Our Beliefs


To free wounded people who are enslaved and addicted
by the blood of Jesus Christ through the Power of the
Holy Spirit to restore right relationship with God the Father.



Acts 2:42-47


1. SCRIPTURAL AUTHORITY - "A More Successful way of life"

"All Scripture (is) given by inspiration of God and (is) profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works" and find a more successful life (2Timothy 3:16-17).


No matter how bad you have missed the mark or how far down the scale you have gone, God has a redemptive plan for everyone's life (John 3:16, Eph. 1:7, Romans 3:23, Matt. 9:13).


Our purpose at OutCast Ministries is to use our spiritual gifts, talents, abilities, and resources to create an environment for all people to encounter Jesus and follow Him (1 Cor. 10:31).

4. DIVINE DEVELOPMENT - "Relationship and Community"

We want you to live life in a safe "I belong" relational community atmosphere in order to become better disciples of Christ being transformed by His love in and through all of us here at OutCast Ministries (1 John 4:16).

5. RELATIVE EVANGELISM - "Intimate Invitation"

Because of the transformation in our own lives, we are compelled to go out into all the world and tell others about Christ and invite them to come and experience the abundant life (John 10:10, Matthew 28:18-20).




Interested in who leads OutCast Ministries Inc
Visit our Leadership page.





John's baptism was called "a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins." (Mark 1:4). Those baptized by John acknowledged their sins and professed their faith that through the coming Messiah they would be forgiven. Baptism is significant in that it represents the forgiveness and cleansing from sin that comes through faith in Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:19).



Communion is the distinctive right of Christian worship, instituted by our Lord Jesus Christ upon the eve of His atoning death, being a religious ritual partaking of bread and wine, which, having been presented before God the Father in thankful memorial of Christ's inexhaustible sacrifice, thus becoming the sacramental blessing, the communion of the body and blood of Christ (1 Corinthians 11:26).