We seek to carry out our mission through a strategy that centers around four basic points. Our four points help to frame our discipleship process. We desire to see lives transformed as people encounter the Gospel, and to see people who live in true community propelled outward, declaring and demonstrating the Gospel. We believe strongly in Jesus’ words, “Behold, I am making all things new.” He has invited us to be a part of His work here, both in Acworth and Cartersville. The mission of Four Points Church is to make disciples as we share and apply the Gospel of Jesus Christ.



We know this because He sent His Son, Jesus, to pay the penalty for our sins and rebellion (John 3:16; Romans 5:8). When a person comes in contact with a love as great as this, they are forever transformed.

At Four Points, everything begins with this great LOVE.  Without it, we have no message or reason to exist.  But with it, we have a powerful force capable of melting the hardest heart. It is our desire to drench all that we do with a sincere LOVE for God and an honest and real LOVE for people who need to experience it. Like Jesus said, we want to love God and love people (Matthew 22:34-40).



Love always leads to DEVOTION. It’s why people get married. They love, so they commit their lives to one another.

At Four Points, we want to build mature Christians.  DEVOTION helps us take the necessary steps to deepen our faith. Like the first church in the book of Acts, we devote ourselves to the study of the Scripture, to worshipping with other Christians as a unified church, to preaching and teaching, and to prayer (Acts 2:42). It is our commitment that you never leave a service at Four Points without growing in your understanding and worship of Jesus, so you can leave and serve Him more thoroughly.



Every mature organism is capable of reproducing itself. PASSION is what causes a mature Christian to live as a beacon of light in a dark world (Matthew 5:14-16).

At Four Points, we fully understand the mission that Christ gave to His Church (Mark 16:15-16). We are the stewards of the greatest hope that mankind has ever known. We will not cower and we cannot be silent (Acts 4:20). We gladly leverage our temporary lives for the eternal purposes of God  (Philippians 1:21).



Great men who build great organizations begin with the end in mind. Their legacy has a lasting impact on people whom they have never met nor known.

At Four Points, it is our desire to so love God and others, devote ourselves to God, and live passionately for Him, so that our children will be quickened to continue to carry the Gospel torch long after we are gone. May all future generations in our city, surrounding areas, and the world be impacted by Jesus through our efforts for Him.


The first four words of the Bible sum it all up: “In the beginning, God…” (Genesis 1:1). It all starts with God, it’s all about God, and it’s all for God. Staying focused on God keeps our ministry, our theology, and our lives in the right place. We aren’t in the self-help business. God has not called us to make everyone feel better about themselves, but to help people realize they are nothing without God.
What God says is more important than what we think. On most Sundays, you will find us preaching through a book of the Bible, chapter by chapter, verse by verse. In 2 Timothy 3:16-17, the Apostle Paul tells us that “all Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.” It is so beautiful to see the “whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27) come into focus, as we dig deep into God’s Word each and every Sunday. 
We believe that all of Scripture and all of life finds its epicenter in the person of Jesus Christ. The Gospel is the good news that no matter what has happened in the past, there is hope for the future because of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We never graduate from or outgrow the Gospel. Every situation, every issue, and every problem we face find its answer in the Gospel. For this reason, all our worship, all our teaching, and all our ministry point us to the good news of Jesus Christ (John 5:39; Colossians 3).
We believe that on our own we can do nothing and that only through the power of the Holy Spirit can we live the life and do the work God has called us to. The model for our reliance upon the Spirit and our experience of His indwelling and empowering presence is the Lord Jesus Christ Himself, who was filled with the Spirit and entirely dependent upon His power for the performance of miracles, the preaching of the kingdom of God, and all other dimensions of His earthly ministry  (Acts 1:8; Romans 8:11; Galatians 5).