Five Core Values

Love is the greatest blessing received and the greatest commandment given.
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To be able to love is a gift from God. To know Him is to know love, that we may love one another 1 John 4. In love we treat each person with dignity. In love, we have affection for, provide care for, hold accountable, and serve CWC Ministry Team members and discipleship clients. The character of our love is summed up by the Apostle Paul in I Corinthians 13:4-7. When differences occur in the CWC family, we follow Jesus’ teaching for restoration in Matthew 18:15-18.

To live with integrity is to live honestly before God, ourselves, and each other.
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CWC values individuals who are truthful and authentic. People of God are to be people of their word. As the Holy Spirit is working in us to accomplish our Father’s work, the CWC family must be open, seeking what we need individually to live lives of integrity. I Chronicles 29:17-18

We intentionally do the right thing to honor God and strive not for perfection to honor ourselves.
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CWC focuses on the reason and not just results for success. Excellence is a matter of the heart and we pursue excellence whether someone is watching or not. Colossians 3:23-24

As the Spirit continually serves and ministers to us, we serve and minister to those He has called to our lives.
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Our service is not to bring glory to ourselves, or to the cause, but to honor the Lord and bless others. Our service is done whole-heartedly, in the overflow of God’s love and Jesus in us. II Corinthians 9:12

The Word of God is our source of truth for life.
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The faithfulness of our Father, the transforming work of the Spirit, and the finished work of Jesus are all available to us according to Scripture. The CrossWalk Center Statement of Faith expresses those Scriptural truths that are central to what our Father has called us to do and to be.
II Timothy 2:15