We Value Simplicity, Authenticity, & Replication.
Jesus meets you where you right where you are, but refuses to leave you there. His invitation is one to come and die to the emptiness that lies in our hearts, and live for and be satisfied by something much greater than yourself. We desire to be the hands and feet of Jesus. We want to invite you into a life that's bigger than yourself. Knowing and loving Jesus outshines all the worries and cares of the world. However, walking with Jesus isn't something we do alone- our life is lived in the context of community. Our mission is an invitation to life abundant. The abundant life is found when our identity is secure and our purpose clear. Knowing and being known by God fills every empty hole in our hearts, which results in us treasuring Christ above all other things. Once you have had this experience, there's nothing sweeter than inviting others to walk with you in your victories, your joys, and your struggles. As you do this, others will follow you and begin to taste that abundant life for themselves.
"For all the promises of God find their 'Yes' in Jesus!" -2 Corinthians 1:20.
Jesus is the center of satisfaction for your soul. He is the peace in every hurt. He is the strength for each circumstance. Turning your eyes to Jesus isn't a dutiful work, but a joyful journey. It begins the moment you see him rightly. There is no higher calling and no loftier pursuit than that of the Jesus. Many in history lost their lives rather than renounce their faith. Why would anyone do that? Because they found something greater than anything this world could provide. Maybe you can find it too!
"What you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also." -2 Timothy 2:2.
We all start our walks towards Christianity at different points. Some of us know many things about Jesus while others have never set foot in a church. The process of making disciples means starting where you are. The joy found in Jesus is a journey, and many times we need people to walk with us in that journey. No need to try to impress, just start walking and find something real! Who knows... one day you may help someone on their journey as well.
CENTERPOINT CORE BELIEFS
As we make it our aim to Treasure Christ and Make Disciples, there are four core principles that pave the way. It is through these avenues that we can taste Christ the most sweetly and make disciples the most effectively. Click below on any core belief to learn the important role it plays in accomplishing our mission.