Summit is a congregation rooted in the love of God and dedicated to worldwide transformation through revival. It’s our goal for God’s love to be manifest in signs, wonders and miracles. The atmosphere at Summit is charged with faith and exuberant joy,
which manifests in all we do.
We believe we’re on the edge of the greatest revival of all time.
It’s our vision to see history become His-story as the kingdom of this world becomes the kingdom of our God. We welcome you to join us in this adventure!


our Mission: Revival

Our mission can be summed up in one word; Revival.
Revival is the transformation of individuals, regions and the world by the manifest presence of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Our Vision || E.A.T.

E.A.T. || Encounter God, Activate God’s people, Transform the culture.

Our vision is having an encounter with God where we become an encounter for everyone we come in contact with so that they have an encounter.

Our vision is a fully activated body of Christ, the Church, touching the world doing the works Jesus did and even greater through signs, wonders, and miracles

Our vision is a culture transformed by Jesus’ manifest Presence, changed from the kingdoms of this world to the kingdom of our God.

Our Beliefs…

there is only one true God who is eternal King, Creator and Redeemer of all that is. He is perfectly holy, just, loving and truthful. He has revealed himself to be eternally self-existent – one being in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
The Bible is the inspired and only infallible and authoritative Word of God.
Humankind was created in the image of God to know and enjoy Him, yet we willfully rejected the Lordship and glory of God for which we were intended.
Because of this, sickness, death and judgement entered the world and now creation experiences the effects and consequences of sin.
The Lord Jesus Christ, the one and only begotten Son of God, was conceived of the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, and is God’s Anointed One, empowered by the Holy Spirit to inaugurate God’s Kingdom on earth. He was crucified for our sins, died, was buried, resurrected and ascended to Heaven, and is now alive today in the presence of God the Father and in His people here on earth. He is “true God” and “true man.”
We are saved by God’s grace, through faith in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Anyone can be restored to fellowship with God through repenting, believing and receiving Jesus as their Savior and Lord. The Holy Spirit convicts, regenerates, justifies and adopts us as we enter the Kingdom of God as His sons and daughters.
in the sanctifying power of the Holy Spirit, by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a holy life and minister supernaturally. The baptism of the Holy Spirit, according to Acts 1:4-8 and 2:4, is poured out on believers that they might have God’s power to be witnesses.
The victorious redemptive work of Christ on the cross provides freedom from the power of the enemy – sin, lies, sickness and torment.
The Church consists of all who put their faith in Jesus Christ. He gave His church ordinances of Baptism and Communion. The Church exists to carry on the ministry of Jesus Christ and further advance His Kingdom by undoing the works of the enemy, preaching and living the good news of God’s love, discipling nations, baptizing and teaching them to love and obey God.
In the ever-increasing government of God, and in the Blessed Hope which is the glorious visible return of the Lord Jesus Christ to rule and reign with His overcoming bride – the church.
Heaven and Hell are real places. There will be a resurrection of the saved and the lost, the one to everlasting life, and the other to everlasting death.

Our Core Values


Jesus reveals the love and priorities of the Father in His ministry and sacrifice – He is perfect theology. (Hebrews 1:2-3; Colossians 1:19, 2:9; John 1:1,18, 3:16-17, 14:6-7, 8:1-11,19)

The enemy comes to steal, kill, and destroy, but Jesus comes to destroy demonic works and give us abundant life. (John 10:9-11; 1 John 3:8; Matthew 9:11-13)

God describes Himself as gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love. God is good and, by nature, in a good mood. (Psalms 103:8-14; Numbers 14:18; Zephaniah 3:17; Galatians 5:22-23; Matthew 7:11; Exodus 34:5-7)

God is good regardless of our circumstances (Nahum 1:7; Romans 5:8, 8:28-32; James 1:17)

God is generous. As we remember and retell what He has done in testimonies, He’s able and eager to do it again. (John 3:16; Revelation 12:11, 19:10; Joshua 4:1-9)

What Does that mean?

God is for us. He chose to redeem us from our sin. (Psalms 139:7; Romans 5:8, 8:30-32; 2 Corinthians 5:19)

God is not mad at us. (Hebrews 1:9; John 10:10; Romans 14:17-18; Psalms 30:11-12; Zephaniah 3:17; Isaiah


God’s desire is to prosper us in every area of our lives: physically, mentally, spiritually, emotionally and vocationally. (Isaiah 26:3; John 10:10; Luke 9:6, 56; Romans 5:8, 8:1; 3 John 1:2; Genesis 12:1-3; Jeremiah 29:11)

God does not cause sickness to teach people lessons or punish them. Jesus is our New Covenant model as He healed all the sick people He encountered. (Matthew 4:23, 8:2-3; Acts 10:38)

We live from the premise that God wants to save, heal and deliver everyone. (2 Peter 3:9; Ephesians 1:4-6; Romans 1:18-21; Matthew 4:23-24, 8:1-3, 8:16-17, 9:35, 14:34-36; Mark 6:56; Luke 9:11; Acts 10:38; 1 John 3:8)

We’re Not Saying…

…God will always bless our decisions. We can do whatever we want and God will never judge us. (Prov. 8:13;

Heb. 10:26; 2 Tim. 2:19; 2 Cor. 5:10; Heb. 9:27; Gal. 5:13-24)

…God doesn’t get hurt by our actions and will never confront us on our sin. (Eph. 4:30; 1 Thess. 5:19; Matt.

