We believe in the Apostle's Creed.
We believe that the Bible is entirely true and the only source of faith.
We believe that the Gospel is truly good news and makes the Christian faith fundamentally different than any other faith. Jesus’ life and death has saved me from the penalty of my sin. Jesus’ resurrection and ascension continues to rescue me from the power of my sin. Jesus’ return will one day deliver me from the presence of all sin. All of this is pure gift - without my merit or ability to repay God.
We believe that the Gospel motivates us to live in ways that please God.
We are enthusiastically sacramental. God names us in Baptism and comforts us with His presence and forgiveness in Holy Communion.
We are a campus ministry of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.
We aren’t defined by what we do. We are defined by what God has done in the person and work of Jesus Christ. What we do is based upon and motivated by what God has done and who God has made us to be. The Bible calls us “new creations,” “beloved,” “sought after.” All of this was accomplished for us, freely and entirely in Jesus.
We are a family of servant missionaries – learning to follow Jesus together.
Learners: Jesus shapes our thinking and desires through regular contact with His teachings. We take responsibility for our own development and the development of others. This happens most often in what we call Bible Huddles and shared life together. We teach each other how to pray by regularly pray walking on campus together.
Family: We are children of God who live and care for each other as a family, brothers and sisters. The mark of Gospel community is sacrificial love for one another.
Missionaries: Jesus sends his family and followers on the mission of restoration all things to Himself. We are made agents of reconciliation, sharing the message of hope in Jesus. We speak the good news to others and we participate in sharing the good news by serving.
Servant: Seeing need, offering strength – all kindness is the overflow of Jesus’ love for us.
Equipping disciples for the work of ministry.
The building is open from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM during the semester. We close early over holidays and when school is not in session. The building is open for studying, playing ping-pong, pool, listening to music, watching television, pottery, cooking, praying, or just hanging out. If you or your organization needs to reserve a room for a meeting, party, wedding, etc. please contact Nathan Gebers by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A variety of organizations and people utilize the building throughout the week. Never assume that a room or time will be available. Only for larger events, or when a janitor is required, do we charge for building use. Please clean-up after your event. After a time and date is reserved, you will receive instructions for cleaning up and to where supplies are kept.