• The Holy Trinity — MJC believes in the deity of Jesus Christ and the Godhead of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. MJC believes in the Person and the gifts of the Holy Spirit and the ministry of angels.
  • The Word of God — MJC believes the Word of God in both the Old and New Testaments was inspired by God, that every scripture inspired by God is also profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for instruction in righteousness, according to 2 Timothy 3:16.
  • Fulfilling the Great Commission and the Return of Jesus Christ — MJC believes fully in the execution of the Great Commission according to Matthew 10:7–8 (NASB): “And as you go, preach, saying, ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand.’ Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out demons. Freely you received, freely give.”
  • Water Baptism, Baptism of the Holy Spirit, and Baptism by Fire — MJC believes in water baptism by immersion, according to Romans 6:1–11 and Acts 2:37–42. MJC also believes in the baptism of the Holy Spirit with the manifestation of new tongues (John 7:39; John 14:16; and Acts 1:8); and in baptism by fire, according to Matthew 3:11.
  • Jesus Christ, as the Head of the Ministry and Each Believer — MJC acknowledges Jesus Christ as its head, author, and finisher. Thus, all service and ministry are unto the Lord and will focus on steering each believer to seek Jesus and not depend on fellow humans, as well as encouraging them to foster a relationship with each member of the Trinity. The people MJC serves are God’s people.
  • Prayer and Fasting — MJC believes in prayer and fasting as the foundation of the ministry. Through prayer and fasting, MJC will seek God’s guidance for the running of the ministry (John 5:19; Mark 9:29).
  • Servant Leadership — MJC believes that all humans are equal before God. MJC operates in a culture of honor; therefore, it will behave with a servant spirit and with respect and honor as unto the Lord (Galatians 5:13; Colossians 3:23–24; Mark 9:35; 2 Corinthians 4:5; Philippians 2:5–7).
  • Priority Relationship with God — MJC believes each person needs to prioritize communion and intimacy with God first to establish the order of the ministry; then family, then ministry (Exodus 20:3).
  • Personal Walk in the Fear of the Lord — MJC believes in Christianity as a lifestyle that bears the fruit of the Spirit. MJC believes in walking in the fear of the Lord by having a pure heart — fostering purity and holiness individually and as the body of Christ. We encourage and challenge leaders and all believers to walk in transparency, loyalty, and honesty to God, self, and the body of Christ (Proverbs 9:10; Ephesians 4:25; Zechariah 8:16).
  • Equipping and Discipleship — MJC strongly believes that after getting saved, each believer should be discipled. MJC has a mandate to teach, nurture, and mature believers; getting them ready for the coming of Jesus Christ, according to Ephesians 4:11–16: “So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors, and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ” (NIV).
  • Generational Impact, Legacy, and Inheritance — MJC believes in producing long-term fruit that will make an indelible mark in this generation and leave a legacy that will impact future generations. We believe that our fruit will be multiplied, sustained, and preserved to longevity in Christ Jesus and by the life-giving power of the Holy Spirit (Genesis 9:7; Matthew 7:16–17; Proverbs 13:22).
  • Excellence in Service — MJC believes in executing all its services with excellence through personal, emotional, and spiritual intelligence, development, benchmarking, and stewarding each gift well. MJC believes in being the best and doing the best with everything God has given us (1 Corinthians 15:58; Colossians 3:28; Daniel 5:12).
  • Good Stewardship of Resources — MJC believes in accountability to God and to the people it serves by managing and accounting for resources provided to the ministry (1 Timothy 3:5; Exodus 20:15; Acts 6:1–6; Genesis 39:4–6; Daniel 6:1–3).
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