Every need of this ministry will be obtained through prayer. We share our church vision with others and make known the specific tasks which the Lord has laid on our heart to do, but we will not raise support through prodding or manipulating our brothers and sisters in Christ with false doctrine. If this ministry is of the Lord, then He will be our Patron (Matthew 7:7-8; Philippians 4:19). If He is with us, He will direct His people to give and we will prosper for the sake of His glory and the advancement of His Kingdom. (Proverbs 11:25; 2 Corinthians 9:6-7)
We aim to never enlarge our field of labor by contracting debts. This is contrary to both the Letter and the conviction of our pastors (Deuteronomy 28:12; Proverbs 22:7; Romans 13:8). In prayer, God helping us, we will carry the needs of this ministry to the Lord and act according to the direction that He gives.
We do not compete with other ministries; rather we use the resources that God has given to us to work in partnership with them. If the Lord directs, we will sacrifice our own goals and resources in order that other mission works may be helped and the Kingdom of God increased. (Proverbs 3:5-6)
The staff that is employed full-time in this ministry is worthy of their labor. They should be afforded that which is required to live with dignity and to demonstrate that the Lord is gracious to supply the needs of His servants. To neglect their welfare would give excuse for the ungodly to bring unjust accusations against the Lord that He is either uncaring or unable to meet the needs of His servants. Those whom this ministry supports will not be given so much as to waste the Lord’s resources, acquire luxury, or live lavishly above those who so graciously give to the Lord’s work. To seek wealth and luxury in the ministry is to deny the call. (Matthew 6:24; Matthew 6:25-33; 1 Timothy 6:2-10)
Our Goal is not to advance or promote self. We are not seeking the recognition of man, but to be faithful and obedient stewards by the grace that is given to us. Our mission is to promote the Glory of God in the redemption of men through the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We want more people to meet Jesus. (Malachi 1:11; Revelation 7:9-10; Mark 16:15)