We Are 

We are here at Murray State to be and make disciples of Jesus. That's it. Pretty simple. A disciple is someone who has committed to be with Jesus, be like Jesus and be the mission of Jesus. We partner with God's mission by making connections, making relationships and making disciples. God is at work in his world and we want to be about his work of making disciples.

Ultimately, we want to see our campus transformed into the image of Jesus for the glory of God and the good of the world. So, come follow Jesus with us - every day, with everything you have, everywhere you go, with everyone you meet.

We Believe

Below is a brief summary of what we believe. This statement was originally published by Lipscomb University. Enjoy.

We believe in God the Father,
     who created the heavens and the earth,
          making all human beings as divine image bearers.
     We violated the image of God in others and ourselves,
          and abandoned our role in the creation.
     In response, God chose Israel as a blessing and light to all peoples,
          in order to renew the creation.

We believe in God the Son, Jesus the Messiah, who is fully human and fully God,
     who, baptized in water and anointed with the Spirit, proclaimed the reign of God:
          preaching good news to the poor and brokenhearted
          announcing forgiveness by calling all to repent and believe the good news, and
          commissioning his followers to make disciples,
          baptizing them into the communion of the Father, Son, and Spirit
          and teaching them to embrace this new way of life.
     Jesus was crucified, giving his life for the sin of the world.
     God raised Jesus from the dead,
          breaking the power of sin and evil,
          delivering us from death to eternal life,
          and inaugurating new creation.
     God enthroned Jesus as the Lord of creation.

We believe in God the Holy Spirit, the giver and renewer of life,
     whom the Father, through the Son, poured out upon us,
          enabling us to love God and neighbor, and
          binding us together with all believers in the church, the Body of Christ,
          and together we give thanks at the table of the Lord.
     The Spirit spoke through the prophets and apostles,
          and inspired Scripture to equip us for every good work.
     The Spirit empowers us
          to witness to Christ as Lord and Savior, and
          to work for justice and peace
          as we seek to live holy and joyful lives.

We believe in the resurrection of the dead,
     wait for God’s new heaven and new earth,
          and pray, “Come, Lord Jesus!”