Helping people change the way they think about God and what it means to be a follower of Jesus.

When Jesus commanded his disciples to go make more disciples it is important to ask the question, “What kind of disciple were they to make”? The answer in part lies in recognising whose disciples they were – disciples of Jesus (relationship), not disciples of the institution (religion).

Jesus described what making disciples looked like as “teaching them to obey all that I have commanded you”. As such we believe that healthy disciples of Jesus practice the reality of those who live from a posture of belonging, acceptance and favour rather than working to achieve what they have already received in Christ. Such disciples are learning to see themselves as God sees them in Christ as they respond to His calling upon their lives and pursue the divine assignments He has for each of them.

We recognise that as disciples of Jesus we are all on a journey. We have not yet ‘arrived’ or become perfect. However, He is committed to the process of shaping us, until the day we meet Him face-to-face.

(Matthew 28:19-20; 2 Corinthians 2:14-15; 2 Timothy 2:2; Philippians 1:6)