15:13; John 15:2)

…everyone will make it into heaven. (Matt. 7:21-23; Luke 13:27)

…if we are not healed it is because God doesn’t love us or we lacked faith. (Matt. 4:23; Matt. 12:15; John 9:1-3; John 11:4; Acts 10:38)

…God puts sickness on people to teach them lessons or to punish them. (Matt. 8:2-3; Acts 10:38)

…our lives are always going to be easy and there will be no trials. (John 16:33; Phil. 3:10; Rom. 8:31-39; Ps. 34:19; James 1:2-4)


Jesus has won absolute victory! We are forgiven and freed from the enemy’s power of sin, sickness, lies and torment, so now we operate in the power of righteousness, healing, truth and joy! (Rom. 6:4; Rom. 8:1-4; Rom. 8:14-16; 2 Cor. 5:17; Gal. 2:20)

We are adopted as royalty into God’s family and commanded to help others be reconciled to God and come “home.” (John 1:12; Rom. 8:14-16; 2 Cor. 5:18-21)

We are simultaneously servants, children, and trusted friends of our Lord (Matt. 23:10-12; John 15:15; John 1:12)

We are new creations, not merely “sinners saved by grace,” but saints who have been given His righteousness.

(2 Cor. 5:17; 2 Cor. 5:21; Rom. 1:17; Rom. 3:28; Rom. 8:29-30)


We are saints, not sinners, and we are sanctified. We no longer live under shame or condemnation. (Rom. 8:1- 4; Rom. 8:34; 1 Cor. 1:30; Gal. 2:20; Rom. 3:24; 1 John 4:17; Rom. 8:29-30)

Freedom, blessing and an abundant life are available to us NOW. (John 10:10; Matt. 6:33; Mark 10:29-30; Prov. 3:9-10; I John 4:18; 2 Tim. 1:7; Phil. 4:8)

God doesn’t remember our sins or hold them against us. We are not who our past says we are. (Rom 8:1-2; Heb. 9:26; Ps. 103:12; Mic. 7:19; 1 John 1:9; Acts 3:19; Rom. 6:4; 2 Cor. 5:17; Gal. 3:13-14)

We have been given authority and access to God’s resources for the sake of the world. (2 Cor. 5:17; Eph. 1:5- 14; Matt. 28:18-19)

We are transported into another Kingdom, and we live from heaven towards earth. (Eph. 2:5-7; 1 John 4:17; Col. 1:13; Col. 3:2; Ps. 121:1-2)

Our new norm is to hunger and thirst for His righteousness to be revealed in the earth. (Ps. 1:1, Matt. 5:6, 2 Cor. 5:17)

God has given us joy greater than any circumstances we face. (Is. 54:1; Neh. 8:10; Heb. 12:2)

We renew our minds continually with God by believing and declaring His promises. We receive “grace” into our

lives through “impartations” from other believers. (Rom. 12:2; 2 Cor. 1:20; Joel 3:10; Matt. 10:41; Acts 13:3; 1 Tim. 4:14; 2 Tim. 1:6)


…we are too “royal” to serve. (Matt. 20:28; Mark 9:35, 10:42-45)

…there is no process, renewing of our mind, seeking after God or going from glory to glory. (Matt. 6:32-33;

Rom. 12:2; Phil. 3:12-14)

…”sin is not that big a deal”, and we don’t have to repent if we sin. (James 5:16; 1 John 1:8-9; Acts 5:1-11; Heb.

10:26-31; Luke 11:4; 1 John 2:1; James 5:16)

…we can have and do whatever we want because our actions have no effect on our relationship with God or His

will in this world. (Prov. 15:9; Prov. 8:13; Rom. 6:1-2; 1 Cor. 8:9; Eph. 5:15-21; Gal. 5:13-25)

…we are Jesus. (Matt. 24:4-5; Col. 2:6-12; John 5:21; Rom 8:10-11)

…we don’t feel godly conviction, and we don’t have consequences or messes to clean up when we sin. (2 Cor.

7:9-10; Rom. 6:1; Luke 19:8-9)

…our past is completely evil and has no evidence of God’s goodness. (Ps. 16:6; Rom. 11:29; Rom. 8:28)

…we have already attained perfection, and there is no room for us to grow. (Phil. 3:12-15; 1 Cor. 13:12)


We experience both the astounding and undeserved love God has for us as well as His ongoing power to transform us. His transforming love and power are inseparable from one another. (John 3:16-17; Eph. 1:4-5;Rom. 5:6-11; Heb. 1:1-3)

God scandalously loves His “lost” creation and extends grace, empowering believers to love Him and others at a higher standard than the law. (Rom. 5:7-8; 2 Cor. 5:14-18; Rom. 6:11-14; Matt. 5.21-28)

Deeply experiencing grace is key to overcoming sin and failure. The Father’s love keeps us from focusing on sin or hiding in shame if we fail. Grace teaches us righteousness. (Eph. 3:14-21; 2 Cor. 3:17-18; John 17:21-23)

Experiencing God’s generosity in grace breaks the mentality that “There won’t be enough” and moves us to be generous with all our resources just like our Father. (Rom. 8:31-32; Matt. 7:11; Jer. 29:11; 2 Cor. 9:6-7; Acts 2:44-45)


God eradicated our sinful nature, and our old life is completely dead. We are free and clothed in His righteousness. (Matt. 5:17-20; 2 Cor. 3:6; Phil. 3:9; 1 Cor. 10:23-24; Rom. 8:2; Gal. 2:20; Rom. 6:6)

God is always loving and passionate to fulfill His plan for our lives. (John 3:16; Phil. 2:13; Eph. 1:4; Rom 5:8, Rom. 8:39; 2 Pet. 3:9; 2 Tim. 2:13)

