This is the third post in our look at the five core values of iHope. Today we’ll dig into our core value that we are Kingdom-minded.
What does it mean to be Kingdom-minded?
This is a bit “churchy” but please bear with us. In a simple statement, being kingdom-minded means that we engage with the local church to care for and connect clients to the body of Christ. We cannot live in isolation, and we wouldn’t want to. We at iHope are professing Christians, and this means that we are part of God’s Kingdom and that we try to support, encourage, and build-up those around us.
Why is this a core value of iHope?
We are honored to be a support for our clients, and we try to help our clients engage with a broader network of support. We are also honored to be a support of our local churches and to partner with them in caring for God’s people. The Christian community and the church are not perfect, but neither are we at iHope. No one will be forced into any particular church or into any church at all. But our hope is that we can engage with the church community and help build better relationships among our local churches and within the Kingdom.
Engage with the local church to care for and connect clients to the body of Christ
Acts 2:42-47, Romans 12:4-5