There are different kinds of service in the church, but it is the same Lord we are serving.
A spiritual gift is given to each of us as a means of helping the entire church.
1 Corinthians 12:5, 7 NLT
Christ’s church exists to worship Him.
He is glorified when his children sing his praises wholeheartedly.
Humbling ourselves in his Presence—
we acknowledge that God is our Creator and Master;
we submit to his guidance and sincerely follow his lead;
we thank him for rich blessings He showers on us day by day;
we honor his name in our words, thoughts, and actions.
We exalt Christ above everything, avoiding false gods of the heart.
Christ’s church is designed to provide fellowship for his family.
No saint should declare emotional independence from other saints.
Every member needs help from other members—no one is an island.
Jesus’ sheep flock together—love for him unifies and cheers our hearts.
God blesses his people with a kaleidoscope of gifts to build each other up.
We encourage others, showing sincere and loving interest in them.
Christ’s church is a school for his students.
Disciples have different experiences, personalities and abilities;
but we share one common need—to grow up in faith and grace.
Studying God’s’ Word, we try to live by the Book in our everyday lives.
Walking in God’s Light, we take one step at a time in life’s journey.
Reflecting on God’s Law, we obey his orders and set the pace for others.
We educate all who enroll in Jesus University—there’s a lot to learn.
Christ’s church is commissioned to share the best news every announced.
Jesus died for the world’s sins so people wouldn’t have to experience hell.
He rose again from the grave so people could be free from fear of dying.
Sowing Gospel seed in tears, we celebrate the harvest in joyful triumph.
We evangelize the world with a sense of urgency—time is ticking away.
Christ’s church is called to minister to others in his name.
Our mission field is the world—compassion for others marks his servants.
Heartless service is useless service—love alone makes the difference.
Shouldering our cross in the shadows of our Master, we serve the world.
We love beyond stained-glass windows—Christianity is made for the road.
Pastor, Hull’s Memorial Baptist Church