- God’s Love – Being a redeemer, He loves all people so much that He sent His son to die for us (John 3:16).
- God’s Purpose – He means for us to participate in His redemption strategy for the earth (Matthew 28:18-20).
- God’s Planting – We are sent to a moment in history and to a specific place to carry out His strategy (Rev. 4:11; Ps. 139:16; Eph. 2:10 AMP).
- God’s Power – As we do His will, stepping out our territory, all things are possible through Jesus (Mat. 19:26; Phil. 4:13; Josh. 1:1-9).
- God’s Shalom – We love our neighbors of our city by pursuing their shalom (Mark 12:31; Jeremiah 29:7).
- Leadership – We lead by leveraging our passion, skills and influence in service to the well-being of others.
- Humility – This is how we go about our leadership.
- Relationships – To have lasting impact, we can only travel as fast as the speed of relationship.
- Unity – It’s the portal through which we must travel in order to engage the darkness of a fallen world at the highest level of God’s power working through us.
- Audacity – Our reliance is upon Jesus, and any act of real faith is, at its core, audacious.
- Identity – We dare declare a future because we know Who our Father is and who He says we are in Him.
- Service – We seek and serve the Wilberforce’s that our city might become the vision God has for us.
- We are initiating an action oriented movement – not launching another program.
- Our vision should be high enough that something evil dies because we exist.
- Our actions are driven by our love for God and our neighbor while guided by a Biblical worldview.
- We model our movement after the Clapham Circle and work with all persons of good will so that all citizens are benefited.
- We are unabashed followers of Jesus Christ of Nazareth.