Our Calling

We have a calling on our lives to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and to see as many people as possible mature into the fullness of Jesus. We believe the gospel is the good news that Jesus Christ has brought redemption and reconciliation to all people everywhere. Because of God’s immeasurable grace we can proclaim to all people everywhere that they have been forgiven and they can now live in peace with God. This is the center of our message and it drives us in our mission everywhere we go.

What We Believe

We believe that God is the most generous and loving being ever. Because of His great love toward us He sent His Son Jesus Christ to earth to triumph over Satan and all of God’s enemies once and for all so that people everywhere could enter into a personal relationship with Him through faith. We believe that as people believe in the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross they receive forgiveness for their sins and become participants in the new creation of God in Christ Jesus. Their identity is transformed and they can experience life as God originally intended it to be.

Meet Cliff & Stephanie Canipe

Cliff has his PhD in Evangelism and New Testament and loves to minister to the body of Christ through his gift of teaching. He also has a strong prophetic gift and loves to see people activated into the reality of God in their lives.
Stephanie is a gifted teacher and loves to communicate the life-giving truths about relationship with God, ourselves, and others. She has a one-on-one gift that leaves people knowing they are loved and nurtured.




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Now all these things are from God, who reconciled us to Himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation.

2 Corinthians 5:18

Jesus Christ labored in redemption to redeem the whole world and to place it perfectly whole and restored before the throne of God.

Oswald Chambers

We can only see redemption in its highest glory when it is a Father who redeems man so as to fulfill His original purpose.

DeVern Fromke