Principles

  1. Ministry is relational, not programmatic or institutional. This applies to local, district, national, and international realities.
  2. Ministry is best when gift-based. God has uniquely gifted various members of the Body of Christ with differing strengths, gifts, temperaments, and passion. A team of complimentary members is more effective than solo generalists.
  3. Ministry multiplies when strategically focused on key leaders who multiply themselves. No one can serve everyone.
  4. Ministry is most effective when committed to excellence in a few services rather than seeking to serve in every area. This excellence is enhanced by close alignment with, not reproduction of, national and international EFCA personnel, resources, and services.

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