There are many principles, or beliefs that we can choose to guide our ministry and help us make decisions. But the list must be limited. After much consideration leadership team chose next principles:

  • Pleasing the Lord
  • Welcome One Another
  • According to the Bible
  • Passionate in Spirit
  • Bridge the Generational Gap

Pleasing the Lord

We aim to please the Lord in whatever we do in youth ministry. Through relationships, services, interactions, games, activities, choir, etc.

try to discern what is pleasing to the LordEphesians 5:10

Welcome One Another

We seek to welcome one another, even though we are different. God welcomed us through Christ. It is out aim to create welcoming atmosphere, where people who visit or interact with us feel welcomed.

Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of GodRomans 15:7

According to the Bible

We value and are guided by the Word of God. We center the ministries around the Word of God and seek opportunities to proclaim it. We preach the Bible. We organize activities to study the Bible, and live according to what Bible teaches.

How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to your word. – Psalm 119:9

Passionate in Spirit

We work hard and with our heart in the ministry. We aren’t careless, idle, or lazy. We want to do ministry with passion, intensity, as for the Lord. We want our youth to be passionate about the things of God.

Do not be slothful in zeal, be fervent in spirit – Romans 12:11

Bridge the Generational Gap

We want to learn from those with more experience. We want to serve those with less. We want people of different ages to fit with us and feel welcomed. We build bridges with people of all ages.

We will go with our young and our old… for we must hold a feast to the LORD – Exodus 10:9