Make Disciples

The Great Commission

The mission of the church is abundantly clear: Make Disciples. In
Matthew 28:18-20, Jesus commands all His followers to “make disciples of all nations.” Not only does He tell us what to do, but also how to do it. The 2 steps in making a disciple are: 1) To baptize them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and 2) to teach them to obey all that He has commanded us. Baptism comes after a person has professed faith in Jesus, but how are we to teach others to obey all of Jesus’ commands? Here at Crosslink we use a disciple making tool called, G3.

Interested in G3 Disciple Making?

G3 is a 1-on-1 journey to discuss what it means to be a disciple and how to help others become disciples. It is an intentional tool designed to multiply disciples with a simple process that any believer can do. To learn more and sign up to go through G3, simply click the link below.


The Gospel was never meant to stay within the four walls of the church. In Acts 1:8, Jesus tells the church to start in the town they live and move outward to the ends of the earth. We recognize the magnitude of this need and want to reach out as far as we can. Here at Crosslink, we are blessed to be able to participate in a number of local, national, and international partnerships to help make disciples throughout the world. From volunteering in our local schools, to partnering with a church plant in the Bronx, to serving people in Haiti, Crosslink is passionate about missions. To learn more and see where we are going, please click the link below.


The call to make disciples begins at home. In Deuteronomy 6:7, the Lord tells parents they are to teach His commands to their children. Here at Crosslink, we want to partner with parents to come alongside them as they seek to disciple their children. Our Crosslink Kids are babies to 5th graders who meet during Sunday Worship for fun lessons and age-appropriate worship. Crosslink Students is made up of middle and high school students who meet on Sunday evenings for games, Bible lessons, and small group discussion. Please check out the links below for more info.