Greater Grace Fellowship Mission Statement
For we were saved by grace through faith lest any man should boast and by the grace
of God, we will produce a prophetic people, co-laboring in an unified and balanced
pursuit of the Great Commission or our Lord, Jesus Christ (Matt 28:19-20): We desire
to effectively minister to all people, present the word of God passionately, love people
unconditionally and develop and equip disciples for the building of God’s Kingdom.
We will unite them in Kingdom love and purpose by preaching the gospel of the
Kingdom, coupled with the teaching of the “uncompromised” Word of God.
We will employ both traditional and progressive methods that include, but are not
limited to weekly worship services, evangelism, Christian education, discipleship,
media ministry and creative outreach for children, teens, young adults, adults and
seniors. We will be focused on the holistic development of people and communities
to empower persons to receive the “Abundant Line” that Jesus came so that all
Our energy and resources will focus on developing a harvesting and healing oasis in
the Greater New Orleans area and empowering this local congregation to be living
witnesses of Christ’s Resurrection power in every place.
The Cross & The Bible:
We stand on the word of God while standing at the foot of the cross.
This is the basic principle that a Christian church should be founded on the word and at the cross.
For we believe in the word of God and Jesus Christ as our Savior.
The tree is symbolic for the Tree of Life.
The dove symbolizes the presence of the holy spirit.
God wanted to show his delight/pleasure of his son Jesus Christ being baptized which was in an image of the dove.
The dove is also symbolic for peace. Therefore the dove is representation that we have peace and furthermore that the Holy Spirit is with us.
The Praying Hands:
The praying hands symbolizes the most essential spiritual discipline which all Christians should practice.
“To be a Christian and not pray is like being a human without breath”
– Pastor P. Gaines