Elijah | God’s Overcomer

Rob Norman: Elijah | God’s Overcomer

Elijah was God’s overcomer. Overcomers ultimately defeat their opponents against the odds and often ‘steal victory from the jaws of defeat’.  Circumstances don’t inform the overcomer’s decision to persevere, sometimes they even rise-up as circumstances take a negative turn.


David | God’s Heart

Rob Norman: David | God’s Heart

God’s own testimony is that David was a man after his own heart. What an amazing commendation! David, who lost the battle with infidelity when he committed adultery with Bathsheba and had her husband killed in an attempt to cover his sin, was deeply flawed and sinful, yet God said he was ‘a man after my own heart’. This statement says as much about a Holy and merciful God as it does about David himself.


Joshua| God’s Visionary


Our Vision | 1000 Years


Priorities | Marketplace

Rob Norman: Priorities | Marketplace

The Marketplace is where we interact with the world on a daily basis. We are a church in the marketplace. Our vision to take ministry to the marketplace removes the separation between the sacred and the secular which is a form dualism.

This means: Our missiology (the way we do missions) must be consistent with our ecclesiology (the way we do church).


Priorities | Ministry


Priorities | Training


Priorities | Prayer


Priorities | Family


Priorities | Worship


Priorities | Scripture


Looking Ahead | 2020 Vision


Core Values | The Works of God

Rob Norman: Our Core Values| The Works of God

There are many churches that preach a Gospel that is devoid of the miraculous kingdom works of Jesus. Even, Charismatic churches, often default to a position that is aimed at attracting people to church by providing a presentation.

Our preference if to provide a demonstrating of the power of God through the works of Jesus. This is the reason we have a ministry time.


Core Values | The People of God


Core Values | The Presence of God


Core Values | The Word of God