“We are a redeemed community reaching out at the intersections of life to be a church for Lee County and beyond.” We print it on our bulletins. We say it in our announcements. We even plaster it on our website. But what does it mean?
 
First, we are biblical. To say we are redeemed is to recognize what Scripture teaches about humanity –
especially us. We are sinful. That means that we do not measure up to God’s standard of perfection. We were created in the image of God, but we do not perfectly represent him or his nature. Because of this, we need a redeemer – Jesus Christ – to rescue us from our imperfection. We preach and teach the Bible as the authority of life and practice for all we do.
 
Second, we are confessional. Christianity did not begin in the 21st century. We belong to a community of believers who studied the Scriptures, loved our Lord, and sought to understand the deep ways of God over time. As a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America, we subscribe to the Westminster Standards as our own doctrinal standards.
 
Finally, we are missional. Our Lord said that our greatest commandment is to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength, and the second is like it – love our neighbor as ourselves. As we live out our biblical and confessional beliefs wherever we go, we seek to take and uphold the good name of Jesus Christ at every intersection – literal or figurative.
 
 
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