It is our sincere desire to build intercessory and relational bridges between man and God and between God and man for personal spiritual revival, for the salvation of the world, and for ministerial effectiveness (Ephesians 6:18-19).
It is our sincere desire to be an organization exclusively separated to serve and please Christ by intentionally imitating Him in Christlike character, competence, and commitment (Romans 12:1-2; Hebrew 12:14; 1 Peter 1:14-15).
It is our sincere desire to be a place where believers of like faith can live in harmony in Christian worship, fellowship, and partnership to help members of the body of Christ, and to reach out in compassion to a hurting world (Matthew 9:35-10:1; 18:19-20).
It is our sincere desire to be available to give our very best to the service of Christ by seeking and cultivating ways to serve instead of being served—locally and globally (Matthew 20:25-28; Mark 10:45).
It is our sincere desire to be careful and faithful with our use of the resources God has entrusted to us and to treat everyone who works with us with equitable fairness (Matthew 20:8; Luke 19:13; 1 Corinthians 4:2).
It is our sincere desire to be alert to what is going on in our world and to seek God’s wisdom to know how to respond strategically, proactively, and lovingly, as light and salt in darkened world (1 Chronicles 12:32; Hosea 4:6).