We grow into spiritual maturity when we allow His love and power to transform us. (Eph. 3:14-21; 1 Cor. 3:1-3; Rom. 12:2; Phil. 3:12)

We partner with the Holy Spirit to be changed and led into personal breakthrough. (Titus 2:11-13; Phil. 2:13; 1 Cor. 15:10; Eph. 1:4; Eph. 2:8-9; Rom. 12:2)

God’s love empowers us to live like Jesus in every circumstance. (Matt. 5:38-45; Rom. 8:38-39; 1 John 4:19; Eph. 3:16-19)

God has empowered us to live lives of Christ-like purity and holiness. (Matt. 5:27-28; 2 Tim. 1:9; 2 Cor. 12:9; 1 Cor. 10:13)

God has given us access to unlimited resources so that we can do His good works and change the world. (Matt. 28:18; Eph. 2:6; 1 John 4:17; Matt. 18:18; Eph. 2:4-10; Eph. 2:10; John 4:34; Rom. 8:29)

God’s grace empowers us to be unique, to dream and to create with Him. (Eph. 3:10-11; Rom. 8:19)


…we have already attained perfection, and there is no room for us to grow. (Phil. 3:12-15; 1 Cor. 13:12)

…we won’t be tempted into “old sinful habits.” (Mark 8:34-35; Gal. 5:24; 1 Cor. 10:13)

…we can be OK with sin remaining in our lives. (Gal. 5:13; Rom. 6:1-2)

…we don’t have to work hard because God does everything. (Titus. 2:11-13; Rom. 12:1-3; Matt. 28:19; Mark

16:15; Eph. 2:10; Phil. 2:12; Phil. 3:13-14)

…we don’t need to choose daily to live under heaven’s rule. (Heb. 10:26; Gal. 5:1; Heb. 6:4-6; 2 Pet. 2:20-21)

…everyone is saved, and there is no hell. (2 Cor. 5:10; Heb. 9:27; Matt. 25:31-46)

…our flesh, or our bodies are still evil. (Rom. 8:11; Rom. 6:12-13)

…we don’t have to steward or manage the resources and gifts we have. (Rom. 6:13; Col. 3:23-24; Matt. 25:14-



God delights in us and has always desired to be with us. We focus on His presence because we have discovered He is focused on us. (Eph. 1:4-5; Zeph. 3:17; John 6:44; Jer. 31:3; Ps. 65:4)

Our first ministry is to God. When we recognize Him, we are moved to worship with joyous passion and encounter Him in prayer, the Word, and fellowship throughout the day. (Ps. 27:4; Luke 10:42; James 4:8; Ps. 23:6; Ps. 23:6; Ps. 26:8; 1 Cor. 6:19-20, Ps. 1:1-3)

Purposely cultivating hunger for God’s manifest presence and openness to the Holy Spirit experiences deepens our friendship with God and the awareness that we carry His presence for the sake of the world. (Ps. 73:28; John 1:16; Ps. 107:9; Matt. 5:6; Is. 55:1-2; 1 Cor. 3:16)

As a lifestyle, we focus on Him while we minister and attempt to say what God is saying and do what He is doing. (John 5:19-20; 5:30; 12:49-50; 14:10; 1 John 4:16-17)


God has made us a dwelling place for His Spirit. (1 Cor. 6:19-20; 2 Tim. 1:14, Col 2:9-10)

As we draw near to God, He draws near to us. (James 4:8; Matt. 5:6; Matt. 6:33)

The Holy Spirit’s Presence motivates us towards loving and changing the world. (Matt. 28:18-20; Joel 2:28)

We are called to keep our awareness completely on God (face-to- face) and not allow anything else to come between Him and us. (Ex. 20:3; Phil. 4:8)

As we behold God, we are changed into His image. (2 Cor. 3:18; 2 Cor. 5:18-20)

We thrive when we continue in connection to Him. Our connection with God gives us His joy and strength. (Ps. 13:5; Heb. 1:9; John 15; Acts 17:28)

There is no divide between secular and sacred because His Kingdom is inside us wherever we go. (Josh. 1:3; Rev. 11:15)

God made the way for us to have intimacy with Him. (1 John 3:1; Rev 3:20)


…Christians should spend all of their time in private worship to God, disconnected from the real world. (Heb.

10:25; 1 Cor. 4:12; Gal. 6:10; Matt. 18:20)

…everything supernatural is from God. (1 John 4:1; Acts 13:6-12; Acts 16:16-18)

…physical manifestations are an indicator of how spiritually mature we are and accurately show the health of

our walk with Jesus. (1 Cor. 13:1-3 & 13; Matt. 7:21-23)

…we chase after manifestations because if we don’t, they won’t come to us. (1 Cor. 12:4-11; 1 Cor. 7:7; Eph.

