A Christ-centered church must have a Christ-centered and Bible-based mission statement to succeed at conducting God’s business. The mission statement of Trinity Life Church is firmly rooted in the charge Jesus left to His disciples in Matthew 28:19‑20:
“Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world.” KJV
The mission of Trinity Life Church in Lawrenceville is “To reach, teach and help people do what God is calling them to do through ministry.” This mission statement drives all the activities at Trinity Life Church.
The environment that surrounds Trinity Life Church is an ethnically-, racially- and economically-diverse blend of homeowners and renters in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Prospective members span the employment spectrum of high-tech, financial, insurance and manufacturing companies. One or both working parents travel routinely for business.
Our prospective members are looking for the preached and taught Word of God. They may be going through life transitions or life crisis that God is using to get their attention. These transitions and crisis include relocation to a new part of the country, new home, new marriage, new job, new school, new baby, pain of divorce, marriage difficulties, family difficulties, death of a family member, guilt, unemployment, financial problems, resentment, loneliness and other life changes and stresses.
Proverbs tells us “Where there is no vision, the people perish” (29:18). The vision of Trinity Life Church is simple: REACH – TEACH – HELP.
In order for Trinity Life Church to achieve its mission in Lawrenceville, we must effectively:
Reach the lost through evangelism and ministry,
Teach them through discipleship, and
Help them grow stronger in worship and fellowship so that they can effectively minister to others.
Analogous to sports, we want to get them out of the stands (converted), on the team (committed) and into the game (contributing). We are not satisfied until our people are engaged with us in the Great Commission work – making disciples for Jesus Christ.