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What We Believe
Paradigm Shift Ministries is church for people on the go.
For over 120 years, we have been reaching people who are not currently being reached through traditional models of ministry.
What began as a basketball outreach is now a global movement of youth and young adults who want to see their faith change the world for the better.
Our goal is to reimagine and reignite the local church by empowering people to pray, grow and serve together both online and in the community.
Click here to learn more about Paradigm Shift.
[v. reech] to stretch, to strive for, to move from your comfort zone.
[v. kuh-nekt] to come together, to unite, to become one body.
[v. trans-fawrm] to change, to grow, to be made new.
[v. in-spahyuhr] to be given vision, to be set free.
In the Community
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"For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them." - Ephesians 2:10 (ESV)
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Tonight we continued the #GodOfOurFathers campaign by looking at how Moses chose faith over the pleasures of the world. In this new year, let’s make a commitment to pursue faith, hope and love even as the world tells us it’s better to be divided. Only the love of Christ can break down the walls that Read more about Six Thirty Saturday Nite (Enduring Faith) – December 31, 2016[…]
Merry Christmas everyone! Remember that Jesus is much more than a baby born in a manger; He is our Savior, our Friend and our King. He is the promised Messiah who can save us from both sin and death. May your hope begin Him today and into the new year. Be blessed!
Full video from this year’s production of “A Created… Christmas” featuring local musicians from central Ohio. Since 2005, over 70 youth, young (and no-so-young) adults have performed under the Created… Music Project banner everywhere from soup kitchens to sports stadiums. Our 11th annual Christmas concert was streamed live across Facebook, Periscope, Twitter and YouTube from Read more about 2016 A Created… Christmas Concert (Full Video)[…]
This week, we continued our advent series by looking at the resurrection of Christ because there is no Christmas without Easter. Billions of people celebrate His birth every year because He conquered sin and death. The grave could not hold Him; He is the promised Messiah.
This week, we continued our Advent series by looking at what it means to have God as our Father. God loves us more than we can imagine, even when we don’t deserve it. Like the prodigal son, it’s time for us to come home. Be sure to find a place where you can celebrate the Read more about Six Thirty Saturday Nite (Our Father) – December 3, 2016[…]
For the first week of our Advent series, we looked at a prophecy made by Micah 700 years before the birth of Christ. Jesus was and is the promised Prince of Peace who would be born in the little town of Bethlehem. #630SN #ChurchOnTheGo #Advent #Christmas
The final week of our look at the Patriarchs takes us to Egypt where Joseph is sold into slavery by his brothers but eventually ends up as Pharaoh’s right hand man. We all will experience ups and downs in life, but God never stops working. We can trust in His good plan. Let us be Read more about Six Thirty Saturday Nite (Joseph’s Journey) – November 19, 2016[…]
Welcome to Six Thirty Saturday Nite. Tonight, we are going to look at the story of Jacob, who would overcome his own troubled past to become the father of the twelve tribes of Israel. But before we get to that, I want to take a moment to address the pain and fear I have seen Read more about Six Thirty Saturday Nite (A New Nation) – November 12, 2016[…]
Tomorrow is Election Day here in the United States. Our nation has become bitterly divided over a great many issues, including whether or not our chosen candidates are fit for office. We live in uneasy times, but as the Church, we should be the bearers of Good News despite the political turmoil. However, one aspect Read more about Ambassadors of the King (Election Day)[…]