One of the most exciting parts of following God is to use your God-given gifts and passions to make an eternal difference in the lives of others.

 


 

To make a difference is one thing, but to make an eternal difference is so much greater. One of our value statements is, “We are building a movement, not a social club. Because eternity is at stake, we will run to those far from God.” We believe that a church is most powerful when the people of the church engage the mission to make a difference in a community. We want to encourage you to jump in these four areas.

 


 

1. Bring

When you invite friends and family to church you are giving them the opportunity to hear about a God who cherishes them and would love nothing more than to have a relationship with them. God can use your simple invitation to make an eternal difference in the lives of many.

 


 

2. Serve

We would love to have you join a Dream Team. We call it a dream team because when you serve at your local church your spiritual dreams come alive. There are many ways that you could contribute from the Welcome Team, Thrive Kids, Thrive Students, Campus Support, Thrive Worship & Production, Administration, or Creative. If you are interested in serving click here.

 


 

3. Give

There are a lot of places where you could invest your financial resources, but none with a greater return then the local church. The local church was set up by Jesus to be the avenue to steward the life-changing message to each generation. As you give you literally accelerate the gospel in our area. To learn more about how you can give click here.

 


 

4. Lead

Our desire at Thrive is to minister to the people who God has brought our way. We would love nothing more than to see you lead a Thrive Group in the area of your passion. It could be an outreach group, a men’s group, a business group, a Bible study group, an activity group, or just about anything else you could think of. Don’t wait until you know enough, let God use you now to make a difference in your area of passion. To learn more about how to lead a group, click here.