Gathering as God's redeemed people each Sunday to remember Jesus' resurrection from the dead strengthens our faith as we pray, sing, learn, and experience the sacraments of baptism and the Lord's Supper together. The Sabbath is a gift from God to be treasured and enjoyed.
Though we nurture our relationship with the Lord best through deep involvement in the local church, the Bible also calls us to make personal spiritual growth a priority. This involves things like family worship in the home, personal Bible study, prayer, evangelism, and learning through biblically-sound resources.
Generosity in giving and serving
We serve a generous God. In fact, we can't out-give him. As his redeemed people, he calls us to share the resources of time, money, and talents with which he's blessed us to build up his church, care for others, and play a role in extending the fame and glory of Jesus. Christian generosity isn't a "have to," it's a "get to."