Victory Christian Fellowship is committed to God’s enduring work of radically transforming Christian lives, campuses and our community for His own glory.
Mission Statement Expanded
The Cross of Jesus contains within its contours the direction and focus of our ministry: Jesus’ cross entailed a vertical beam and crossbeam. The vertical beam directs the totality of our lives to God, “You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind,” (Luke 10:27a). Jesus’ cross also possessed a crossbeam, the crossbeam signifying our commitment to one another as human beings, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself” (Luke 10:27b).
Therefore, we endeavor to live victorious Christian lives for God’s glory by focusing our ministry like a laser on this trichotomy: C3. VCF longs to see radical transformation take place in our Church, Campuses and Community through our sustained commitment to:
· Participating regularly in substantive, intense worship;
· Submitting to the authoritative principles of the Scriptures through the ministry of preaching & teaching;
· Enjoying authentic fellowship that produces an aura of belonging, accountability & mission;
· Engaging in social services in order to make an impact for Christ in our community;
· Providing a hub for college students to worship, connect and be discipled.
VCF will tirelessly execute our mission because we envision day when:
Our Church exemplifies Ephesians 4:11-16:
· VCF is led by anointed pastors and teachers,
· VCF is adequately equipped & trained for ministry,
· There is a spirit of unity of faith & Christian maturity abounds,
· VCF is doctrinally healthy and the pseudo Christian teachings of yesterday & today are seen for what they are “the doctrines of devils” and are resisted at all costs,
· VCF is a close knit group and every person contributes to the overall welfare of the church, which then produces a loving strength that is unrivaled.
Our Campuses comprise distinctive, robust Christian students who are the salt & light of Matthew 5:13-16:
· Students are challenged to integrate: faith, life and academics,
· Students are being discipled and are thriving in their faith,
· Students are worshipping God, serving in the Church and participating in missions,
· Students are covenanting to remain morally and ethically pure.
Our Communities are no longer plagued by systemic, chronic poverty as depicted in Matthew 25:31-46:
· The hungry are fed, the thirsty have plenty to drink, the homeless are housed, the naked are clothed, the sick receive the medical care they need and the prisoner knows the comfort & encouragement of a friendly visit;
· Children receive a first-class, 21st century education;
· Parents are educated & empowered with the tools to raise their children in a loving, disciplined environment;
· Injustices are grossly minimized as we work with local, state and federal municipalities to repair our broken judicial system;
· Seeking therapy to become mentally healthy is no longer stigmatized, nor deemed unaffordable, but is available & affordable for all.