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Our Values

At Kinney, we value everything God values as he's revealed in Scripture. But there are certain core values every church has, which reveal the kinds of things that are most important to any given local church. Below are the values we believe are emphasized in Scripture that we seek to reflect in what we value as a church. Each of our core values are centered upon and flow from the transforming work of the gospel of Jesus Christ in our lives. 

Gospel Worship

Worship is not confined to one area of life or one form of expression. Scripture teaches that worship of God ought to permeate every area of our lives (Rom. 12:1-2). Moreover, worshiping God is not a means to another end; it IS the end. It is the ultimate reason for our existence! Therefore, all that we do, we do for the purpose of cultivating worship of the one true God as he has revealed himself in Christ. 

Gospel Truth

We want to present every member mature in Jesus Christ (Col. 1:28) as we grow in our knowledge of the gospel. Our goal is the teach that which accords with sound doctrine (Titus 1:9) so that our people are equipped to live out the truth of the gospel in their lives (Titus 2:10). Gospel Truth affects everything we do as a church. Whether it's preaching, praying, Bible study, singing, counseling, small group meetings, or conversations over coffee, we want every aspect of the life of our church to be fueled by sound gospel truth. (See What We Believe for more information.)

Gospel Fellowship

As Christians, we are not meant to live life in isolation. We need one another (1 Cor. 12:12-31). Therefore, gospel fellowship (or we can call it "discipleship") is essential. Gospel fellowship occurs on many levels: formal counseling, Bible study, meeting for coffee, prayer after a service, small groups, etc. As long as we are intentional to be transparent and point each other to Christ in our relationships with one another, gospel fellowship will occur. 

Gospel Mission

Every church must pursue the mission Jesus gave to his people (Matt. 28:18-20). Our desire is to be zealous in reaching all peoples with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Whether it's with our own family friends, neighbors, coworkers, or stranger we meet at the park, we desire for the members of KACF to make it part of their daily routine to share the gospel with unbelievers. Moreover, we desire to take the gospel to the places where Christ is not known (Rom. 15:20). We do this by partnering with like-minded missionaries in other parts of the world and by equipping and sending members of our own church to take the gospel to the nations.