The following Core values reveal our identity as a ministry for the glory of the King of the Nations – Jesus. These determine how we live on the journey to accomplish the Vision the Father has given to us to fulfill.
Exaltation, Evangelism, Equipping, Exhortation, Encouragement, Empowerment, Expectation.
- Exaltation – we are a people that understand that our most important ministry is to exalt our King and honor Him through all that we say and do. It is our passion to exalt God by loving Him with all our heart, mind, soul and strength, and our primary reward as sons and daughters is the calling we have to know Him intimately through a personal relationship (Acts 13:1-2, Mark 12:29-30, John 17:3, Matthew 6:6).
- Evangelism – we are a people who understand the Father’s heart for people that Messiah Jesus died for, and we are to go to them with the good news of the gospel to call them to repent and obey the Lord Jesus (Matthew 9:37-38, John 4:23, Romans 1:5).
- Equipping – we are a people that understand that we must be equipped for the calling that rests upon each believer in Messiah. It is through the dynamic of discipleship, which flows out of relationships, that this is accomplished (Matthew 28:19-20, I Corinthians 4:14-16, II Timothy 2:2).
- Exhortation – we are a people that understand that to walk together in the ways of the Kingdom in today’s culture we must speak into one another’s life. This mutual accountability and submission to one another flows out of relationship and covenant principles found in the Scriptures (Ephesians 5:21, Hebrews 3:12-13, I Thessalonians 5:12-14).
- Encouragement – we are a people that understand that to walk together we must build each other up in love by serving one another. This is often done through personal ministry, intercession, speaking life-giving words and simply fellowshipping with each other (Galatians 5:13, Philippians 2:4, I Corinthians 14:3).
- Empowerment – we are a people who understand that it is only through the empowering work of the Holy Spirit that we can accomplish the Father’s will (Ephesians 5:18, Acts 1:8, John 15:5).
- Expectation – we are a people who understand that we live today with the expectation of the second coming of Jesus. This reality challenges us to keep “oil in our lamps” and to “love His appearing”, by walking in the fear of the Lord and separating ourselves from the spirit of this age (Matthew 25:1-13, Titus 2:11-13, II Timothy 4:8).