We believe God has called us to make Jesus Christ available, accessible, and attractive to all people. We are committed to the apostolic church’s maxim that, "we should not make it difficult for those who are turning to God” (Acts 15:19). After all, Jesus came to make God available, accessible, and attractive. God became a human being! This central truth of the Christian faith is called the incarnation, a word which means to be “in flesh.” Jesus was God in the flesh—God available and accessible. He came so we could go. He said, “go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Matthew 28:20). We are believers in what has been called “incarnational ministry,” which just means getting out—in the flesh—into our communities and loving, serving, and teaching. The good news is just too good to keep to ourselves.