LOVE GOD AND PEOPLE THE WAY JESUS DID
At Great Commission Missionary School we help students grow in the understanding of scripture, equip them for ministry and inspire them to be servants of God. Most importantly, we focus on a personal relationship with Christ and the Great Commission. We have various programs for different age groups where we share our vision to “Love God and people the way Jesus did.”
YOUNG LEADERS FOR SUCCESSFUL MINISTRY
BECAUSE IT ALL STARTS WITH GOD
Cultivating a personal relationship with God through prayer is at the core of our faith. In its essence, Christianity is not about church attendance. It is not about denominational traditions or rituals. It is not about knowledge or theological superiority. It is not about maintaining high moral standards. We are not stating that these things are not important, but we believe there is something infinitely more important, which is the individual’s personal and intimate growth in knowledge of God.
ALL PEOPLE FOR WHOM JESUS DIED
God is love. It is His nature; not just an attribute. Humans deserved death and eternal damnation for their disobedience, but it is God’s love that restored our relationship with Him. In love, God sent Jesus to die for all people. In the same love, Jesus sent His disciples to, “Go, and preach the gospel”, because God is “not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance.” Jesus was determined to fulfill his mission on earth and his followers must be equally devoted to this cause.
We believe the entire Bible is the infallible Word of God and uphold the fundamental teachings of the New Testament faith.
We regard Jesus Christ as God incarnate, the Word made flesh, born of a virgin.
He is the sinless sacrifice for the sin of the world and bore death on the cross.
In three days, he rose to life again and is the soon and coming King.
Repentance is experiencing a godly sorrow which leads to a renunciation of sin.
Isaiah 55:7; Matthew 4:17.
Salvation is available to all who repent and place their faith in Jesus Christ. It is the act of God’s grace by which we receive forgiveness of sins and stand before God as though we had never sinned.
Romans 5:1; 2 Corinthians 5:17.
Sanctification is the act of God’s grace by which we are made holy. It is the second definite work in succession of salvation.
John 17:15-21; Hebrews 13:12
The Divine Trinity consists of three Persons: God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son and the Holy Spirit, perfectly united as one.
Matthew 3:16-17; 1 John 5:7.
The Baptism of the Holy Spirit is the endowment of power from on high upon the clean, sanctified life.
Luke 24:49; Acts 1:5-8; 2:1-4.