Valleybrook has three major elements that make up God’s unique blueprint for our church. Over the past several years, God has birthed each of these BIG THREE for His glory.
Do you want to get well?
“Do you want to get well?” is the question Jesus asks in John 5:6. As a church, Valleybrook has answered with a resounding “Yes!” Our heart as a church is that people right here in our community would find healing and freedom in and through Jesus, in all those areas where they’ve felt trapped, gotten stuck, been wounded, and experienced the sorrow of brokenness and sin. Over the past several years, Jesus has brought about amazing life change in our community – signs and wonders of His greatness and love – as we have embraced His call to become a church where people can get well and live the more and better life God created them for. If you respond to Jesus’ question like we do, by saying “Yes!”, and if you want to continue getting well as Jesus continues to heal you and free you throughout your life, Valleybrook is the church for you!
A conduit of blessing to the nations
Over the past several years, God has clearly called Valleybrook Church to become a conduit of blessing, not only to our local community but to the nations. In that time, we’ve seen God call us to Ethiopia, India, Thailand, and Mexico, along with the City of New Orleans, the people of Adrian, Michigan, and the homeless population right here in Eau Claire. Our church community hungers to see the people and the world around us with His eyes, and to bless them with what He’s so abundantly given to us.
A house of prayer for all people
Valleybrook Church is called to be a House of Prayer. This means that God has birthed a desire in us to be a part of what He is doing, as He brings His Kingdom and His will to this earth. We pray to inherit God’s will in place of our own. Prayer is the foundation of everything we do at Valleybrook, because we’re not asking God to bless our plans – we’re seeking to find out what He is blessing so we can stand in agreement with it. And the best part is, He’s communicating it to us all the time!