Acts 4:32 “The whole congregation of believers was united as one-one heart, one mind! They didn’t even claim ownership of their own possessions. No one said, ‘That’s mine, you can’t have it.’ They shared everything.”
I see a community that is vibrant, alive, and powerful; Full of hungry and thirsty people desiring more of God: His word, His presence, His direction.
I see a community filled with all races, colors, and ages; People longing to be family, to be friends, to be loved and to love; Young learning from the aged and the aged lifted by the youth.
I see a community that is fulfilling the ministry that Jesus left to be finished; An organism that reaches into the darkness, to the wretched, to the lost; To bring hope, to bring sight, to bring life.
I see a community that is filled with leaders reaching into all fields of business; Creating and inventing, organizing and streamlining; Administrating out of the wisdom of the master craftsman.
I see a community erupting with an uncontrollable desire to reach the world; Where missions is a mandate and financing the kingdom is a high calling.
I see a community filled with worship and adoration to the King of Kings; A ministry so passionate about praise and contagiously anointed that new songs spill forth out the reservoir of God-moment experiences.
I see a community where the prophetic is present and the supernatural is obtainable; Where the miraculous is commonplace but never common.
I see a community filled with laughter, with tears of joy, with healing and restoration; A place where the heart of God is revealed and where His pleasure rests.
– Pastor Steve Crowder, 2007