We believe that all people bear the image of God (Genesis 1:27). Each soul is precious to Him and therefore precious to us.
We believe in God’s unconditional grace and genuine forgiveness and strive to extend it to all we encounter as it was once extended to us on the cross (Ephesians 2:8-10).
We believe that only Jesus can heal, restore, and give everlasting life (John 14:6). As we bear witness to the transformation in our own lives and the lives of the children we encounter, we are encouraged to know that in our weakness he is strong.
When God created the world, He intended for all children to grow up in a family where they would be loved and cared for (1 timothy 5:8). God Himself models this by adopting us as His sons and daughters and extending to us His unconditional love (2 Corinthians 6:18).
Whether biological, extended, foster, or adoptive, we strive to ensure that all the children we work with are connected to a family (James 1:27 and Matthew 25:35-45).
We are honored to have been trusted with the precious children God gifted into our care. We believe that we are accountable not only to them and to all who support us, but to the God who sees all and cares even for sparrows (Matthew 10: 29-31; 25:23).
In addition, we take full responsibility for any resources God entrusts in our stewardship. All gifted resources are used to serve the children we have been blessed with (1 Peter 4:10).
We understand that good intentions are not enough to make a positive difference and therefore believe in seeking knowledge and wisdom in our approach to this work (Proverbs 19:2). Our methods are rooted in research-based principles and scriptural truths.
There is tremendous power and beauty in unified people working for the same cause (1 Corinthians 12:12-13). We value the partnership we have with the local community and believe that our diverse skills, experiences, and perspectives reflect the Kingdom of God (Revelation 7:9) and make us better-equipped to do his work.