8 Core Values

Intimacy with God

God looks for consecrated men and women who lead from an intimate relationship with God. The world needs people who are deep in their spiritual lives. True intimacy with God occurs through intentional effort over a long period of time as your relationship grows deeper. Romans 8:14-17

Passion for the Harvest

God looks for men and women who share a passion for those without Christ. Jesus came to “seek and to save that which was lost.” God desires that everyone be reached with the life-transforming power of the Gospel. Matthew 9:35-38

Visionary Leadership

God looks for men and women who are biblically committed to cast vision, set goals, mobilize the Body of Christ, and overcome obstacles in order to reach the nations for Christ. Proverbs 29:18

Culturally Relevant Evangelism

God looks for men and women who live and teach the Gospel with cultural relevance, sensitivity, and power so that the eternal truth of the Gospel will be understood and received in every culture of the world. I Corinthians 9:19-27

Multiplication of Leaders

God looks for men and women who disciple, coach, and mentor other leaders, who in turn become leaders of leaders that effectively train others. Excellent leaders multiply themselves by raising up other leaders. II Timothy 2:2

Family Priority

God looks for men and women who are convinced that the family is God’s building block for society and make their family a priority in developing leaders. God ordained the family and provides guidelines for developing a healthy, strong family. Family is the first place that each person should prioritize for their love and leadership. Ephesians 5:22-6:9


God looks for men and women who are faithful stewards of finances, time, and spiritual gifts in their personal lives and ministries, with the result that people are reached with the Gospel. Matthew 25:14-30


God looks for men and women of integrity who live holy lives that are accountable to God and to the Body of Christ. Integrity glorifies God, protects leaders from stumbling, and encourages growth. II Timothy 4:1-7