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At Destiny Christian Fellowship we have committed ourselves to Biblical principles of life and love which, we trust, will constantly manifest in such a way as to insure those present here of the foll

Our Freedom in Worship Will Never Surrender to Fanaticism.

We are forthright and expressive, but differentiate between the sound of praise and the noise of people. We worship as a choir in chorus, not as soloists in competition. We worship in spirit with liberty, but in concert under leadership. It's safe to praise aloud with us, for we will partner together to worship in the beauty of holiness, and we will preempt both prideful formalism and personal fanaticism.

Our Openness to One Another Will Never Exploit Anyone.

We foster communication and interaction, recognizing that true fellowship is impossible without the pursuit of transparent and authentic sharing. What is shared in prayer is sacred with us, and what is shown from your heart is treasured. We hold this trust that all who minister the life of Jesus to one another always function in the love of Jesus. That love is unconditional and non-manipulative, and it always covers weakness and sin with strength and forgiveness.

Our Welcome to Spiritual Gifts Will Never Violate the Word.

We ask the Holy Spirit to be present and to distribute gifts among us according to His will. All the gifts are present in the Church, and every believer is urged to be free and responsible to minister gifts with sensitivity. We are covetous of their manifestation, but not gullible as to their demonstration. Graciousness in ministry, submissiveness in spirit, and order in operation of the gifts is scriptural and, therefore, insisted upon in this congregation. The Bible teaches in 1 Thessalonians 5:12 “to know those who labor among you”.

If you feel God has given you a word for the Body, we kindly ask you to adhere to the following requests.

(1) As a protection to the Body, we would ask you to refrain from sharing a word until we have had a chance to get to know you. (2) If you feel you have a word, please come up to a pastor and share a little of what the Lord has given you so that they can coordinate the best timing of the sharing of that word, (3) and that it may be spoken in the microphone so that all can hear. There are times that the Pastors may feel a word is not to be shared at that service. Therefore a gracious spirit needs to be the attitude of the one who is asked to wait.

Our Joyfulness Will Never Degenerate to Mere Excitability.

Childlike simplicity and faith can transcend patterns of pomp and pride which society dictates we accept. But child-like is not childish, and so we refuse to be bound to the idea that true simplicity is either superficial or emotionalistic. The joy and release in laughter, applause, shouting, or tears involve emotions; but for understood reasons, not merely sensational ones. As stated in Galatians 5:13, “For you have been called to live in freedom--not freedom to satisfy your sinful nature, but freedom to serve one another in love.”

In all, our prayerful wish is to live as the Church manifested at her birth:


"So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, they ate their food with gladness and simplicity of heart, praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily those who were being saved. " Acts 2:46, 47

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