What We're All About
At Revolution we know we're Better Together. We know that life is hard, but life is better when we're together. We a group of people helping one another take the next step in life. None of us have it all figured out, but we're walking with Jesus, together.
We define church as a movement on a mission. The church is not a building with stained glass, pews, and a steeple. There's nothing wrong with those elements, and there's nothing wrong with a building, but that's not the church. We believe the church is a group of people that are moving more toward Jesus together, and we invite you to join us on that journey.
Revolution is a church for people who don't connect with church as usual. If you visit our Logansport campus you might think this as you're pulling up. "Huh, this sure doesn't look like a church." If you visit on a Sunday you might leave thinking "huh, that didn't feel like the churches I've been in." As you'll read in our values below we believe that church should be fun. Sunday is a party! And the people that make up Revolution are real people. No need for fake smiles or wearing your Sunday best. We try not to use churchy language or do things for tradition's sake. We want next steps to be simple and understandable, and we're ready to connect with you.
At Revolution we imagine3:20. We dream big and act bold! Revolution is full of big dreamers and people willing to act boldly. We truly believe that God is just getting started with this movement, and as we step out in faith, the best is yet to come.
We will do anything short of sin to reach people far from Christ. The mission of the church is to reach as many people with the hope of Jesus that we can in our limited amount of time. Revolution is very intentional with this. We started the church with the phrase "Do church different" to speak to that mission, but we never do things for the sake of difference. It's all about connecting with people far from Jesus, to bring them into a growing relationship with Him.
In the Old Testament book of Joshua, God told the Hebrew people to take twelve large stones, one for each of the twelve tribes of Israel, from the Jordan River and set them up as a memorial. This memorial was meant to serve as a reminder to the nation of God's faithfulness over their history and a challenge for moving forward. At Revolution we have 12 statements that remind us that God has blessed our movement in the past, but that also focus us on who we are as a church as we look into the future knowing the best is yet to come. These are our twelve stones...