To Gather... searching hearts into the saving embrace of God's love in Jesus Christ.
To Grow... as people in the truth and transforming power of the gospel.
To Give... ourselves with genuineness and passion to our God, our families, our community, our church and our world.
Ron was raised in Southern California in a Roman Catholic home. At age 20, Pastor Ron became a Christian at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, California. Ron was immediately introduced to and immersed in evangelism, serious bible study, and signs and wonders. He credits three men for his spiritual formation: Pastors Chuck Smith, Brent Rue, and John Wimber. Ron had the privilege of traveling and ministering with John Wimber for many years. As of today, Ron has ministered in 31 countries around the world. He planted two churches in California and two in Colorado. His passion is to see people come to Jesus, receive healing, be trained, and released back into the community as witnesses for Jesus.
Ron is married to Lori and they have 5 children. He graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California with a Master of Arts Degree in Theology.
Aaron was raised in Spencer, Oklahoma and grew up in a charismatic bible believing home. At a young age Aaron gave his heart to Jesus in Sunday school at Life Christian Church in Oklahoma City. He began playing guitar at the age of 12, being taught by his Dad, David Clausen. At age 17, Aaron rededicated his life at the Falls Creek youth camp. In 2005 Aaron and his wife, Vanessa, began going to church at Cornerstone church in Midwest City, Oklahoma. There Aaron had the privilege of serving as part of the worship team, as well as serving as part of the maintenance team and the college ministry. During his time there Aaron felt a deeper call to ministry. His desire is to see people come to know Jesus as their personal Lord, Savior, and Friend; drawing into a deeper intimate relationship with Him.
Aaron and his wife, Vanessa, have been married since 2005
The goal of faith is love; learning to love God, ourselves, and our neighbors is our highest priority in the kingdom of God.
We acknowledge the supreme value of the truth revealed in the Bible, and our desire is to grow in our ability to both understand and apply its saving truth in our lives.
The Christian life sets us on a journey forward increasing integrity. By God's grace and transforming power, we desire for all the pieces of our lives to be brought together into the kind of wholeness and holiness that pleases God.
God continues to speak to issues and individuals today by the gifting of His Spirit in the church. We need and desire to hear the voice for the Spirit in our midst today.
The historic confessions of our faith acknowledge that humanity's great purpose is "to know God and glorify Him forever." Through our worship, we are expressing this purpose in the present tense, knowing that he is truly worthy of all the attention, affection, and honor we could ever offer him.
Our relationship with Jesus convinces us to not just believe the truth, but to also put His truth into practice in our lives. Active faith compels us to serve the continuing work of Jesus by embracing His ministry to the poor, the hurting, the sick, and the lost. Every person in the church has a part to play in this work by praying, giving, and serving in the strength of God and the gifts of His Spirit.
We recognize that we are just one small part of the larger gathering of Jesus' church in our community and across the earth. It is our desire to walk in real unity with one another and with believers everywhere as we serve Christ's cause.