About Us // Our mission, promise, & Initiatives
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Cultivating Leaders Intentionally Engaged in the Mission of God.
OUR PROMISE TO OUR WORKERS AND CONGREGATIONS
Rooted in the Scriptures and growing in a relationship of mutual trust and Christian love, we promise to equip, support, and encourage you in your ministries, joyfully serving together to make disciples of Jesus Christ.
OUR 2018-2021 INITIATIVES
Rooted in the Word. To move toward more excellent preaching, teaching, hearing, and understanding of the Word (2 Timothy 2:1-2).
Visitation, Listening, and Encouragement. To be present with our circuits, congregations, schools, and workers to encourage them, thank them, and give attention to the joys and challenges they are experiencing (Galatians 6:2,10).
Oneness. To nurture our growing unity, concord, and harmony (Ephesians 4:1-6).
Outreach Ministries. To encourage and support congregations and individuals in refreshing existing and developing new outreach ministries in their communities (1 Peter 2:9).
Church Planting. To encourage congregation involvement in church planting by supporting church planters in their efforts; by becoming mother congregations; and by participating in the New Church Incubator (Luke 19:10-27).
Networking and Collaboration. To develop and encourage cooperative ministry partnerships and resource sharing (Philippians 4:8-9).
Schools and Early Childhood Centers. To strengthen our existing schools and early childhood centers and expand education ministries (Matthew 19:14).
Campus Ministry. To encourage congregations toward greater evangelistic activity and efforts among college and university students (Psalm 78:1-7).
Public Policy Advocacy. To advocate for scriptural truth and provide resources in the following areas of public policy: marriage and sexuality; sanctity of life; religious freedom; and parental choice in education (Matthew 22:21).
Wellness. To provide resources that promote wellness among church workers, their families, and congregations (Mark 12:30-31).
Professional Conduct. To hold one another accountable for conduct worthy of the gospel of Christ (Philippians 1:27).
Adopted by the Board of Directors 9-11-2018