Our Code of Conduct
These are brief statements about the ministerial ethics by which our ministry to the military is conducted. If you have any questions or comments about them we would be happy to discuss them with you. Simply email us your questions or comments.
Evangelism is the mandate of Jesus Christ to the Church and the obligation of each of His followers. The Lord commands us to go out and make disciples of all people on the earth. Each person is first responsible to evangelize in their own family as the Holy Spirit leads them and gives them the ability; and then in their wider sphere of influence: their friends, people in their work places, and so on to the farthest reaches of the earth.
Call of Christ
Jesus Christ has called us to be evangelists and has equipped us with particular gifts of the Holy Spirit. Having been specifically called to the military as our missions field we communicate His Word to all servicemen and women and their families as He enables and gives us the opportunity, calling them in Jesus’ name to repentance and faith in Jesus alone for salvation.
The call to Jesus Christ is a call to discipleship. Converts are to be nurtured in their spiritual growth to maturity. We therefore, provide as much follow-up and spiritual care as possible for those who come to faith in Jesus in this ministry.
The Church is the body of Christ on earth. Its inception, growth, health, and extension are central to world evangelization. In military ministry we work with, through, and help equip other local churches to advance the cause of Christ and the salvation of the lost among the military. The establishment of a network of Pentecostal military ministries is part of our vision.
The call of Christ is a call to godly living. Therefore, we are committed to lead lives of holiness, purity, and honesty so as to bring honor to Jesus Christ in the church and before the world.
God is the creator and owner of everything. Recognizing this truth, we will be faithful stewards of all that God gives us. We will stand accountable to God and others in our personal finances, and in the finances of our ministry.
Our Inner Life
The call to Christ is a call to personal, dynamic fellowship with Him and a growing spiritual maturity. Thus, we will exercise the Christian disciplines and yield ourselves unreservedly to Christ’s lordship to be filled with, and controlled by the Holy Spirit.
Understanding that our commitment is first to the Lord Jesus Christ, we see our family as a gracious and sacred gift and responsibility given to us by Him. Therefore, we will be faithful to that sacred trust.