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About Cruciform


Our Purpose Statement

Being and Making Cruciformed Disciples by growing their knowledge and application of the Gospel through Responsible Evangelism, Expository Preaching, Christ-centered Worship, Intentional, Gospel-centered, Life-to-life Discipleship, and Engaging in Missions for the glory of God.


Our Four Pillars of Discipleship

Responsible Evangelism

The Great Commission is to make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:18-20). Evangelism, as the starting work of making disciples, has been done in a variety of ways. We believe that it has to be done responsibly.

Responsible Evangelism is our way of emphasizing that our Church should have a broader concept of evangelism than the one-time sharing of the Gospel.

Evangelism should involve faithful follow-ups, constant sharing of the Gospel, and relationship-building until an individual is established in the faith and planted in a local Church. 

Expository Preaching

"Expository" is a term used to refer to a method of teaching which endeavors to consider the background, immediate context, canonical context, and the redemptive story of the Bible, to determine the point of the passage. It does not start with one’s idea and then just use Scripture to support it. We believe that the most faithful way of teaching the Bible, which would result in the maturity of the Church, is Expository. In all of our teachings – Sunday Worship Service, Midweek Worship Service, and other classes – we simply explain and apply what the Bible teaches.

Christ-Centered Worship

Songs have a way of inculcating truths in the heart of a believer that no other medium can. It is no wonder that we have The Psalms. As the method of singing has changed over the course of time, we believe that the theme of our songs should remain centered on Christ and what He has done.

Intentional, Gospel-Centered, Life-to-Life Discipleship

Discipleship is the process of knowing and becoming more like Jesus.

First, we believe discipleship should be done intentionally. We believe that spiritual growth happens through consistent discipleship.

Second, discipleship should be Gospel-centered. It is a kind of discipleship that seeks to grow in our trust and confidence in the finished work of Christ instead of our own righteousness.

In this kind of discipleship confession, appropriating the truths of the Gospel and Gospel-motivated obedience happen. These are elements crucial to becoming a cruciformed disciple.

Lastly, we also believe that discipleship should be life-to-life. We want to address the prevailing problem of so-called disciples having a dual life – one in Church and another one outside it. In 1 John 1:5-10, John made it clear that the fellowship of believers should be defined by holiness and transparency (confession). We believe it is the soil for true growth. It is also crucial for authentic discipleship.

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