The mission of our Great commission ministry is:

“Helping people of all nations, tribes, and tongues joyfully make Jesus Christ their treasure”

“The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, which a man found and covered up. Then in his joy he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field.”

Matthew 13:44

The VISION of what we want our great commission ministry to result in:

“Vibrant indigenous churches where people are joyfully treasuring Jesus, genuinely loving each other, actively reaching the people in their “world” and around the world with the Gospel, and are being passionately equipped to do the work of the ministry.”

Convictions

We as a church seek to do all things rooted in the Word of God, for the glory of His name and for the transformation of people’s lives. When we think about what part The Field Church should play in the Great Commission, we are driven by the following core convictions.

  • Conviction #1 Our God is a missionary God and his desire is to see his glory spread among all peoples.
  • Conviction #2 Missions is defined as Great Commission fulfillment.
  • Conviction #3 Missions exists because God is not rightly worshiped.
  • Conviction #4 Prayer is a vital work of missions.
  • Conviction #5 Local ministry should have global perspective in mind.
  • Conviction #6 All short-term work should have a long-term view.
  • Conviction #7 Our desire is for every Christian to become a World Christian and to play a part in reaching the nations, whether going or sending.
  • Conviction #8 Priority in global missions should be placed on unreached peoples. While at the same time, efforts in supporting the maturation of indigenous churches around the world should not be neglected.
  • Conviction #9 The local church should be active in sending out, sustaining, and caring for its members serving cross-culturally.
  • Conviction #10 We will willingly sacrifice our lives for Christ, even to the point of death, when we are satisfied in Christ.
  • Conviction #11 God promises in His Word that He will be worshiped among all nations, tribes, and tongues.