Mission & Values

Our Mission Statement

“We care for people, investing our lives into theirs for a return that pleases God.”

Our Core Values

Values are deeply held beliefs about what is good, right, and appropriate.
They don’t change with what’s expedient in a particular situation. For
Christians, values emerge from our faith. Scripture is a powerful source of
our values, as God’s Word gives us authoritative guidance in many areas
and a framework for understanding what’s right and wrong.

Behaviors are the actions that team members perform every day. Our Core
Values must be translated into actual behaviors before they’re accepted as
real and beneficial in more than a theoretical way. Behavior reveals our true
values. We can say anything we want, but when our behaviors don’t align
with our stated values, it’s clear that our stated values are not our true


The abundance mindset is about seeing the glass as “half full”
rather than half empty. It’s based on the belief that there is more than
enough of everything to go around – for everyone.

The abundance mindset allows us to be in true service2 to others, as
opposed to serving others to get something, which of course is really
selfishness, pretending to be service.


Conation is a purposeful mode of striving or working for a
desired outcome.3 It is a conscious, intentional effort to carry out selfdetermined
acts. Conation asks questions like…

• What do I want;
• How will I get it;
• Why does it matter;
• When will I have it; and
• Who can help me?

…and then turns the answers to those questions into real progress towards the
achievement of those desired outcomes.


Clarity means having an unfettered view of your vision, which is
what you want and why you want it, fed by an understanding of its purpose
and value.


Community means intentionally placing high value on and the highest priority on people, our interactions and our


Trust is your willingness to rely on my character, ability, strength,
and truth—and my willingness to rely on yours. While the Bible is clear that
the only valid object of complete trust should be God, it is also clear that we
should live our lives as trustworthy people.6

We should think of trust is a characteristic of relationship established
between two—the trustor and the trustee. As such, there is no such animal
as “one-sided” trust. It always takes two. This is true not only of trust
between people, but also of trust between people and companies or