4:7; Heb. 2:4)

…God’s presence is only in the church and not in the secular world. (Ps. 139:7-12; Matt. 5:44-45; Hab. 2:14;

Num. 14:21)

…the Holy Spirit leads us into a self-focused lifestyle. (Matt. 16:24-25; Luke 14:27; 1 Peter 2:21)

…we only worship God when we feel like it. (Ps. 42; Rom. 1:20-21; Matt. 22:37-38)


We are adopted into God’s family, so we intentionally create family and community wherever we go. (Eph. 2:19; Acts 2:44-47; Gal. 6:10; 1 Peter 2:17; Heb. 2:11)

We think like healthy family members by doing what’s best for the whole environment and submitting to one another and by not being selfish. (Eph. 5:21; Gal. 5:13; Phil. 2:3; Rom. 12:9-21)

We purposely grow our individual capacity to trust and be trusted in covenant relationships as we empower and confront one another to live out who we truly are. (Matt. 18:15; 1 Cor. 4:14-21; 1 Thess. 5:14)

We are loyal, and loyalty is demonstrated most radically when people fail. We don’t punish and abandon them to save face or convince the world that we hate sin, but work to see them restored. (Matt. 18:15; John 8:1-11; Gal. 6:1; Ps. 141:5; 1 Cor. 4:21)


God the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit have brought us into their intimacy and family. From their love and wisdom, we build healthy families and communities. (John 15:15-16a; Acts 2:44-47; Eph. 3:14-21; 1 John 3:1)

We believe that no one is created to walk alone and that people become most alive when planted in a healthy family. (Acts 2:1-2; Acts 4:23-31; Matt. 18:20; Eph. 3:14-20; Matt. 6:9; 1 Cor. 12:21-27)

The way we love people is a direct reflection of our true love for God. So, we live to make the world better for a generation we will never see. (Prov. 14:31; Matt. 10:42; Phil. 4:8; Matt. 25:45; Heb. 6:10)

I value and draw from the Holy Spirit’s gifts and graces in everyone’s lives, not just from my leaders. (Rom. 12:10; 1 Cor. 12)

We value and honor each other even when we disagree. It’s not about being right, but being understood. (Matt. 18:2-4; Rom. 12:4; 1 Pet. 2:17; Rom. 12:10; 1 Pet. 3:8; 1 Pet. 5:5; John 17:25-26)

We covenant with people, seeking their benefit in everything we do. We do nothing out of selfish ambition or gain. (Phil. 2:3-16; Rom. 12:10; Rom. 2:8, Eph. 5:21)

We are responsible when others in our family sin against us. We confront them based on: “You are way to cool to behave this way.” (2 Cor. 7:9-10; Eph. 2:10; Phil. 2:12; 1 Tim. 3:5)

No matter what people do, forgiveness is our standard. (Matt. 18:21; Luke 17:4)


…we are self-sufficient and we don’t need others. (Eccl. 4:9-12; Heb. 10:24-25; Matt. 18:20; Heb. 3:13; 1 Cor.


…all Christian communities are going to be a healthy families. (Gal. 6:1-2; 1 Cor. 5:6; 1 Cor. 4:14)

…we have to hate ourselves and love others. (Mark 12:31; Luke 5:16; Ps. 127:2; Jer. 29:11; 1 John 5:3)

…Christians don’t have to follow the rules and laws of secular society. (Rom. 13:6-7; Prov. 24:21; Daniel 2:21)

…children have a junior Holy Spirit. (Joel 2:28; Matt. 18:3; Luke 1:41)

…we don’t have any responsibility if fellow Christians sin against us. (Matt. 18:15-16; Matt. 18:21; Rom. 5:8)

…there isn’t a time when someone chooses not to be a part of healthy community. (Cor. 5:5-6; 2 Tim. 3:1-5;

Eph. 5:11; Rom. 16:17-19; Titus 3:9-10; Matt. 18:17)


The goal of Scripture is to bring us into relationship with the Author and transform us into His likeness. (Ps. 119:105; Matt. 4:4; 2 Cor. 3:15-18; 2 Tim. 3:15-17; James 1:22-25 )

We encounter God in the Word, and faith is released into our lives. As we study Scripture, it empowers us and instructs us on who God is, who we are and how He wants us to live. (Ps. 119:105; Matt. 7:24-28; John 8:31-32; John 17:17; Rom. 10:17; Rom. 15:4; 1 Cor. 10:1-13; 1 Thess. 2:13; Col. 3:15-17)

The Word of God is the source of infallible authority by which we judge all insight and prophetic revelation.

(Prov. 30:5-6; Matt. 22:29; John 8:31-32; Col. 1:6-9; 2 Thess. 2:13-15; 2 Tim. 3:15-17; 2 Peter 1:16-21)


The Bible should lead us to an ever-growing relationship with Jesus. (Job 42:5; John 1:14; John 14:6)

It is through relationship and empowerment by the Holy Spirit that we accurately experience and apply the Bible.

(John 16:12-15; 2 Cor. 3:6)

A Christian becomes alive, and should be transformed, when he hears and acts on the “now” words of God”

(Rom. 10:17; Heb. 4:2; Matt. 14:27-29; Is. 55:11)

God’s promises are always “yes and amen” for the believer in Christ. (2 Cor. 1:20)

When we declare God’s words, we release Him to transform the world. (Prov. 18:21; James 3:4; Joel 3:10; Is. 54:1; Mark 4:39; Acts 3:6-7)

Reading the Word in a Holy Spirit-filled community helps guard people from deception. (John 16:12-15; 1 Cor. 2:9-11; John 4:1; Matt. 7:15; 1 Cor. 12:10)

We need to keep listening and asking God questions because God can reveal more truth over time. (Gen. 22; Gen. 18:16-33; James 1:5; Matt. 7:7-12)

We interpret the Bible through the person of Jesus. (John 1:14; John 14:9; Col. 2:9; Heb. 1:3)


…God is absolutely boxed in by our current understanding of His Word. (Judges 16; John 8:1-11; Matt. 12:1-13)

…encountering God is more important than reading, studying and applying the Word. (2 Tim. 2:15; Rom. 6:13;

Prov. 22:29)

…it’s impossible for a Christian to be deceived. (Gal. 3:1; 1 John 4:1)

