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We see a servant-hearted, volunteer-driven church where people from diverse backgrounds experience God, belong to a small group, serve in teams, and duplicate their gifts for the glory of Jesus Christ.

  • When you come to Discover Church celebration service, you will experience the goodness of God, and our people and resources will enrich your life.

  • When you join a life group, you will be connected to friends who are making disciples and praying for one another even in the tough times of life.

  • When you volunteer in any ministry, you will belong to a team of Christians who are achieving something eternal and doing their best for Jesus.

  • When you outreach or go on missions, you will impact generations and nations, and grow as a person by moving from passive spectator to active promoter of the Good News.

Discover Church vision is a church no longer bound by four walls. We are redeeming technology to glorify Jesus and make activated Christians who lead people to Christ, obey God’s Word & serve with joy - "For the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea.” (Isaiah 11:9)

Discover Church mission is to glorify God by making disciples of Christ who study, spend time with God, surrender and serve in order that we as a team may impact generations and nations, and usher in a global revival before the Second Coming of Christ.


1. God's Word - Daily Devotions

We are the ABC's: Authentic, Bible-believing Christians. For us, the Bible is the Word of God. We believe in putting God's Word first each day of our lives. Therefore we read the Bible daily to answer one questions: "How will I be different today because of what I just read?" We believe in reading the Bible every day, finishing it once every year, and writing down SOAP, or a personal application of how we will be different because of what we just read. Daily devotions help us become more like Jesus. 

(Matthew 6:11, Mark 3:14-15, Luke 10:42, 2 Timothy 2:15, Psalm 119:105)

2. Biblical Balance 

Being Biblically balanced makes us stable and strong in the midst of life’s challenges. We love ALL parts of the Bible, not just our favorite topics.


(Deut 6:6-9, Proverbs 5:18, Revelation 19:7)

3. Biblical Justice

We believe Jesus is not only Savior but also Judge. God is a just God and Jesus’ mission is to bring justice to victory. We believe in both righteousness and justice, love and discipline, grace and judgment, rewards and punishment.


(Gen 18:19, Psalm 89:14, 97:2, Isaiah 9:6, Isaiah 45:21, Matthew 12:20, John 20:23, Rev 5:10, Rev 15:3)

4. Divine Healing & Restoration 

Supernatural healing glorifies God and brings joy to God’s people. We expect God to heal our minds, emotions and bodies. Healing allows us to serve God more fully.


(Luke 4:18, 4:38-39, Acts 3:8, Matt 15:31, Mark 2:12, Psalm 14:7, Luke 15:32)

5. Doing Church as a Team (DCAT)

We believe that teamwork is God’s design for effective ministry. We want everyone to discover the joy of being a fully contributing member. Our purpose is not merely to do tasks by ourselves. We are called to belong to a team and raise up future leaders and successors.

(Ecclesiastes 4:9-12, Psalm 133:1, Ephesians 4:11-16, 1 Peter 2:4-9, Successor verses John 16:21, Luke 1:14, John 14:12, Matthew 10:24-25, 2 Corinthians 5:20, Deuteronomy 18:15, 2 Samuel 21:15-22, Acts 11:26)

6. Bias to Action 

We are the Navy Seals of the Body of Christ. In everything we do, we go hard or go home! We believe God wants to turn us from passive spectators into active promoters of the ministry. Intention cannot replace action. Therefore we believe in producing works that will bless future generations. We are not a church of consumers, but of producers. If we see potential in you, we will draw it out of you.

(Matthew 5:16, Mark 10:45, Ephesians 2:10, 4:11-12, Romans 12, 1 Corinthians 12:14-20, James 2:20, 26, Production verses Deut 16:15, 2 Chron 7:10-11, Eccl 3:13, 3:22, 5:19)

7. Heart for the Lost 

Everything we do is connected to a soul. There is joy in Heaven when one sinner comes to Christ. Therefore sharing the Gospel with others is a normal part of a Christian lifestyle. We believe that the most effective evangelism happens through people inviting people. We are committed to growing a culture of evangelism and missions.


(Matt 28:18-20, Mark 16:15-18, Luke 19:10, John 3:16, Luke 15:7, Acts 16:34, Psalm 118:24).

8. Redeeming Technology for Christ 

Our goal is to please the Lord by redeeming technology and advancing the Gospel in new ways. The Lord said, “Behold, I will do a NEW THING. Now it shall spring forth, shall you not know it? I will even make a ROAD in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.” Isaiah 43:19. Today, the “new road in the wilderness” is the Internet, a super information highway on which lost people in the wilderness of social media can find their way back to God. We believe in doing CHURCH ONLINE.

9. ​Preparing for the Second Coming 

We believe that preparing for the end times is a wise and Scriptural response to the Biblical prophecies about the Second Coming, the Resurrection of the Dead, and Eternal Judgment. Living in the end times is not fearfully preparing for doomsday or hoping for the Rapture, but living for eternal rewards with a sense of urgency that our time is short.

(Heb 1:2 these last days, Acts 2:17 last days pour out Spirit, 1 Peter 1:20 revealed in last days, Eph 5:16 redeeming the time, Col 4:5 redeeming the time, Rom 13:11-14 day is far spent)

10. Focus on the Family 

We believe companionship originated in the Garden before sin. We believe a good marriage is a source of lifelong joy, the ideal environment for healthy children and the foundation of a strong church. A good marriage involves two willing people giving selflessly to each other. We believe children are a gift from God and raising godly children is a sacred calling with eternal rewards.

(Deut 6:6-9, Prov 5:18, Rev 19:7)

11. Honor

We honor God’s people and God’s things. Every commandment of God is a commandment of honor. Every sin is an act of dishonor. Every success in your life can be traced to someone you honored. Every failure in your life can be explained by someone you dishonored. When you teach your child to honor, you have taught them enough.

(Exodus 20, Ephesians 6:20, Matthew 15:4-6, 1 Timothy 5:17, 1 Samuel 2:30, Hebrews 13:16-17, 1 Thessalonians 5:12-13)

12. Appropriate Feedback ​

Feedback needs to be qualified. Appropriate feedback brings us closer to our vision and core values, is given by a contributing member, and delivered with humility. Feedback is not complaining, venting an offense, or telling someone they’re wrong.

(Galatians 1:18-19, 2:1-2, 1 Timothy 4:16 Watch your life and doctrine closely)

13. Unity​

In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity. We believe in the Apostle’s creed and Nicene creed, as historically adopted by the Early Church, and we do not unite with or marry into error. True unity is based on the Word of God and a common purpose. True unity requires forgiving offenses, repairing relationships, and pursuing a common cause, sometimes at the cost of giving up our own wishes. There is a counterfeit unity based on common complaint. We refuse to give audience to a spirit of complaint. We will be courageous to solve every problem in a way that honors God, values relationships, and protects the core values of the church. In non-essentials, LIBERTY. We give leeway to a diversity of opinions on issues that are non-essential and fellowship with believers who do not agree with us on non-essential issues. Every church has its own DNA, style and strengths, usually influenced by its senior leadership, therefore we honour other churches while preserving our DNA, style and strengths, and without compromising our calling and core values. In all things, CHARITY. Too many Christians become uncomfortable with fellowshipping with sinners. Jesus was called a friend of sinners. We believe in living in the world to build relationships and bring people to Christ, but we do not unite with or marry into unbelief. The Bible commands Christians to love sinner, but not be unequally yoked with unbelievers in marriage or any union that would cause us to disobey God.

(Acts 2:1, 2:46, 4:24, Philippians 2:2, 2 Cor 6:14)

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