We will  .  .  .

We will make much of Jesus.
We will value the growth of the Kingdom more than the growth of our church.
We will go ourselves, not just give our money.
We will acknowledge our sin, make war on it, but not be defined by it.
We will swing hard and hope to hit something.
We will pray in the Spirit, believing all things are possible.
We will worship at the place where love and desperation collide.
We will be privileged participants in God's story, not just spectators.
We will show up and refuse to settle for cheap imitations of community.
We will join with God and others in the care of widows and orphans in their distress.
We will live our todays in light of eternity.
We will be a church marked by extravagant generosity.
We will .  .  .