Our Story

Christian Provision Ministries began in a very small building with a very small number of members. As time passed, many new families were added, and the church outgrew the available space. With much prayer, land had been purchased for a new building. Along with this land came 5 apartments and 140 acres. In 2009, Christian Provision Ministries moved onto a new ministry campus featuring a 700 seat worship facility, with plans to expand the ministry by adding a family life center, single family homes, senior housing facility and a business complex.

Christian Provision Ministries is a place where people from all walks of life fit in and find opportunities to grow. The church's primary purpose is to love people, to change lives and build communities and to instruct them on how to establish and develop a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Over the years we have seen God do amazing things through CPM and we pray God continues to allow this ministry to change lives and build communities.



Mission & Beliefs

CHANGING LIVES AND BUILDING COMMUNITIES

We want to be a church that plays a greater role in strengthening communities.



What We Believe

Christian Provision Ministries believes the Bible to be without contradiction or error.

We believe there is one God eternally existent in the triune personage of the Eternal Spirit, identified and related to as God the Father, Jesus Christ, the Son and the Person of the Holy Spirit.

We believe the redemptive work of Christ on the cross provides healing for the human body in answer to the believer’s prayer.

We further believe that salvation achieved through confession of the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior is essential to personal regeneration.

We believe that through the baptism of the Holy Spirit according to Acts 2:4 is given to believers who ask for it.

We believe in the giving of tithes (10 percent) and offerings according to Malachi 3:10.

We believe that through the baptism of the Holy Spirit, we have the power to live Holy lives in accordance with God’s word and to serve, protect, and obey the constitution of the United States.