Ministry of Evangelism
The heart of our ministry is revival in the church, evangelism of the lost, and encouragement of God's people. Many of our churches today are more like the valley of dry bones than the vibrant church God desires for it to be. The main emphasis of our ministry is the clear preaching of God's Word. Isaiah 55 verse 11 says, "So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it." Messages will be filled with the Word of God, as God has promised that It will not return void.
Ministry to Youth
This is an area of ministry that can many times be pushed aside because "they are just kids." Yet Jesus said, "Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven." In fact, the majority of saved adults trusted Christ as their Savior as a child. This is an area of ministry that we are passionate about, as often it is the little children who are most tender to the Word of God.
Ministry to Teenagers
After serving in youth ministry for two and a half years, as well as working at Hoosier Hills Baptist Camp summer after summer, God has burdened our heart especially for teenagers. We recognize that these years are some of the most crucial of their entire life. Many are making decisions about relationships, music, faith, and numerous other vital matters. Our passion is to help give them direction from God's Holy Word. It will give them the light that they need to navigate through this treacherous but potentially rewarding time in their life.
Ministry to Adults
Revival is a coming to life again. Many of our churches are filled with faithful men and women who have slipped into complacency. Our desire to see a revival in the hearts of these individuals. A coming to life again to the preaching of the Word of God. A reawakening to the passions of God. A rekindling of the fire that once burned hot within their hearts. We want to see the church encouraged to not just hold on, but to press forward until Jesus comes.