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Our passion is to help people grow, strengthen their relationships, and ultimately live up to their God-given potential. Through our constantly expanding library of books and video resources, we hope our content can serve as a vehicle for you to grow through the daily human struggles we all experience. Find out more about what we believe and our mission below.

  • Every human struggles with the same dilemma as the apostle Paul: “I don’t do what I want to do. Instead, I do what I hate to do” (Romans 7:15).
  • This struggle leads us to find a faith system to help us deal with the gap between who we are and who we want to be (Hebrews 11:1)
  • This faith system will catch us when we inevitably fail, provided that we regularly surrender to it (James 2:14-17).
  • Most faith systems rely upon human intelligence, willpower, and effort, causing us to attempt to overcome the consequences of our failures entirely on our own (James 1:26).
  • However, it’s impossible to save ourselves because we’re the ones who failed in the first place and will fail again (1 Corinthians 2:5).
  • The true Christian faith system directly confronts this human desire to be god. Such faith is defined in the Bible as placing our hope in God alone (Colossians 1:27). He pursues a relationship with us, having sent Jesus as an example for us to live by and as a payment for the consequences of our human corruption.
  • We get to choose if we want a relationship with God the way He defines it, believing that: the Bible is God’s Word and through it He helps us become whole (2 Timothy 3:16-17); God is our personal development coach who constantly speaks to us to encourage us to mature physically, mentally, emotionally, and relationally (Isaiah 41:10); His involvement with us gives our life meaning, clarifies our purpose, and helps us fulfill our potential (Ephesians 2:10).