Blessed Trinity Christian Ministries West

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Core Values

The following presents the core values of Blessed Trinity Christian Ministries West.  It is our desire that these values will define and drive this ministry in the context of a warm and caring environment.

Christ’s Head Ship
We acknowledge Christ as the head of our church and submit ourselves and all our activities to His will and good pleasure. (Eph 1:22-23)
Biblical Teaching
We strive to teach God’s word with integrity and authority so that seekers find Christ and believers mature in Him. (2 Tim 3:16)
Authentic Worship
We desire to acknowledge God’s supreme value and worth in our personal lives and in the corporate, contemporary worship of our church. (Rom 12:1-2)
We rely on private and corporate prayer in the conception, planning, and execution of all the ministries and activities of Blessed Trinity. (Matt 7:7-11)
Sense of Community
We ask all our people to commit and fully participate in biblically functioning small groups where they may reach the lost, exercise their gifts, be shepherded and grow in Christ likeness. (Acts 2:44-46)
We support the spiritual nature of the family as one of God’s dynamic means to perpetuate the Christian Faith. (2 Tim 1:3)
Lost People
We value unchurched lost people and will use every available Christ-honored means to pursue, win, and disciple them. (Luke 19:10)
Grace Orientation
We encourage our people to serve Christ from hearts of love and gratitude rather than guilt and condemnation. (Rom 6:14)
Mobilized Congregation
We seek to equip all our uniquely designed and gifted people to effectively accomplish the work of our ministries. (Eph 4:11-13)
Ministry Excellence
Since God gave His best (our Lord and Savior), we seek to honor Him by maintaining a high standard of excellence in all our ministries and activities. (Col 3:23-24)
Creativity and Innovation
We will constantly evaluate our forms and methods, seeking cultural relevance and maximum ministry effectiveness for Christ. (I Chron 12:32)