In our organization, we believe in the unity in the Christian Church. We are all children of God the Father and were all redeemed through the death of Jesus Christ on the cross (Ephesians 4:4; Romans 12:1-2; Acts 2:5–12; Mark 9:33-35; Colossians 3:11; Leviticus 1:1-3). We also declare that the word of God in the scripture transcends all cultures and is important to every human being. As an organization, we affirm the biblical dignity and value of varying cultures and consider it as an element that God can use to communicate His grace and truth to all communities around the world (Genesis 1:26, Acts 17:16, Genesis 2:15, 19; Matthew 5:27–43; Romans 8:18–25; 1 Corinthians 9:19–23; Romans 1:18–32). We acknowledge that transgressions that are based on class, faith, and gender have characterized our lives as human beings. The problems have been witnessed throughout the history of human beings and in all nations. The Church has strived to pursue reconciliation and justice as a way of helping human beings to reconnect with their Creator (Romans 12:1-2; Romans 12:1-2; Acts 2:5–12; Mark 9:33-35; Acts 2:5–12; Mark 9:33-35). In some cases, however, Christians have also supported indifference in the community. We join other believers in confession and promoting true reconciliation, repentance, and forgiveness. As Christians, we need to work together to apply the Grace of God in our lives and make the world a better place. Through the unity of purpose and belief in the teachings of the Lord, Christians can contribute to the development and growth of the world (1 Corinthians 9:19–23; 10:33; Matthew 20:26–28). Finally, we are committed to working together as a multi-cultural organization to proclaim the word of God and communicate to the world about the importance of evangelism. Our primary objective is to enlighten the masses about the word of God and encourage communities to follow the example that Jesus Christ set when He was on earth.