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Our Core Values

Foundations of Faith

Unveiling the Core Values of L3 International

Our belief system is the most important thing about us. What you believe to be true at a heart level is directly related to the quality of life you are experiencing. It determines how we see ourselves, how we see the world, and most importantly, how we see God. Our beliefs have the power and potential to change the world in which we live!

If our beliefs are firm and established on a solid foundation, though we go through challenging times, we will always be victorious. We will never feel lost concerning our future or feel distant from God. Our belief system is like a compass. When we know how to use it, no matter how lost we might think we are, we can always find our way home.

In our Christian life, so much of what we believe is not based on truth . . . specifically, the truth about who Jesus is and what He accomplished for us. We are trying to build a Christian life on a faulty foundation.

Here are six core values we hold to as a ministry. They define and direct how we view life, ministry, God, and Scripture. 

1.  God is a Good Father

Jesus preached the good news, the good news of God's Kingdom, the good news of grace, and the good news of God's unconditional love. This is the message of peace: God is not mad at us or holding our sins against us. Because He preached good news, good things happened. 


Faith can only grow in an atmosphere of God's goodness. The right message will always get the right response. People will respond when they see how good, kind, and powerful our God is. 


Psalms 34:8 states, "Taste and see that the Lord is good." When people experience and not just hear the love of God but experience it tangibly through signs, wonders, and miracles, they will respond in faith. 


The world is hungry to know a God who looks and acts like Jesus Christ. They don't want our religious version of Him. Loving God and loving others flow from the knowledge that God is love and loves us unconditionally. 


The great commandment must fuel all great commission activity.


(Matt 9:35-38, Matt 11:28-30, Psalms 31:19, 1 Pet 2:2-3, John 10:10)


2.  Every Person has Incomparable Value and Worth

We believe in people! 


When you truly see God as He is, 'not as we may have been taught about him,' the result will be seeing people the way God sees them. 


We are motivated by the idea that God created every person from their mother's womb unique and known. Each person is pre-destined to play a part in God's big plan. Each person has incomparable worth in God's eyes. The price God was willing to pay to redeem you determines your value in his sight.


(Gen 1:26-31, Psalms 8:3-8, Psalms 139, 1 Pet 1:18-19)

3.  Jesus' Death, Burial, and Resurrection Changed Everything

'It is finished!' As Jesus hung on the cross and uttered those powerful words, he declared that once and for all, through what He was going to accomplish through His death, burial, and resurrection, our sin debt and inability to keep God's law would be paid for. 


For the first time in thousands of years, nothing would be left to separate mankind from God. Jesus, through what He accomplished, has now opened the way for all people to be saved. 


God is not angry; He's not upset or even in a bad mood. Sin has been paid for; the debt is removed. However, the only way to enter and receive His grace is to put our faith in Jesus alone. Through our belief in the finished work of Christ, we are made righteous, totally forgiven, and given peace with God.


(John 19:30, Rom 8:1-4, Col 1:19-22, Heb 1:1-3, Heb 9:14, 9:23-28, 10:10-14)

4.  All Things are Possible

Jesus said, 'the works I do you shall do also, and greater works than these you shall do.' 


We believe in the empowerment and validity of the Holy Spirit. Our relationship with the Holy Spirit should be an ongoing experience of supernatural happenings. 


The same Holy Spirit that Jesus had and operated in is what you and I have today. You are not only qualified, but you are empowered. The person and presence of the Holy Spirit release through us a limitless flow of gifts, power, and miracles. We refuse to limit God through our traditions and false perceptions. We hold to a belief system that says, 'All things are possible for me as a believer in Jesus'.


(John 14:12, Mark 16:15-21, Mark 9:23, Acts 10:38, Acts 1:8, Acts 2:1-4)

5.  God's Kingdom is Advancing 

When Jesus sat down, His work was finished. When He sent the Holy Spirit in Acts 2, our work began. Through believers, God's kingdom is advancing on the earth. We hold to a victorious view of the future. This is the primary call and mandate of the church: to usher in the return of the King through proclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom and discipling every nation, tribe, and people group that the kingdoms of this world would become the Kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.


(Matt 28:18-20, Mark 16:15, Isa 9:6-7, Matt 24:14, Rev 7:9-10, Rev 11:15, Dan 2:44, Eph 1:9-10, 1 Cor 15:20-28)

6.  Apostolic and Empowering Leadership

We believe in visionary and empowering leadership that creates an atmosphere of love, acceptance, and faith where people are released in their God-given gifts and destinies. Leaders and ministers, both men and women, are equally called to be the greatest servants of all to equip believers for dynamic and fulfilling ministry.


(Luke 22:24-27, Mark 10:35-45, Eph 4:11-13, Gal 3:26-28)

Explore Our Beliefs

Explore our core beliefs including the authority of the Bible, the nature of God, humanity, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Church's mission, and the hope of Christ's return.

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