The gospel is the message, means, and motive of our sermons, communities, and lives. What does that mean? As the message of Frontier Church, you’ll hear us talk about the gospel a lot. As the means of Frontier Church, you’ll notice we are constantly dependent on the power of the gospel for personal transformation and growth. As the motive of Frontier Church, you’ll learn more about the good news than good advice. We want to challenge you to ask yourself: is the message, means, and motive of my life the gospel?
We aim to give our time, talents, and treasures to big, small, and deep community. What does that mean? In short, Frontier Church has a philosophy of ministry that acts like a philosophy of community. Our church is organized around answering this question: how do we get people into lifelong friendships in the shape of the gospel? We have big community (Sunday Gatherings), small community (Community Groups), and deep community (Fighter Groups). We want to challenge you to ask yourself: what would my friendships looks like if I committed to big, small, and deep community?
We seek to train, equip, and send our people to be a blessing to our city, community, and craft. What does that mean? We believe that our church has a clear calling to look beyond our own immediate community to our city (where we play), community (where we live), and crafts (where we work). So we don’t treat mission like an optional program or extracurricular activity. In very regular ways, we want to challenge ordinary people to be a blessing in everyday contexts. We want to challenge you to ask yourself: do I understand my identity as a missionary in my city, community, and craft?