|Be assured, if you walk with Him, and look to Him, and expect help from Him, He will never fail you.
|And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God,
to those who are the called according to His purpose.
Leaders in the Workplace will become disciple makers and transformation agents.
We believe that These Leaders have been given influence, authority and resources to be used by God at this critical time in the life of the church. Leaders in the Workplace have a sphere of influence greater than they imagine; and God has appointed and anointed them for such a time as this. This is the command of the Great Commission to every Leader in the Workplace.
Leaders in the Workplace will discover God’s purpose, plan and power for joyful, Spirit-filled ministry; and He will be glorified in their work.
We believe that God intends all ministry to be joyful, exciting, powerfully effective, and fulfilling. God’s potential for ministry is found by those that choose to surrender to His purpose, sacrifice for His plan, and submit to the gifts and power of the Holy Spirit. God is searching for those in whom He can show Himself strong. His desire is for Christians in the Workplace to let their light shine, that others would see their good works and glorify their Father in Heaven (Matthew 5:16).
Leaders in the Workplace will be transformed through training in kingdom principles; becoming transformation agents in their communities.
We believe that much has been lost of the understanding of God’s ultimate plan for this age. The redemption of His children is of foundational importance. However, we were created for so much more – nothing less than becoming the Bride of His Son. We have been called to an overcoming life – the very life of Christ.
Leaders in the Workplace will embrace a lifestyle of radical discipleship; pursuing unity for the love of their King and His lost and wandering children.
We believe that the normal Christian life is the life of radical discipleship. Every Christian must take an honest account of themselves, repent from self-rule, and allow Christ to reign over their entire lives. Out of love for their Savior and King, disciples of Christ desire to know and respond to the burdens He has for His Body, and His lost and wandering children. One of His greatest desires is the unity of the church. In fact, He has been interceding for this very thing for over two thousand years (John 17:20-23). If we love Him, we will share this burden in prayer, word and ministry.