WHO WE ARE

Our Mission & Vision

As an organization, we acknowledge that the real value of what we have to offer is in the message we communicate. While the means of our communication may change, our mission will remain the same – to engage people with God’s word by empowering partners with innovative programs.

We are focused on achieving our vision of seeing every person become an agent of Hope through Jesus Christ. We have a passion to see all people flourish,  with a firm identity in who they are, and a conviction that they were created for a purpose greater than themselves. Through our various programs, our goal is to see each and every person inspired by our message of hope, whether through live or digital programs. It is only through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, God’s Word, and the committed work of His people, that our vision can be realized.


“For the Word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.” 

Hebrews 4:12


Why an Emphasis on Children and Teens?

    • Today’s youth are the Church.

The youth of today deserve to be poured into with as much priority as any other element of church and ministry work. Oftentimes, children and youth are seen as an auxiliary component, a view that we are working to see change. Children have as much value as any other category of ministry – they are equally a part of the Church.

 

 

  • We are most open to the Gospel at a young age.

Statistics show that 71% of all active Christians [coming] to Christ [do so] before the age of 15. That is why it is so important that we are able to offer children and youth a chance to hear and receive the life-changing message of Jesus Christ during these years. We don’t want to miss the exceptional window of opportunity that is present in this stage of life.

 

    • Children are a major key to reaching the rest of the community.

When a child is presented with the Gospel, we know that the potential is further-reaching than the individual alone. These children walk away with something they are then able to share with others, and oftentimes, they do. As we conduct our ministry work throughout the MENA region, we know that the message we bring has the ability to transform villages, cities and nations with God’s Word.


“Permit the children to come to Me, do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Truly I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child will not enter it at all.”  

Mark 10: 14–15