We are simply here to connect people with God and with each other: by growing God's kingdom and becoming more Christlike. It is this relational perspective that causes us to consider ourselves a spiritual community rather than just an organization. We are serious about living out our faith together as we serve each other and our community.
We want people at Foundation to be "engaged" in the Christian life - not entertained, not side-lined, not baby sat, but empowered, motivated - actively involved in life and the dynamic pursuit of spiritual truth. We want to engage spiritually uninvolved people, either unbelievers who desperately need to meet and love the Savior, or believers who have been shelved by spiritual ineffectiveness or lack of opportunity. We want to engage people spiritually in the joyous adventure of knowing, trusting, and obeying Christ, helping them to experience God's grace, goodness, and greatness in ways that charge their souls and overflow their hearts with joy. And we want people to be passionate for Christ's best, the highest and holiest and grandest calling in life to which anyone can aspire and for which any price is ultimately worth.