We see burning hearts that are broken and weeping for lost people; hearts that are consumed and compelled to tell the most incredible love story of all time: the story that says, “You matter to God. so much so that He personally took a sledge hammer and beat down the wall of sin between you and Him by having His son pay the penalty instead of you.” (Matthew 28:19-20)
We hear a church where the music melts the hardest of hearts; where worship is a witness, winning the minds of disbelief and drawing believers even closer to their Father. We see God showing His mighty power at every service as we usher in the presence through our worship. (Psalm 95:6)
We see people with the heart of Mother Theresa; with weathered and worn hands eager to serve rather then be served; passionate servants who clearly see the bigger picture. that exchanging eighty + years of temporary pleasure for the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people, is of no loss but of only great gain. (Philippians 2:3&4) 
We see husbands and wives who value their marriage and their families above their careers or their hobbies; who crucify “self” in order to sacrificially love and care for their life time mate. Husbands and wives who see their spouse as their primary ministry.(Ephesians 5:21-31)
We see a family who intentionally loves, aggressively protects, and mindfully builds-up one another; a place where encouragement and forgiveness are practiced and gossip and slander are not tolerated. (I Timothy 5:8)
We see excited people who have redefined “church”. not as a one hour, once a week quota to be met. but as a twenty-four hour, seven day a week lifestyle to be experienced. Where nurture and accountability combine to produce unparalleled spiritual growth in the life of a believer; from gatherings around a thanksgiving dinner to gatherings on a golf-course, real friends. Giving to one another out of their lack and confronting one another in spite of their fear. (Psalm 122:1)
God’s Guests
We see anxious hearts, walking cautiously through our doors wondering, “Why did I let her drag me here this morning?” Hearts that long for belonging but wonder, “What are these people like?” I see our church family willingly becoming uncomfortable for Christ. We don’t hide in our circle of friends or in the back row but instead, we befriend our guests, take them by the hand, sit down with them, sing with them, laugh with them, learn with them and lovingly enfold them into our church family. We understand that each guest that walks through our doors has been drawn here by God Himself and entrusted to us to love and lead into His family. (Colossians 4:5&6)
Youth & Children
We see a church that empowers, trains and entrusts young people to become the leaders of today. We see children leading adults into the very face of God. We see children praying for and caring for their friends. We see our children learning what it means to be a follower of Christ and then leading by example. (I Timothy 4:12)
Lastly, We see a church that is empowered, protected, and provided for through prayer. A church where on every day of every month of every year, someone is on their face before their King praying and fasting for His mission. We see our church filled with power as result. (II Chronicles 7:14)