The gospel is the good news that God has done for us, in Jesus, what we could not do for ourselves.
Jesus lived the perfect life we could not live, died as a substitute for our sins, and rose victoriously to secure salvation for all who repent and believe in Him.
“When the goodness and loving kindness of God our Savior appeared, he saved us, not because of works done by us in righteousness, but according to his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit, whom he poured out on us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior, so that being justified by his grace we might become heirs according to the hope of eternal life.”
Our mission is to be a community of people loving our city because of the person Jesus Christ. The church is called to live this reality out individually and corporately. These are some of the ways we carry out this calling together.
We partner with several local organizations to serve our city. Our heart is to come along side each of these to support the work they are doing each day for our city.
Our global mission as The Parks Church is focused on the people of Southeast Asia, specifically Vietnam. Through relationships, God has connected us to several local ministries that are already doing great work in Vietnam. Our goal is to have long-term relationships with the government, local churches, and organizations of indigenous people who have common interest in: Church Planting, Orphan Care/Adoption, and Human Trafficking.
For The Parks Church, planting churches is a priority and passion as we strive to make deeply devoted Christ-followers. We believe the local church is the visible illustration of God to our city and world.
We plant churches so more people can hear the Gospel and respond by loving Jesus. Our goal is to plant gospel-centered, highly relational, city serving churches in and around the North Texas area.
Thank you for prayerfully considering partnering with The Parks Church financially.
We believe the Lord intends to use The Parks Church greatly for His glory. As a result, we say confidently with the apostle Paul that it is our privilege to provide people the opportunity to partner with us financially in this eternally significant work. We would be wrong to deny you the opportunity and privilege to worship through giving…
“Not that (we)I seek the gift itself, but (we)I seek for the profit which increases to your account” (Phil 4:17).