…we shouldn’t judge or question biblical truth. (1 John 4:1; Matt. 7:15-20)

…the devil can’t use Scripture to deceive a Christian. (James 2:19; Matt. 4:1-11)

…every word in the Bible should be applied directly. (2 Cor. 3:6; Matt. 5:30)


Jesus has invited us into a relationship. He said that His sheep would know His voice and that the Holy Spirit would teach us all things. It’s natural for God to communicate with His family and important for us to listen, look, and learn His language and ways. (Isaiah 50:4-5; Matt. 4:4; John 10:26-28, 14:25, 16:13; Acts 2:17; 1 John 2:27; Num. 11:29)

Scripture calls us to earnestly desire the gift of prophecy, which is speaking on God’s behalf to strengthen, encourage and comfort people. So, we desire to say what the Father is saying in order to grow their identity and call out the purposes and treasure He has placed in them. (I Tim. 4:14-16; I Cor. 14:1-4, 24-25; Acts 13:1-3; Eph. 2:10; 1 John 4:17)

Prophecy is not “one-way communication” it involves two people hearing from God, the one who gives the word and the one who receives it. Therefore, with the help of the Holy Spirit, Scripture and the community, we judge the spirit and accuracy of the words we give and receive, holding on to what is good and letting go of what is not. (Thess. 5:19-22; 1 Cor. 14:29; Acts 21:10-22:30 (Agabus’ inexact prophecy); Acts 27:10, 22-24 (Paul’s prophecy Corrected by an angel)

The Bible is authoritative revelation, unlike any other, and nothing will be added to it. No accurate prophecy will contradict the Scripture (properly interpreted) or be considered equal with it. (Matt. 22:29; John 8:31-32; Gal. 1:6-9; 2 Thess. 2:13-15; 2 Tim. 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:16-21; Matt. 7:15-20)


God is perfect, but He has chosen to partner with imperfect people to build the kingdom. Like all spiritual gifts and ministry skills (think love, generosity, preaching, etc.) we simply don’t operate in any of them perfectly. That is why we sometimes make mistakes and need to judge the words. (1 Cor. 13:12; Acts 15:28) Gifts aren’t given fully developed. We can become better at moving in our gifts as we practice. (1 Tim. 4:14-15) God often speaks to us in the language of our own mind/spirit/soul. Therefore the voice of the Lord often sounds like us (but is usually smarter than us!). We have to practice to discern His voice with confidence. Being accurate increases our confidence. (Acts 10:9-16; 1 Cor. 2:12-16) In the Old Testament, the prophet is judged, but in the New Testament, the prophetic word is judged. The O.T. expectation that all prophecy should be 100% accurate has been modified in the New Testament. The N.T. church is commanded to test everything and hold on to the good. The leaders judge the prophecy not the prophet. Unlike the O.T. in which the Spirit came only on the prophet, everyone in the church possesses the Holy Spirit, so the word can be discerned and we can say, “You got that wrong” instead of “You are a false prophet.” (Deut. 18:18-22; 1 Cor. 14:29; 1 Cor. 13:2; 1 John 4:1) In the N.T. false prophets are generally teaching wrong doctrine, doing signs and wonders designed to deceive and producing bad fruit, not giving inaccurate words of edification, encouragement and comfort. (2 Pet. 2:1-3; Matt. 24:24)

Prophecy should always be delivered with humility and love. It should never be for self-promotion or selfish ambition. If we give a wrong word or do so with a wrong heart, we own our mistake and humble clean it up. (Phil. 2:3-4; I Cor. 13:1-2; Matt. 7:21-23) Prophecy is three-part process of revelation, interpretation and application. Just like Scripture, prophecy can be misunderstood, misinterpreted or poorly applied. (Acts 10:9-16; Acts 15:28, Acts 21:10-22:30; Acts 27:10, 22-


We don’t strive to make prophetic words happen but are sometimes invited by God to co-labor with him and see them come to pass. (Gen 21:2; 2 Kings 5:10; Luke 17:11-14; Acts 10 (Cornelius and Peter co-labor) Acts 9:1-19 (Saul and Ananias co-labor)

There is sometimes a mystery to prophecy and it’s timing. Some prophetic words are completely outside our box, so we hold onto them for a later time. Some prophecy is only understood in hindsight. (John 16:12; Luke 24:44,45; John 13:7)


…we prophesy perfectly. (1 Cor. 14:29; 1 Thess. 5:19-22)

…one person can fully know or have the mind of Christ. (1 Cor. 2:16)

…“anything goes” and we are unaccountable for the words we give and don’t care if they are accurate.

(Matthew 12:36, 37)

…the only way to know the heart and will of God is through a prophetic word from someone.

…major life decisions should be made solely on the basis of a prophetic word devoid of other sources of God’s

leadership and communication like prayer, Scripture, leaders, wisdom, personal desires, covenant relationships

etc. In fact, this is a sign of immaturity. (1 Tim. 4:11-16)

…we have to check with God on everything in our lives like what clothes to wear or what street to walk down

(although He sometimes has ideas about these things that lead to adventure if we are listening!)

…there is no need for us to have teachers or study Scripture. (Eph. 4:11)


Jesus promised signs would follow believers and they would do even greater works than He. (Mark 16:15-18;

John 14:12-14; Acts 2:17-18)

We believe all can be healed because Jesus demonstrated the Father’s will in healing all the sick and demonized. (Matt. 4:23; Matt. 9:35; Matt. 12:15; Matt. 14:14; Luke 9:11; Acts 10:38)

We owe the world an encounter with God and invitation to salvation because Jesus sent us to the world just as the Father sent Him. (Luke 10:1-23; Matt 5:14; John 20:21; John 17:18; Matt 28:18-19)

Nothing is impossible with God so no person or situation is beyond His ability to bring complete restoration.

