Mission & values

Mission & values

Purpose statement

“To be Firm in faith, Fulfill the call, and to Finish well.”

Core values

Our Core Values are those beliefs and convictions that make us uniquely us. They define who we are and act as the driving force behind all we do.

Soundness of life and doctrine

Soundness in life and doctrine is the single most important factor in building lives, families and churches that are healthy and vital. Healthy things grow, thereby our focus is on building people whose lives are sound, sane, and spiritual, built on the Words of God. (See: Matthew 4:4; 2 Timothy 4:1-5; 1 Timothy 4:16)


Excellence glorifies God, inspires others and blesses us. We want to be a church of excellence, filled with people of excellence. (See: Malachi 1:6-14; Colossians 3:17-23; 1 Corinthians 10:31)

Relational integrity

Relational integrity is crucial to building a healthy, life-giving church. We want our relationships to be marked by strength and honor, to go through the cross, dealing with things that come up, keeping God in and the devil out of our relationships. (See: Matt 18:15; Ephesians 4:25-32; Colossians 3:12-14)

Vibrant Christ-centered worship

Vibrant, Christ-centered worship moves the heart of God and attracts His Presence to His people. We want to be known as a worshiping church where people worship God wholeheartedly and without shame. As we worship Him, we are transformed into His likeness. Worship at Generation is the sound of lives changed! (See: Psalm 96; John 4:23; 2 Corinthians 3:18)

Atmosphere of grace, mercy and acceptance

An atmosphere of grace, mercy and acceptance reflects the heart of Jesus Christ and is instrumental in cultivating a healing environment where lives are restored. (See: Matthew 9:9-13, 11:16-19, 12:1-13; Luke 15:1-2; John 8:1-16)

Naturally supernatural

As part of the living body of Christ, we are called to walk this earth as He did. He lived a supernatural life as a man and it was totally normal for Him. As we walk in the Spirit, we too can expect to see the manifest presence of God. (See: Galatians 5:16 & 22; John 14:12)

Turned out towards a lost and broken world

Lost people matter to God and therefore ought to matter to us. We want to be a church as well as people who are continuously outward focused, turned out toward a lost and broken world. We are a church beyond these walls. (See: Luke 15; John 4; 1 Peter 3:15)
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