Our vision is to provide an environment and facility to impart God’s global mission vision to God’s people so that they can better fulfill God’s ‘Great Commission.’


Vision Statement

Mission Statement

 We will accomplish our vision through a three-dimensional ministry format.  First, we will utilize our short-term missions base to introduce and connect mission-minded people to God’s heart for reaching all people with the gospel.  Next, we will provide an intensive cross-cultural missions training program to thoroughly introduce and prepare serious cross-cultural workers to recognize cultural dynamics that affect the way the gospel is presented.  This will include intensive classroom instruction and dialogue with active involvement in culturally sensitive ministry settings.  Further, we will offer a two-year Bible school program to practically develop and prepare students for missionary work.  Finally, with the completion of preparation and studies, we will work in partnership with other relationship-based proven ministries to send these Kingdom of God workers to do their part in fulfilling the Church mission (Ephesians 3:10-11).

There are certain core factors that we anticipate will be the foundation for our ministry's stability, effectiveness and consistency.  We hope to be an example of the kind of leadership that we hope to instill in those we serve based upon these core values:  

  1. Integrity:  living our lives as authentically as possible, adhering to the highest moral principles and professional excellence.  (Titus 2:7-8)

  2. Humility: living our lives transparently and modestly, carefully avoiding the temptations of pride and taking credit for what God alone deserves, as He is working in and through us. (Philippians 2:3)

  3. Sacrifice: extending our lives to serve these leaders by surrendering daily to the Lord, laying aside our own ambitions and inconveniencing ourselves for the benefit of others.  (Romans 12:1)

  4. Love: demonstrating in our words and our deeds the love, affection and passion that our Heavenly Father has for each one of His children.  (Galatians 5:13-14)

  5. Generosity: serving as much as possible the underpriviliged leaders without charge for our services.  We believe that the Lord who has commissioned us will provide the resources that we need through those who are also captured with our passion and support our work.  (Proverbs 11:24-25)

  6. Faith: walking in faith, striving to remain faithful to the Lord and what He has called us to do and trusting His faithfulness in taking care of us and watching over all our affairs.  (Luke 12:31-32)

  7. Interdependence: networking with other ministries and organizations, appreciating and collaborating cross-culturally with indigenous leaders, partnering in ministry endeavors and building the unity of the church whenever and wherever possible, as is appropriate for the covenant community of the Body of Christ.  (Romans 12:4-6)

  8. Dependence: our experience has taught us that we must always be dependentupon the Holy Spirit to accomplish what we have been called to do, to have any meaningful impact in advancing the kingdom of God and to leave a legacy worthy of serving the Lord.  (Romans 15:13)