Great Commission Focus: We prioritize church planting, evangelism and discipleship to fulfill the Great Commission. We intentionally pray and work where the gospel has not yet penetrated.
Indispensable Power: The Holy Spirit, Lord of the Harvest, empowers His workers. We join Him by praying diligently, listening carefully, thinking strategically, and expecting great things.
Indigenous Product: We come alongside indigenous leaders and churches who want to reproduce and help them to plant churches that are healthy, indigenous, self-supporting,
reproducing, and interdependent.
Universal Principles: We determine to build on unquestionably biblical foundations by using transferable principles and fruitful practices that are rooted in the New Testament.
Empowering Process: We are called to serve. We do not seek to own, control or call ministries our own. Rather, we develop, empower and release healthy church planters, trainers and coaches.
Untapped Potential: We affirm the priesthood of all believers and invest in mobilization of teams that include non-professional and bi-vocational workers.
Transformational Ministry: The Great Commandment shapes the way we obey the Great Commission. Therefore we integrate words and deeds, compassion and proclamation, social and spiritual needs.
Healthy Partnerships: The unfinished task is great and Spirit-led cooperation is powerful. We partner with others to develop Acts 19 places where disciples, workers and churches are multiplied.
Learning Posture: We continually observe, learn, listen and evaluate because God is always doing new things to penetrate cultures and groups with the gospel.
Multiplication Emphasis: We want our greatest energy and effort to go toward efforts that multiply disciples, servant leaders and kingdom communities.
For more information and resources see Ott and Wilson, Global Church Planting – Biblical Principles and Fruitful Practices or global church planting resources