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Who We Are

We are a group of teachers, doctors, homemakers, educators, carpenters, cosmetologist, accountants, students, nurses and business owners, but most of all…we are family.  All of who we are can be found “hid in Christ” – in who “we live and move and breathe”.  He is the head of our lives and the church.

As a people, we have been called to live out the two greatest principles taught by our Savior:

“Jesus replied:  "'Love the Lord your God with all of your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.'  This is the first and greatest commandment.  And the second is like it:  'Love your neighbor as yourself.'  All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”  (Matthew 22:37-40, NIV)

These two principles are realized through our mission and vision statements.  In summary, they are to proclaim the everlasting gospel in the Wilderness Trace region of south central Kentucky (Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln, and Mercer counties) with a particular emphasis on present truth as outlined in the three angel’s messages of Revelation 14.  We envision an expanding number of believers in the present truth who are firmly grounded in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  As a growing group of believers serving as light and salt, we desire to transform the lives of those around us by engaging in discipling members of our community. We are actively involved in sowing seeds of faith to new and potential believers through visitations and acts of personal ministry, helping helping them to foster an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.  This only happens through Bible study, prayer, and a faith-based approach to life.  We encourage a spirit of love and tolerance while continuously upholding the truths contained in the Holy Bible, Spirit of Prophecy, and the Seventh-day Adventist Church. 

"To restore in man the image of his Maker, to bring him back to the perfection in which he was created, to promote the development of body, mind, and soul, that the divine purpose in his creation might be realized—this was to be the work of redemption. This is the object of education, the great object of life."      Education, pp. 15, 16