(Luke 1:34-37; Matt 17:20; Mark 10:25-27; 1 Cor 6:9-11; Ps. 103)

Faith requires us to step beyond fear and take risks while humbly honoring the environment in which we are ministering. (Matt 9:28-29; Matt 17:2; Math 14:24-33; Acts 3:1-10; Heb 11:1; James 2:14-18)


The cross of Jesus didn’t make natural people good; it made a new race of beings on the planet who were naturally supernatural. (Mark 16:17-18; 2 Cor. 5:17)

Loving people is supernatural, and we always operate from love when we take risks to release heaven into people’s lives. (Matt. 5:44; John 13:33-35; 1 Cor. 13, 16:14)

We walk as sons of God being salt and light, revealing our Father’s goodness and calling people to repentance. (Matt. 5:13-16; John 20:22; Rom. 2:4, 8:19)

The Holy Spirit gives every believer the power to be a bold witness, releasing God’s supernatural power, seeing miracles, signs and wonders. (Acts 1:8; Acts 2:16-18; 1 Cor. 12, 14:1-3; Matt. 10:8; John 20:21-23; Acts 4:31- 35; Acts 8:26-40; 1 Cor. 4:20)

We naturally live a Spirit-led life following the voice, leading and guiding of His Presence as we release heaven into earth. (Matt. 4:4, 11:28; John 5:19, 10:27; Mark 5:21-34; Acts 10:9-16; Gal. 4:16-18)

When we encounter the works of darkness, it is an opportunity for God’s supernatural love to move powerfully. (Acts 4; 1 John 3:8, 4:18; Matt. 16:19)

Prayer invades the impossible, releasing heaven’s power, so we continue to cry out for more. (James 5:16; 1 Thess. 5:17; Matt. 6:9-13)

We celebrate every small victory and steward the testimony of Jesus that is the Spirit of prophecy. (James 1:17; Matt. 7:11; Rev. 19:10)


…we are Jesus. (1 Cor. 6:19-20; Col 1:27)

…we pursue a relationship with God just so we can perform signs and wonders. (Luke 10:17-20; Mark 7:21)

…people are trophies, and miracles make us more important in the Kingdom. (Matt. 7:21-23, 18:1-5; 1 Cor. 13)

…we prefer to demonstrate miracles over loving and serving people. (Prov. 21:21; 1 John 4:20; 1 Cor. 13,


…people have to pray and fast, or perform, to earn the grace needed to operate in signs and wonders. (Gal.

3:2-5; 1 Cor. 15:10)

…every risk we take when ministering will result in the expected outcome. (Acts 16:16-24; Matt. 14:22-33; Rom.

8:28 )

…miracles stopped with the apostles and Jesus. (1 Cor. 12, 14:1,39; 1 Pet. 4:7,10; 2 Tim. 1:6-8)

…we won’t have resistance to the gospel and experience persecution. (Acts 4:3-22, 5:17-42; 2 Cor. 11:24-25)


We have a big God and the devil is small and defeated! Yes, we are in a battle, but the outcome is not in doubt (1 John 4:4; Rom. 8:31-39; John 12:31; 1 John 2:13; 1 John 5:4; Acts 4:23-31; Mark 5:1-11)

We believe and live the prayer, “Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as in heaven.” Therefore, we partner with the King in natural and supernatural ways to create mercy, justice, and righteousness until He comes. (Matt. 6:9-10; Matt. 10:42; Matt. 25:40; Matt. 10:7-8; John 14:12)

Every believer is in full-time ministry because God is advancing His Kingdom, not just building His Church. Our work and effort, whether big or small, inside or outside the church, is sacred and valuable to God. (Col. 3:23-24; Dan. 6:3; Prov. 22:29; Is. 60:1-5; Matt. 13:31-32)

As the Kingdom advances, there will be resistance and conflict, but we expect the culture to be changed as people come to salvation and take their place in God’s plan for the world. (John 15:19-21; 2 Cor. 4:8-11; 2 Cor. 12:10; Luke 12:11-12; John 16:33; Acts 4:23-31)


We focus on the good that God is doing in the world and live with contagious hope and joy. (Eph. 1:17-19; Phil.

4:8-9; James 1:16-18; Acts 13:52)

We pray from Jesus’ victory (not for victory) and destroy the devil’s works in the world. (Is. 54:17; Eph. 1:20-23;

1 John 4:4; Matt. 11:11)

We recognize God’s presence is “at work” everywhere in the world, and we partner with Him so that people are

saved. (Gen. 1:28; Matt. 6:5; Mark 16:15; 2 Cor. 5:17-18; Luke 12:48)

We seek after heaven’s answers for earthly problems, and we take practical risks (in faith) to see these answers manifest in our world. (Matt. 6:9-10; Dan. 2; Gen. 41:1-46; 1 Sam. 14:6; Acts 3:1-10; Matt. 17:24-27; Acts 4:23-31)

We discover our gifts and become excellent at serving leaders in the realms of society that God places us. We live to cover them, support them, and help them succeed. (Dan. 2; Gen 41:1-46)

We bless and pray for people who persecute us as we seek to bring heaven to earth. (Matt. 5:43-45; Luke 6:27-28; Prov. 25:21)

We transform the world by making heavenly declarations everywhere we go. (Prov. 18:21; Prov. 11:11; James 3:2-5; Matt. 21:21-22; Joel 3:10; Eph. 4:29; Matt. 16:18-19)


…bad things are not happening and will not happen in the world. (John 16:33; Matt. 13:20-21; Matt. 7:24-27)

…the enemy will not try to resist us, and we won’t experience opposition or persecution. (Rom. 8:26-39; Acts

14:22-23; Phil. 4:6-7)

…we can change the world by human strength and ability. (Zech. 4:6; Jer. 17:5-6; Matt. 7:7-8)

…everyone will end up attending church.

