The eight core values below are not in any particular order, nor do they embody all that we value at WellSpring. Althought they do represent the way we work towards fulfilling our purpose. Essentially they become filters to guide how we do what we do.
We believe every person is to express their worship to God
as part of their daily lifestyle.
Our gatherings include expressing and surrendering our worship to the Lord with joy, gladness and thankfulness for who He is and all He has done.
Psalm 13:6, Psalm 29:2, John 4:21-24, Romans 12:1
We believe pursuing a Spirit-filled life includes
seeking, knowing, and obeying God with all of our heart.
Looking to the Holy Spirit to lead, guide and develop His fruit in our lives is an intentional pursuit. Walking in the Spirit - with integrity - is our heart cry!
Psalm 78:70-72, Matt. 6:33, Galatians 5:22-25,
We believe that “doing church as a team”
is God’s design for ministry.
Every member is a minister who has been given gifts to be discovered, developed, and used. Christianity is not a spectator sport. We are a gift-based and purpose-focused church.
Ecclesiastes 4:9-12, 1 Corinthians 12:12 & 14-20.
We believe the Great Commission is our call to evangelize.
Relating the life of Jesus Christ to people in simple, current and relevant ways will impact and transform lives. People inviting people is our best strategy.
Matt. 28:19-20; John 4:34-38; Acts 17:22-25,
1 Corinthians 9:22-23
We believe in identifying and training leaders
who will reach their generation with the message of Christ.
Children, youth and adults who are fully committed to Christ are coached and mentored, in order to do the same for others.
Exodus 18:14-26; 2 Timothy 2:2; Titus 1:5-9
We believe we have a primary call to impact children and youth.
We realize that providing kids with a firm foundation in Christ
is their best chance to come to know Him and build an
enduring relationship with Him.
Psalm 145:4; Proverbs 22:6; Matthew 18:2-5
We believe accepting and caring relationships
with others are practical expressions of our love for God.
We seek to encourage and edify one another in personal
and small group relationships. Humility and honesty with one another are critical for maturity and growth.
Ephesians 5:2; Philippians 2:1-4; 1 Thessalonians 5:11;
1 John 4:20
We believe that in order to be spiritually mature
we must pursue emotional health.
Emotionally healthy spirituality focuses on being with God rather than doing for God. It is essential to choose a pace of life that nurtures intimacy with God.
Psalm 37:7, Ephesians 3:14-19, Isaiah 30:15