Our Core values

These are our central and guiding values that help us navigate as we grow in the Lord together.

  • Freedom

    "It was for freedom that Christ set us free; therefore keep standing firm and do not be subject again to a yoke of slavery." - Galatians 5:1

    We believe Christ died to set us free, and that freedom is worth stewarding well. We're free to live, love, and serve!

  • biblical

    We esteem the Bible as central, inspired, authoritative and a "more sure word of prophesy (II Peter 1:19)." We value it so much that we seek to understand who the original writers were writing to and what was the historical context during which they wrote. Most importantly, the Bible should lead us to love and EXPERIENCING Jesus Christ!

  • identity

    We believe that knowing our identity, that we are first and foremost sons and daughters of the King, is the foundation for living an abundant life. Knowing how the Father feels about us gives us the courage to live, love and move forward as we partner with Him to advance His Kingdom.

  • generational

    "For the Lord is good; His lovingkindness is everlasting and His faithfulness to all generations." 

    - Psalm 100:5

    We believe in generational thinking, and that healthy interchange between the generations is vital to growth in the Kingdom. We value the young and the old and believe that all ages can be used by God.

  • empowering

    As a family of powerful people, we want to encourage each other to go after those dreams that God has placed within each of our hearts. We thrive on seeing people launched into their callings and destiny, making an impact in our world by demonstrating the reality of the Kingdom of God.

  • kingdom-minded

    "But seek first His Kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you." 

    - Matthew 6:33

    Jesus came to earth to reveal the Kingdom of God. Our focus as co-heirs with Him is not to escape this world - but to advance the Kingdom of God ON earth.

  • supernatural

    If we believe the Bible, we are compelled to go after the Supernatural in our every day lives. Hearing the voice of God, healing the sick, and performing miracles should be normal Christianity.