1. This ministry seeks to glorify God (1 Cor. 6:20); and conduct itself with integrity and fidelity to Jesus Christ and the Word of God, (Phil. 1:17; 1 Pt. 5:17; 2:12).
  2. This ministry seeks to partnership with other Christians, churches, pastors, educators, missionaries, evangelists, and counselors, to help fulfill the vision and mission God has given to this ministry.
  3. This ministry is not designed to replace or minimize the pulpit, but rather to advance in written form the Word of God that is preached in the pulpit, or that should be preached from the pulpit but is not.
  4. Outreaching, evangelizing, encouraging, comforting, building-up, strengthening, equipping, counseling, educating, and training are the basis of this literature ministry.
  5. This ministry is dependent on the Lord's provision and the special gifts of others, to provide all the resources necessary to help fulfill the vision and mission of this ministry. A yearly accounting is given upon request.
  6. It is my desire for this ministry to be able to share literature free of charge (2 Thess. 3:8), if at all possible, however, if charges must be attached to literature in order to produce them, the money will be used to continue the ministry.
  7. The articles, booklets, books, and pamphlets may be copywrited to protect the ministry, not to limit use, or create personal wealth.
  8. The success of this ministry is not gauged on the amount of literature produced or how accepted the literature is by Christians or churches, because we recognize that (1.) In the later days many will depart from the faith not wanting God's Word in any literature, (1 Tim. 4:1); (2.) In the last days perilous times will come and people will not want any restrictions on their lives, but will only want pleasurable things, (2 Tim. 3:1); and (3.) The time will come when churches will not want sound doctrine, (2 Tim. 4:3). The success of this ministry is based on faithfulness to God's Word, the quality of the doctrinal soundness of the literature, the availability for people to use the literature, and the spiritual effect on people.
  9. All literature may be reproduced as long as four things are followed: (1.) the author's name is not removed, (2.) the content is not altered or changed, (3.) The reproduced piece of literature is of the same quality as the original, and (4.) no one is charged for the literature.