out 20 long-term international teams by the year 2020. Through this strategy of churches planting churches, we seek to reproduce and be faithful to the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) by expanding His Kingdom to the ends of the earth. We currently have church planting teams in Texas, Oklahoma, Salt Lake City, and in the 10/40 Window (the most unreached places in the world).
Read more for detailed explanations of what we mean by certain theological words and missional rhythms, which our leaders go over extensively during our Gospel & Membership Class.