Because of the salvation we have in Christ, it’s only natural that we should begin to call others to share in that hope. 2 Corinthians 5:18 is a great reminder of how Christ “[has given] us the ministry of reconciliation.” We have been entrusted with this message. Now it’s our turn to be ambassadors for this cause, inviting others to join us in God’s kingdom work.
1 Peter 4:10 reminds us of this truth: “As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace.” Are we using the specific resources and skills God has given us to reach others with the good news of Christ? Are we telling others how God has repurposed our own stories?
Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works.” It’s through Him alone that we strive to accomplish living out this Kingdom purpose. Fellowship Dallas does not exist for the sake of notoriety or numbers; we exist because our passion is to awaken others to the transformation that Christ can cause in their lives.
We can’t accomplish the words of this mission statement on Sunday mornings alone. We must live out these words every single day. When we gather as a church, it’s a time to come together, encourage one another, and then go out into our city, equipped to be ministers of God’s kingdom for the rest of the week!
In the next ten years, we will become a training and launching ground for more than 10,000 men and women who will discover and live out their unique, God-given, Kingdom purpose in Christ.
We live in honest relationships as we’re transformed through the unchanging truth and grace of Jesus Christ.
We challenge each other to discover and act on God’s next step for our lives.
We gather as diverse generations, ethnicities, and backgrounds to live and love in unity.
We go beyond these walls to transform our homes, communities, and world.