The vision of the GCA is to see the Great Commission completed. Jesus’ Great Commission includes making disciples of every ethnic group. We recognize that God’s desire from the beginning of human history is that all people, created in His image, would live in relationship with Him, through faith in Jesus. Our heart beats with His concerning the significance of every race. With that in mind, and with the issues our society is currently witnessing, we seek to hear, understand, and acknowledge the concerns of our African American brothers and sisters. God is a God of justice and equity and we affirm the importance of those attributes in our society. Black lives more than just matter; they are infinitely valuable to God and to us as well.
As a ministry we are committed to striving for justice and equity, recognizing that these are godly ideals that cannot be separated from the Gospel or the Great Commission. Christians throughout history have helped the needy, served the underprivileged, and worked for the cause of justice. Today we stand on their shoulders, striving for these same things, committed to the cause of the Gospel, and the hope of peace, unity, and salvation it alone affords.