Core Values

As part of the family of God and citizens of His Kingdom, these are some of the core values that constitute our spiritual DNA:

We value Relationship with God.  God first made himself known as Father to mankind  and revealed Himself on earth as a Son.  We believe it’s His desire for us to know Him as Father and experience life on earth as a beloved son just like Jesus (John 3:16; Eph. 1:5).

We value Relationship as a family with each other.  God did not reveal Himself as an organization or corporation, but as a family.  Family relationship is the Kingdom lifestyle we should experience with each other on the earth (Matt. 12:48-49).

We value Transformation in individuals, families, and nations.  God’s will is for us to grow into the image of Jesus and release the Kingdom of God into our respective spheres so heaven manifests itself on the earth, that all nations would be blessed (Hab 2:14).

We value a Culture of Honor.  As the Father honors the Son, as the Son honors both the Father and Holy Spirit, and as Holy Spirit honors the Father and Son, so we should honor each other with a spirit of humility as family in God (Rom. 12:10).

We value “Sozo.”  The greek word for healing is “sozo” and is used to denote salvation, healing, and deliverance for the body, soul, and spirit throughout the New Testament.  We believe the Father’s will is complete healing leading to abundant life for all his children in the name of His Son Jesus (Acts 10:38).

We value Worship as an individual and corporate expression of love for God.  We encourage freedom in these expressions whether through dance, song, music, instruments, painting, drawing or any other creative mediums.

We value Children.  Children are the future leaders, world changers, and history makers in this world and are valued and loved by God, no matter their economic situations, race, religion, tribe, or creed.  We will invest in the children of East Africa so that the generational blessings and desires of God are fulfilled and realized.

We value the Gospel of the Kingdom.  This is the gospel that Jesus preached (Mark 1:15; Matt. 24:14) and serves as the example of what we are to still proclaim today in the earth in the power of Holy Spirit (1 Cor. 2:4-5).

We value an Optimistic Eschatology that proclaims Jesus is the Victorious Lord and releases a Gospel message of hope for the world which produces generational thinking and planning in lives, families, churches, and nations.  (Daniel 2, Isaiah 9, Col. 2:15, Rom. 8:39, Rev. 11:15)

We value Salvation as the free gift of God’s grace that it is (Eph. 2:8-10), but understand the cross is just the doorway  into a supernatural lifestyle of abundant life on earth as it is in heaven (John 10:10b; Matt. 6:10, Eph. 2:6; Eph. 1:3).

We value Forgiveness as a command from Jesus and a manifestation of grace for all whom the Lord would call out of darkness into glorious light.  We will not hold peoples’ sins against them nor see them through those sins.   We will choose to love people as they are and call people to destiny as we view them through the Father’s eyes. (2 Cor. 5, Matt 18, John 20:21-23, Matt. 6:14-15).

We value Communication.  Proper and appropriate communication is crucial to relational success, as we believe in adhering to and promoting good communication. We abhor gossip and slander in all it’s forms, and refuse to participate in forming a “triangle of woe.” We believe the model Jesus set out for us in Matthew 18 for conflict resolution should be followed first and foremost before anything else. We strive to promote healthy communication for healthy relationships.