More conversations as we take a Deeper Dive into our Countercultural Convictions Series
In a world that is often focused on accumulating wealth and material goods, we believe that we are called to follow Jesus in a path of self-denial and generous giving — of our time, talent, and treasure.
In a world that wants to help the poor, but only from a safe and comfortable distance, we believe that we are called to embody Christ’s kingdom through concrete acts of compassion, tangible ministries of mercy, and prophetic witnesses of justice.
In a world that sees gender as a fluid social construct, we believe that biological sex (male and female) is created by God and gender identity should be understood and expressed within one’s biological sex.
In a world of rampant tribalism, where Christians are often tempted either to conform to secular culture or to seclude from it, we believe that we should engage our world with conviction and civility, truth and grace, steel spines and soft hearts.