WHAT WE BELIEVE
We believe that every adverse situation that comes upon a person is temporary, and with adequate support, they can overcome each setback.
We believe that we may not be able to do it all, but we can play our part in sustaining those that find themselves in adverse situations; a little can go a long way in alleviating suffering.
We believe that all good and perfect gifts come from above, from the Father of all in Whom there is no shadow of turning. If it is from above, then we are only custodians of God-given resources.
We believe that giving ourselves to the Lord is the first step to giving to humankind and it is what makes giving easy.
We believe that the world is agonisingly waiting for the manifestation of God’s love in practical terms, and we may as well join those who are already on the journey of giving to humanity.
We believe that caring for the less privileged is a channel for engendering unsolicited spiritual blessings from the Lord and them.
We believe that only fools accumulate wealth without distributing it: “[They] heap up wealth, not knowing who will spend it.” (NLT, Psalms 39:6b).
WHAT WE DO NOT BELIEVE
“Suppose you see a brother or sister who has no food or clothing, and you say, ‘Good-bye and have a good day; stay warm and eat well’—but then you don’t give that person any food or clothing. What good does that do? So you see, faith by itself isn’t enough. Unless it produces good deeds, it is dead and useless.” (NLT, James 2:15-17).
We do not believe that the accumulation of wealth serves anyone when it is not distributed.
We do not believe in faith without works. Seeing a brother or sister in need and not do anything about it when you have capacity to do so is ungodly.