Over the last 7 yrs God has blessed AFO  with opportunities to serve her Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and Uttermost parts of the World through a variety of means and opportunities. These have included short-term mission trips that has mobilized nearly 500 missionaries, seen the sponsorship of 20 Children in the Nation of Ecuador through the I- reach program and participated in numerous Disaster Relief efforts including places such as West Virginia, Marion SC, Texas, Kentucky and more.

Because we believe God’s primary purpose of reaching the World is through the local church we have always sought partnerships with the local church everywhere we go. It is in this that God has began to lead us to our next step of extending and helping complete his plan of redemption of reaching and teaching the world the message of Jesus Christ through planting a mother church who’s vision is to reproduce itself in various parts of the world through intentional finical giving, training and equipping of other leaders and disciples and sending teams and individuals to help with this endeavor of seeing churches birthed amongst towns, villages who ultimately are Acts 1:8 witnesses.

Not only is the vision of planting an AFO Church that plants other churches but we also desire to see this particularly lived out in becoming a multiethnic reflection as Revelation 5 describes when it speaks of there being a people from every tribe, tongue and language worshiping before the throne of the Lamb declaring his worship. In essence we believe the vision for AFO is to seek to bring the kingdom that will one day be for all eternity lived out today in reflection of what is to come!

In essence all of this can be summed up in our pursuit of keeping the Great Commandment given by Jesus to love God Completely and ourselves correctly and our neighbors compassionately that leads to the fulfillment of the Great Commission of baptizing and teaching all the Nations what it means to obey and follow everything that our Master has taught!


A High & Lofty View Of God

We are committed, through the Spirit’s enabling power, to teach a high and lofty view of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. All our actions, teaching, prayer, mission, and spiritual transformation will be driven by our view of God.

The Transformative Gospel Of Grace

We are committed, through the Spirit’s enabling power, to be a community that invites and seeks out the wounded, the brokenhearted, and the marginalized so that they can be transformed by the Gospel of Grace into the image of Jesus, joining Him on His mission to transform the world.

We are committed, through the Spirit’s enabling power, to the belief that Grace is Jesus Himself coming to live in and through His people. Life in the Kingdom is empowered by the King of Kings, not human effort.

Kingdom Partnerships

We are committed, through the Spirit’s enabling power, to partner with other churches that desire to advance the Kingdom. We will not compete with other churches.

Multiethnic & Multigenerational Diversity

We are committed, through the Spirit’s enabling power, to multiethnic and multigenerational diversity.


We are committed, through the Spirit’s enabling power, to ministry excellence. Ministry excellence is worship! Our systems and structures must function with excellence in order to steward the people of All For One Church .

Leadership Development

We are committed, through the Spirit’s enabling power, to leadership development. The Church rises or falls on the shoulders of Her leaders; therefore, every member must be seen as a “royal priest” and a leader.

People Over Production

We are committed, by the Spirit’s enabling power, to value people for more than what they can produce. We will not prostitute people over and against their spiritual health and transformation.

Servant Community

We are committed, by the Spirit’s enabling power, to develop a biblical, servant-hearted community, in which we serve each other through our grace-gifts as we serve in our spheres of influence by being the heart, hands, and feet of Jesus.


We are committed, by the Spirit’s enabling power, to be a missionary community. Therefore, we will present the timeless truth in a relevant way.

GenerosityWe are committed, by the Spirit’s enabling power, to financial generosity. We cannot out give our God; therefore, we will teach and live biblical financial stewardship. One day we hope to give away 30% of our income.


“In essentials unity. In non-essentials liberty. In all things love.”

– St. Augustine

Our essential beliefs are intended to be the basis for fellowship. There will always be peripheral doctrines that committed Christians disagree upon, but the essential beliefs of Christianity are non-negotiable. Below is a list of AFO’s essential beliefs.

The Bible Is the Inspired Word of God

The Old and New Testament are verbally inspired by God, the only written revelation from God to man. The Bible is infallible and the authoritative rule of faith and conduct for mankind (2 Timothy 3:15–17; 2 Thessalonians 2:13; 2 Peter 1:21).

The One True God

God is called by many different names in the Bible because of the different dimensions of His personality, but God is one (Deuteronomy 6:4; Matthew 22:37). God is super-dimensional and eternally self-existent (John 8:54–59). God is love, sovereign, omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent. He is the creator of the heavens and the earth (Genesis 1-2). While God is one, He is also a tri-personal being known as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19).

