We believe that the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments contain a revelation of the character of God, and of the duty, interest and final destination of mankind.
We believe that there is one God, whose nature is Love, revealed in one Lord Jesus Christ, by one Holy Spirit of Grace, who will finally restore the whole family of mankind to holiness and happiness
We believe in one God, infinite in all his perfections; and that these perfections are all modifications of infinite, adorable, incomprehensible and unchangeable love.
We believe that there is one Mediator between God and man, the man Christ Jesus, in whom dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily; who by giving himself a ransom for all, has redeemed them to God by his blood; and who, by the merit of his death and the efficacy of his spirit, will finally restore the whole human race to a right standing with God.
We believe in the full and final triumph of the grace of God over the powers of sin and death: That the mercy and forgiveness of God are victorious, that this victory of redemption is revealed in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, and that, therefore, no human being will be condemned or allowed to suffer pain and separation forever.
We believe in the Holy Spirit, whose office it is to make known to humans the truth of this salvation, through the medium of the holy scriptures, and to reconcile the hearts of the children of men to God, and thereby dispose them to genuine holiness.
We believe in the obligation of the moral law as to the rule of life; and we hold that the love of God manifested to man in a redeemer, is the best means of producing obedience to that law, and promoting a holy, active and useful life
The Local Ministry
We believe the church is a local body of believers on mission to enlarge God’s kingdom. The local church is autonomous, free of any external authority of control
The State Should Not be the Enforcement Arm of the Church
The Church can and should speak-out on matters of human rights: The Exodus from Egypt, and return from Babylon were both about human rights—slavery. Esther’s story touches-on both the value of women, and the human right of self-defense. However, we disagree with religious groups who would deploy government force against those who don’t share their religious convictions.
The Spiritual Disciplines
We believe the Spiritual Disciplines are essential to spiritual growth and exist in three types.
Inward Disciplines: Meditation, Prayer, Fasting, Study
Outward Disciplines: Simplicity, Solitude, Submission, Service
Corporate Disciplines: Confession, Worship, Guidance, Celebration
No matter where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome at Mindful Life Transformations. Yes, I mean that.
Liberal, Conservative, Independent, and Apathetic. Fat, Skinny, In-between and Struggling.
Atheist, Christian, Jew, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Agnostic, Pagan, Heathen, and None. Gay, Straight, Men, Women, Nonbinary, Transgender or No Gender.
Church Going and Church Avoiding.
You are welcome here. As your chaplain, I make you this promise I will not judge you. I will not condemn you. I will ask the hard questions necessary for growth.
I will extend the grace of God to you. I will strive to an example of God's Love for you.
In Hebrew Jedi means Beloved by God. In the movies the Jedi were warrior priests that were supposed to bring peace to the galaxy.
For my definition, A Christian Jedi is someone who is beloved by God and attempts to bring peace and love to their community.
In the spirit of 2 Corinthians 5:18, But all things are of God, who has made us at peace with himself through Christ, and has given to us the work of making peace;
I try to live by this Code
There is no apathy, there is love.
There is no ignorance, there is knowledge.
There is no worry, There is serenity.
There is no hate, there is peace.
There is no intolerance, there is patience.
There is no death, there is only Christ.