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  1. The Values of Hope Reformed Church are:
  • Passionate Spirituality: We value prayer, the study of and obedience to God’s Word for all ages in order that we might come to know and love God.  (Mark 12:30, John 15:4-9)
  • Loving Relationships: Because all people matter to God, we value developing relationships that are marked by sacrificial love.  (John 13:35, 1 John 3:16-18)
  • Inspiring Worship: Having experienced God’s forgiveness and healing, we value worship that exalts the name of Christ and equips us to share this love with the world.  Through our music, prayers, and the Word; we seek to glorify God.  (Isaiah 6:1-6, Colossians 3:12-17)
  • Functional Structures: We value efficient and flexible structures that work in cooperation with the Holy Spirit to carry out ministry in a lost and broken world.  We desire to seek connections to people, systems and cultures that are diverse.  We say come as you are, we love you.  (Mark 2:22, Acts 6:1-4)
  • Empowered Leaders: In cooperation with the Holy Spirit, we value developing spiritual leaders who reach their God given purpose and potential.  (Acts 1:8, 2 Timothy 2:2)
  • Gift-Oriented Ministry:  We value helping each Christian discover, develop, and use their God given gifts, skills, talents, and passions to expand and strengthen the kingdom of God and the fellowship of believers.  (1 Peter 4:10, Ephesians 4:11-13)
  • Need-Oriented Evangelism: We eagerly and humbly embrace our call and responsibility to reach out within our circles of influence and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ.  (Matthew 28:18-20, 1 Corinthians 9:19-23)
  • Holistic Small Groups: We values small groups as a means of discipleship to assist in developing into Christ-likeness.  We seek to reach out and care for one another in such a way that no one stands alone.  (Acts 2:46-47, Hebrews 10:24-25)
  • Marriage:  We value the marriage of one biological man and one biological woman created in God’s image for the glory of God and the growing of God’s family.  (Genesis 1:27-28, 31)