Jesus: The God-Man

Jesus the Messiah (Christ) is the second person of the tri-personal God. The eternal Son of God became man without ceasing to be God (John 1:1–14; Philippians 2:5–11). The Scripture

declares His virgin birth (Matthew 1:18–23); His sinless life (Hebrews 7:26; 1 Peter 2:22; 1 John 3:4-5); His miracles (Acts 2:22; 10:37–38); His substitutionary death on the cross (2 Corinthians 5:21; 1 Peter 2:24; 1 Corinthians 15:4); His bodily resurrection from the dead (Matthew 28:1-6; 1 Corinthians 15:4); and His exaltation to the right hand of God the Father to

now function as our High Priest, Representative, Intercessor, and Advocate (Acts
1:9-10; Hebrews 7:25; Hebrews 9:24; Romans 8:34; 1 John 2:1-2). Jesus will come again to judge the living and the dead (1 Peter 4:5; Romans 14:9; 2 Timothy 4:1).

God the Holy Spirit

We believe that God is sovereign in bestowing spiritual gifts. It is, however, the believer’s responsibility to attempt to develop his or her sovereignly given spiritual gift(s). The baptism of the Holy Spirit occurs at conversion and is the placing of the believer into the Body of Christ. We also believe that particular spiritual gift(s) are neither essential, nor do they prove the presence of the Holy Spirit, nor are they an indication of deep spiritual experience (1 Corinthians 12:7,11; Ephesians 4:7–8). We believe that God does hear and answer prayer, in accordance with His own will, for the sick and afflicted. We believe that it’s the privilege and responsibility of every believer to minister according to the gift(s) and grace of God that is given to them. (Romans 12:1–8; 1 Corinthians 13; 1 Peter 4:10–11). The nine fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22–23) are the by-product of a Spirit-filled life and are evidence of spiritual maturity.

The Fall of Man

Man was created in the image of God (Genesis 1:26). However, by a voluntary act of the will, Adam and Eve disobeyed God (Genesis 3:6). That first sin had several repercussions. Man was excommunicated from the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:23), a curse was pronounced (Genesis 3:14–19), the process of physical death began (Genesis 2:17), and man died

spiritually (Romans 5:12–19). Sin separated humankind from God and left man in a fallen (sinful) condition, separated from the life and love of God (Romans 3:23).

The Rescuing (Salvation) of Man

The only means of salvation is Jesus the Messiah (Acts 4:12; John 14:6). He died on the cross to pay the penalty of our sins (1 Peter 2:24) and rose from the dead on the third day according

to Scripture to infuse humanity with His resurrection life. He offers each of us a pardon for our sins (Hebrews 9:26; 1 John 4:9–10) and wants us to become beloved children of God (John 1:12). When we put our faith in Christ, it triggers a spiritual chain reaction. We become the temple of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19). Our names are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life (Revelation 3:5). We become citizens of heaven (Philippians 3:20–21). We are given eternal life (John 3:16). We are adopted and become children of God (Galatians 4:4–7). Our sins are forgiven and forgotten (Hebrews 8:12). We are credited with the righteousness of Christ (Romans 4:4–5). We are born again (John 3:3). God takes ownership of us (1 Corinthians 6:20). We receive an eternal inheritance (Ephesians 1:13–14; 1 Peter 1:3–5). The evidence of salvation is twofold. The internal evidence is the direct witness of the Holy

Spirit (Romans 8:16). The external evidence is the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22–23). We become new creations (2 Corinthians 5:17) and are transformed into the image of Christ (2 Corinthians 3:18).

Eternal Security

We believe that all true Christ-followers are eternally secure through the Spirit’s power (John 6:37–40; 10:27–30; Romans 8:1, 38–39; 1 Corinthians 1:4–8; 1 Peter 1:5). We believe that it’s

the privilege of believers to rejoice in the assurance of their salvation through the testimony of God’s Word, which clearly forbids the use of Christian liberty as an occasion for the

flesh (Romans 13:13; Galatians 5:13; Titus 2:11–14). The Church and Her Mission

The Church is the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:12–27) and has a threefold purpose: to evangelize the world as His missionaries (Acts 1:8; Matthew 28:18–20; John 17:8), to worship God (1 Corinthians 12:13), and to equip God’s people for ministry (Ephesians 4:11–16; 1 Corinthians 12:28, 14:12).

