Our Vision

  • Nurture believers in Jesus Christ by the feeding of the Word (2 Timothy 3:16-17, 1 Peter 2:2, Hebrews 5:13-14)
  • Develop roots and grow to maturity as we worship God with other believers (Acts 20:32, Ephesians 4:11-13, John 4:23)
  • Bear fruit by modeling Christ and ministering to others (John 15:16-17, Titus 3:8)
  • Encourage individual believers to plant and water seeds for discipleship (1 Corinthians 3:5-8, 2 Corinthians 5:20-21)


The first step in this process is to trust in Jesus christ for eternal life (Romans 10:13, 1 Peter 1:23). Through His life, death and resurrection, Jesus Christ has provided the means for the forgiveness of sins, and the power to live a new life that is pleasing to God (1 Corinthians 15:3-4, Galatians 2:20, Acts 9:31).

Theology of Ministry

Introduction: A biblical theology of ministry is a set of biblical principles that determine how we will function and guides all ministry decisions. The statement of faith is what we believe, our theology of ministry is why we do ministry and our methodology of ministry is how we do ministry (programs, etc).
The reason for a theology of ministry is that everything that is done in ministry is to be orderly (Titus 1:5).  A biblical approach to ministry lays a foundation for HBC’s mission. Our chief goal is to accurately reflect God’s intentions by extracting objectives from His Word and thus glorify Him.

Theology of Ministry: Our approach to ministry is dictated by Biblical standards based on the explicit and implicit teachings of Scripture. In areas of preference believers must strive, as much as possible, to maintain the unity of the Spirit preferring one another. Our priority of relationships is God and other believers first.

Scripture is the lone foundation: The Bible is the only word of God (2 Tim 3:16) and is consequently completely trustworthy. God’s Word must be known and applied in every area of life. Scripture therefore is the only foundation upon which the church is built and it contains the message and methods of the church.    

The Authority of Scripture: Since God alone is holy and the supreme authority in all matters of life He has the authority to establish and command obedience for belief and practice and is right to expect it (2 Pet 1:3). Every aspect of ministry shall be motivated by the authority and sufficiency of Scripture alone (2 Tim. 3:16-17).  Accordingly, the church doesn’t derive her message or methods from culture.  The church gathers to believe, proclaim, obey and be affectioned to God’s Word (1 Tim 4:13).

The Glory of God: The chief end of God is to display His glory (Is. 48:11; Rom. 11:36). His glory is displayed in creation (Ps. 19:1), His Son (Heb. 1:3), salvation (Eph. 1:6, 12, 14) and His people (1 Pet. 4:10-11). Accordingly, the chief goal of the church is to glorify God. If a ministry is to display the glory of God, there must be the utmost commitment to operate in excellence.

A Note From Our Pastor

I would first like to express that Christ is the head of the local church (Col. 1:18, Eph. 1:22). He is to be supreme as the people are guided by the Spirit (Acts 4:31, Rom. 8:14). Though the pastor(s) is/are the leader(s) in the church, all members are subordinate to Christ. If Christ is first, then the church has a basis for unity, love and union (Col. 2:19, Eph. 5:23-32). We are called to God (Acts 15:14) from the world (2 Cor. 6:17-18), regenerated and partnered with believers in the local church (Acts 2:41-42; Heb. 10:25). Our unified purpose is to carry out Christ’s mission of discipleship (Mt. 28:18-20; 1 Tim. 3:15). We are to edify believers and endeavor to evangelize, baptize, educate and add to the Body of Christ through the Holy Spirit.

The primary role of the pastor is to equip the saints to full maturity. He does this through preaching (1 Cor. 14:3, 2 Tim 4:2, 1 Pet. 2:5) and teaching (Acts 2:42; 5:42) in the church which is the pillar of truth (1 Tim. 3:15). Further he is to be a servant/slave (1 Pet. 2:16; 5:3) and a faithful steward (1 Cor. 4:2; 1 Pet. 4:10; Titus 1:7).

My specific ministry objectives are those that would be closely tied to Scripture. I am not a pastor that relies on marketing trends or schemes.  I prefer right growth being characterized by remaining fruit in believer’s lives (Jn. 15:16) over numerical growth with no fruit.  I earnestly desire for God’s people to know their Bible.