We strive to live by the
you want others to do for you, do so for them, for this is the Law and the
Prophets.” Matthew 7:12
purpose of His Servants is to get to know, serve and build the Kingdom of
an organization that will be used solely as a facility for ministry.
that motives are more important than actions and that the end does not
justify the means.
the Holy Spirit’s leading, rather than methods or programs. In other words, form follows function.
Helping people grow and mature is God’s idea, thus we want to
assist in whatever God is seeking to do in each person’s life.
strive to serve the individual and help them relate to Jesus as Lord of
their lives by:
a long-term interest in each individual’s life and not sacrificing
people for the ministry or project.
that everyone has great value and a place in the body of Christ.
every person to relate directly with the Lord, developing a dependent
walk with the Father through His Son Jesus – Our Lord, Guide and
those that are weak, building on the qualities that are already
strong, complimenting more than criticizing.
Our purpose is not to change anyone’s personality, but to
encourage them into Christ-likeness.
to help people develop strengths and spiritual gifts and find their
places of service in the body of Christ.
believers to develop their convictions and learn how to think for
are presently focusing on the prevention of root issues by the publishing
and promotion of:
An Ounce of
Prevention – Preventing the Homosexual Condition in Today’s Youth.
An easy reading book designed to give understanding,
compassion, Biblical truth and a challenge to the community of Faith.
What’s A Father
To Do? – Facing Parents’ Toughest Issues-a
small booklet for both genders, but
specifically a practical help and challenge for fathers in raising
Celebrating God’s Design -
a 12-session curriculum series that takes a balanced and Biblical look
at important youth issues including gender confusion, tolerance and
challenging family dynamics.
relevant books and material that help families face cultural
challenges and issues.
partner with various other ministries and movements that strengthen the
family and confront cultural issues.