…God doesn’t love and prosper secular leaders in society. (Matt. 5:44-46; Acts 14:16-17)

…just because we serve a leader in our community, they will automatically become a Christian. (Dan. 2; Gen.


…we have to be at “the top” of a mountain of society in order to bring Kingdom change. (Luke 13:21; Matt.

13:32; Gen. 41:1-46)

…there is not a process of growth or influence before favor comes on someone’s life. (Zech. 4:10; Luke 2:52; 1

Sam. 2:26; Prov. 3:3-5; Dan. 2)

…we will see everything happen in our lifetime that we believe for. (Heb. 11:13)


Christ died to set us free from the law of sin and death, fear, and shame to establish us in freedom so we can live and love as God’s glorious children. (2 Cor. 5:17; Rom. 8:1-2, 19-21; Rom. 6:4 and 14-22)

Freedom is very personal, but it is not self-centered. Scripture says we have been given freedom to serve one another in love. (Gal. 5:13-15; 1 Cor. 8:9-13; 1 Cor. 9:19; Rom. 14 and 15)

Freedom and responsibility cannot be separated. We experience freedom when we are able to control ourselves. So we cooperate with the Holy Spirit as He produces the fruit of self-control in us. (Gal. 5:16-25; Rom. 8:12-13; 2 Pet. 1:5-9)

We endeavor to make sure the “size” of our self-control continues to grow and remain bigger than the size of our influence. (Eph. 4:1; Col. 1:10; 1 Cor. 6:18-20)


Our freedom came at a great price. Therefore, we protect, steward and sacrificially extend it to others. (1 Cor. 6:20; John 13:34-35; Rom. 12:1)

We are free to dream with God about extending His Kingdom on earth. (Matt. 6:10; Rom. 14:17; 1 Cor. 2:26)

We are free in our hearts and are motivated internally by the Holy Spirit and our core values. (Phil. 2:13; Ps. 37:4; Rom. 8:14; Prov. 4:23)

We understand our needs and are honest at expressing them. We create plans to have our needs fulfilled in healthy ways and restrain from meeting our desires in unhealthy ways. (Cor. 1:4; Acts 2:44-46; 2 Cor. 8:2-5; 1 Cor. 10:13; Rom. 12:1-2)

In our freedom, we take risks in how to love people practically and supernaturally. If and when we make mistakes, we are powerful to clean them up. (Acts 2:42-47; Luke 19:1-10)

We live “aware of,” and we “draw on” the Holy Spirit’s strength when circumstances test our character and faith. (Gal 5:21-22; Rom 8:5)

We cultivate and excel in our unique gifts and strengths so that God’s Kingdom can expand in the earth. (1 Cor. 12 and 14, Dan. 1; Luke 2:52)


…all people need is Jesus to live in freedom and responsibly. They don’t need family or leadership. (Eph. 5:21;Acts 2:42)

…people can do whatever they want in a community and it doesn’t matter. (Rom. 14; Gal. 6:1; Titus 3:10-11)

…cultures of control, fear, and manipulation create empowered people. (2 Tim. 1:6-8; Luke 10:1-23; John 5:44)

…we are led by our feelings. (Rom. 8:12-14; Rom. 8:6; 1 Cor. 9:26-27)

…we always get to do what we want and don’t have to serve others or do things that we don’t feel like doing.(Rom. 14; 1 Cor. 10:23)

…there is no process to seeing our dreams fulfilled. (James 1:1-2, 12; Rom. 5:1-5)


Honor recognizes and affirms how valuable and powerful other people are because they are made in His image


He died to restore them to relationship. We are significant. (Gen. 1:26; Eph. 4:22-24; Rom. 12:10)

The level of value we have for one another influences the measure of impact we have on each other. (Matt. 10:41; John 13:35; Phil. 2:1-4)

We call out the best in people and celebrate them in spite of our differences, responding to people based on who they are and their God-given identity, not simply their behavior or self-definition. (1 Cor. 12:18; 24-26, 14:3; Phil. 4:8)

Honor must be demonstrated through consistent respect in word and action toward those we lead, follow, love and disagree with. Honor avoids controlling others but does confront, limit and discipline when necessary. (1 Cor. 13:1-7; 1 Cor. 4:13; 2 Tim. 2:11-16)


We love people that we cannot receive anything from. (Rom. 5:8; Matt. 25:40, 45; Matt. 10:42; Prov. 14:31)

We continually ask God how He sees the people in our lives and encourage them with the truths that He tells us about them. (Matt. 16:17-19; 1 Cor. 14:3-5)

We know there are levels of honor and responsibility because of people’s positions in the body, anointing or favor with God. So as we honor one another, we receive “grace” and strength from each other. (1 Tim. 5:17; Eph. 4:7-14; I Cor. 12:18, 24-26; Matt.10:40-42)

We see where people fit in the body of Christ and celebrate their individuality. (1 Cor. 12; Rom. 12:4; Eph. 4:7)

