Mission & Vision

Go therefore and make disciples...


Our mission reflects, in a very simple statement, both the mission of Jesus to ‘seek and to save that which is lost’ (Luke 19:10) and the command he gave us to ‘Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature’ (Mark 16:15)

The Mission

The Vision

The mission of Abundant Life Apostolic Church is simply stated, Learn.  Live.  Love.  We know that every soul is in a different place of understanding and learning in regards to God’s Word and His message of salvation, and we strive to give every person an opportunity to continue to learn as much as they can about God’s Word and His instruction for us.  We know from humanity that life can be challenging, sometimes painful and often overwhelming.  It’s our sincere desire to show people that they can experience a new, fulfilling and abundant life simply by living for God in every way they can.  We also know that this world can often be very short on true, meaningful love for one another so we strive to reflect and teach the type of unconditional, forgiving love that Jesus has given us.  Through this simple formula of Learn, Live and Love, we continue to help hungry souls that desperately need a fresh start, a new lease on life and a hope of salvation, ‘that they might have life, and have it more abundantly’ (John 10:10)
At Abundant Life, our vision reflections the mission in action:  Encouraging every soul to Learn about Jesus, live for Jesus and Love like Jesus, preparing for His soon return.  This vision statement encapsulates the complete message that Jesus embodied throughout His ministry.  Learning is critical to truly understanding and accurately following His direction for Christian living.  Living for Jesus is critical if we are to remain on the right path, fulfill the great commission and receive the promise of His reward (Colossians 3:23-24).  Loving like Jesus is the most important of all. (1 Corinthians 13:13).  The bible tells us that God is love and that we are to love one another as He loved us.  (1 John 4:11).  Jesus commanded that we love one another as He loves us and love our neighbors as ourselves. (John 13:34; John 15:12; James 2:8).   Without this kind of love, we are simply not Christians and have no claim to His promises.  In fulfilling these commands, we can both prepare ourselves and those we impact for Jesus’ soon return.  (1 Corinthians 15:51-53; 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18; Mark 13:24-27).

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