• Jesus is the head of the church. We unite to exalt, seek and make Him known. (Eph. 1:22-23)


  • The depth of our relationships must match the breadth of our goal. (John 17:20-22)
  • We grow beyond merely accommodating one another toward valuing (and therefore needing) one another. We consider each other better than ourselves, looking to others’ interest above our own. (Philippians 2:3-4)


  • The goal of our partnership, prayer and fellowship together is to see God’s glory spread throughout a campus and beyond. (Acts 1:7-8)


  • Prayer is how we commune with God. God brings unity through His voice as we pray together. (Acts 4:31-32) From this interaction, God directly intervenes to transform us and our campuses.
  • The battle for every step of transformation must first be won in the spiritual realm before we will see victory in the physical realm. (2 Cor. 10:3-4; Eph. 6:12)


  • We practice Biblical integrity with regard to character, relationship and lifestyle choices. This requires repentance, humility and holiness in each of our lives. (1 Peter 5:5-6)
  • God-focused, personal purity enables us to best see God and be directed by Him. (Gal. 5:16-17; Acts 19:18-20; James 5:16-18)


  • Mission will always flow out of Christ-centered prayer and transformation-focused relationships. Jesus the King will call us to informed action together through the leadership and direction of the Holy Spirit. (Acts 2:44; 4:31-32)

Comments (1)

  • Daniel Curran

    6 years ago

    These values worthy of changing how we relate to one another and do the work of a campus leader (aka student-leader, campus minister, college pastor, etc.)