Baptism in Water

The Scripture teaches that all who repent and believe in Christ are to be baptized by immersion (Matthew 28:19). Baptism is a public profession of faith in Christ. Baptism is symbolic of the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. It’s a declaration to the world that we have died to sin and have been raised with Christ to walk in newness of

life (Romans 6:4).


The Lord’s Table consists of two elements: the bread and cup. These elements are symbolic of the body and blood of Christ. Communion is a memorial of Christ’s sufferings on the cross and a celebration of our salvation. It’s an opportunity for a believer to examine himself and experience the forgiveness we possess in Christ.

The Covenant of Marriage

The Covenant of Marriage between and a man and a woman is holy, sacred, and beautiful. We view marriage as God’s divine design of a sacred covenant (a supernatural bonding) between a man and a woman (Genesis 2:23–24; Matthew 5:31–32, Matthew 19:1–12; Ephesians 5:25–33). In our fallen and broken world, relationships are often fragile. Yet, we believe that with the grace and power of God– along with the guidance of Scripture and a faithful community of believers–there is hope to have healthy marriages and to experience healing from past relationships. According to Scripture, marriage reflects the relationship between Jesus and the Church. Just as Jesus lovingly and sacrificially gave His life for His bride, the Church, the husband plays the role of Jesus by giving his life for his wife. And the wife responds to the husband’s sacrificial, loving initiatives by trusting his leadership in her family’s life, just as the Church responds to Jesus by trusting His leadership.

God’s Design for Sexuality

Through marriage, God created a place for sexual intimacy to be enjoyed through a man and a woman coming together as one. Although culture and customs have evolved in their definition of marriage, God alone, through Scripture, has the ultimate authority regarding marriage relationships (Genesis 2:24; Matthew 19:1-9; Ephesians 5:31).

Any sexual intimacy outside of marriage (between one man and one woman) is considered sexual immorality, which is identified in Scripture. This includes sexual intimacy within premarital relationships, same sex relationships, or polyamorous relationships, as well as bisexuality, adultery, bestiality, incest, or pornography (Matthew 15:19; 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, 1 Thessalonians 4:3; Hebrews 13:4).

Though sexual intimacy outside of marriage (one man and one woman) is sinful, the Gospel provides redemption and restoration to all who confess and forsake their sin, and receive love and forgiveness though Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 6:9-11, Ephesians 2:1-10; Titus 3:3-7). Likewise, since the human body is a creation of God where sexual identity is biologically determined, disagreement with one’s biological sex or gender identity only leads to emotional chaos and spiritual confusion, and is regarded as sinful in its intent (Genesis 1:27; Romans 1:26-32; 1 Corinthians 6:9-11).

Furthermore, there’s a difference between temptation (attraction) and unrepentant sin (action). Jesus was tempted in all ways as we were, yet He never sinned. We, too, don’t have to give in to sexual temptation or be held captive by sexual immorality but can walk in His forgiveness, grace, and power on a daily basis—sanctification (1 Corinthians 6:11, Galatians 5:16-17). All For One Church will be a safe place for any person struggling with sexual temptations of all kinds. For those struggling with temptation, repenting of sin, and desiring to walk in who God called them to be, we will provide grace, love, care, and direction to encourage each of us to walk in God’s upward, inward, outward love (Matthew 11:28-30, 1 Corinthians

10:13, Hebrews 2:17-18, Hebrews 4:14-16). Those whose names are written in the Book of Life will be resurrected and will stand at the judgment seat of Christ to be rewarded for their good deeds (1 Corinthians 4:5) and to enjoy God in the New Heavens and New Earth for all eternity. (Revelation 21:1-4).

The Final Judgment

There will be a final judgment in which the dead will be resurrected and judged according to their works (Matthew 25:31–46; Romans 2:1–9). Everyone whose name is not found written in the Book of Life will be consigned to hell, along with the devil and his angels (Revelation 20:11–15). Those whose names are written in the Book of Life will be resurrected and stand at the judgment seat of Christ to be rewarded for their good deeds (1 Corinthians 4:5) and enjoy God in the new heaven and new earth for all eternity (Revelation 21:1–4).