Our Core Mission
To connect military, veterans and their communities with a missional Christian family.
To reach and involve armed forces personnel in a Cornelius style ministry. From the time they take the oath of service, throughout all deployments, until returning to continued fruitful service in their home church.
Our Core Values
The Ministry to the Military exists to establish and maintain CARING New Testament fellowships, in COOPERATION with a network of like-minded groups, in order to REACH ALL PEOPLE for Christ and to TRAIN leaders for the Kingdom.
Our ministry should be evaluated, based upon our adherence to the following core values:
CARING: Expressing the love of Christ in practical ways – to others in our fellowship and in the community where God has called us to serve.
COOPERATION: We seek to be a complement to the ministry and services of our military communities. We especially desire to work along side of, instead of in competition with, like-minded organizations. This includes, but is not limited to, working alongside of our military chaplains.
REACHING: Through evangelism – to reach the spiritually disconnected soldier, sailor, marine, airman and Coast Guardsman and help them connect to a vital relationship with God through Jesus Christ; Through outreach – to discover and connect those deployed from their home or family and surround them with the support of a caring, local fellowship of faith; Through discipleship – everyone’s ultimate journey is to discover and develop their God-given purpose and talents. This is best done in a community of faith.
DIVERSITY: All People; In the body of Christ there is no preference between race, rank, sex, marital or socio-economic status. Our fellowship should reflect the people and needs of our community.
TRAINING: We are on an assembly line of recruiting, training and deploying workers for the Kingdom of God and His church around the world. Folks involved with our fellowship should learn to worship, serve and lead – whether in a military chapel, deployed to a war zone or involved in a local church.