We love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us. (Luke 23:34; Matt. 5:43-48; Luke 9:54-56)

We honor the future generations and desire to see them prosper and outgrow us. (Deut. 31:23; 2 Kings 2; 1 Chron. 28:20; John 14:12)

Rather than judging people outside of the church, we love them and serve them into the Kingdom. (Matt. 10:8; Mark 2:13-17; Rom. 2:4; Heb. 13:17)

We work with brothers and sisters when they sin to find “the root issues” behind their behavior and restore them. (Gal. 6:1-2; 1 Cor. 4:21; Matt. 18:15; Luke 17:3-4)


…we never confront people or call them to live up to their true identities. (1 Cor. 4:14; Luke 9:54-56; 2 Cor. 7:1)

…everyone is equal, and we operate from a “round table” where everyone has the same favor. (1 Cor. 12:18, 24-26; Matt. 10:41)

…honoring others will mean our lives will not be blessed. (Matt. 5:1-12; Matt. 10:41; Mark 10:28-30)

…leaders are allowed to be destructive, manipulating and controlling. (Matt. 10:25-26; 1 Pet. 5:3; 1 Cor. 3:12- 13)

…we honor in certain environments, but not in others. (Matt. 19:13-15; John 13:34-35; John 4:1-42)

…we always have to agree with everyone and can’t have different opinions. (Eph. 4:1-4; Acts 18:24-26)

…people can’t choose to behave their way out of our fellowship. (Tit. 3:9-11; Matt. 18:15-18; 2 John 1:10; 1 Cor. 5:4-6, 1 Thess. 5:12-15)


We believe the Church will successfully fulfill Christ’s great commission to make disciples of all nations, which means the nations will be transformed. (Matt. 28:18-20; Acts 1:8; 1 John 5:14-15; Is. 54:3-5; Is. 60)

We work to leave a legacy and inheritance for future generations. we long for the Lord’s return, yet we don’t know when He will come; therefore, we have a long-term vision. (Prov. 13.22; Is. 9:6-7; Is. 2:4; Is. 11:5-7; Matt. 25:14-29; Rev. 12:11)

We are not looking to escape the world but to see Christ’s victory manifested in individuals and nations even in the face of resistance and conflict. (Luke 10:2-3; Matt. 28:18-19; Phil. 3:12-14; Heb. 12:1-3; Rev. 11:15)

The Church is called to overcome at all times—in times of suffering and persecution and in times of prosperity and great influence. (John 16:33; Ps. 188:6; Is. 41:10; 1 John 4:4; Is. 54:17; Ps. 34:19)


We refuse to partner with a gospel where the devil is empowered and we have no responsibility or supernatural ability to bring change. (1 John 5:14-15; Matt. 10:8; Matt. 16:19; Matt. 18:18-19; John 20:23)

We remember the testimonies of what God is doing and “celebrate Him” to do it again! Gen. (22:14; Josh. 4:1-8; Judges 6:24; Rev. 19:10; Rev. 12:11; Ps. 119:2, 111)

We serve and encourage fathers and mothers and build cultures of honor and empowerment. (Acts 2:42-27; Rom. 12:10; John 13:34; Luke 10:1-21)

We equip others to live a naturally supernatural lifestyle and change their worlds. (Luke 9:1-6; Luke 10:1-21)

We prophesy, focusing on building and not destroying. (Luke 9:53-55; 1 Cor. 14:3; Rom. 14:19)

We see every obstacle as an opportunity for Christ to bring the answer. (Ps. 34:19; Rom. 8:28-29; Is. 54:17; Deut. 31:6)

We seek God with the same amount of passion, both when we prosper and when we are poor and in need. (Prov. 8:17; Matt. 6:33; Phil. 3:13-14)

We make sure our trust is always in God and not in the prosperity and power of kings. (Prov. 23:1-3; Ps. 141:4; Matt. 6:24-26)


…God is more passionate about discipling the church than He is about discipling nations. (Dan. 2; Matt. 18:19; Acts 8:26-40; Mark 16:15; Rev. 11:15)

…God is not already at work in the darkest places and nations of the world. (Ps. 139:7-12; Acts 8:26-40; Dan. 5:1-30)

…Our expression of the Kingdom stays the same and doesn’t expand into new areas of influence in the world. (Is. 9:6-7; Eph. 2:10; Hab. 2:14; Eph. 3:8-20)

…we “shine” only for the generations that we see around us and not for generations we will never encounter. (Prov. 13:22; Matt. 25:14-29; Matt. 5:14-16; John 15:16)

…we have “given up on the world” and are just waiting to go to heaven. (John 3:16; Matt. 5:14-16; Matt. 5:43- 45; Matt. 5:13)

…we need to become “of the world” in order to influence it. (John 15:19; Phil. 2:15; Rev. 3:15-16; Mark 2:13-17; John 8:1-11)

…everyone in the world will love us, and there will be no persecution. (Matt. 10:22; John 15:18-27; Ps. 34:19)

…we will have no more work to do, even when a whole nation is saved. (Is. 60; Is. 9:7; Is. 2:4)

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Our mission can be summed up in one word; Revival. Revival is the transformation of individuals, regions and the world by the manifest presence of the Lord Jesus Christ.

1 County – a transformed spiritual atmosphere where God’s glory rests, His power manifests, and His people live victoriously impacting lives.
10 Nations – where we can experience permanent presence and cultural transformation.
100’s of Collin County churches in continuous REVIVAL!
1000’s of revivalists – anointed leaders deployed both in and out of the church house.
10,000 people in this local congregation in 10 years.