From the smallest tasks to the largest initiatives, it is our collective effort as a staff to allow five Core Values to inform what we do and how we do it. As an organization, these five core values are the starting point in which each decision is made. You’ll find these values woven throughout everything you experience at Pathway to Hope.
Truth – God is the author of life and life begins at conception. We’ve been called to protect the lives of the unborn. While we are always willing to change the way we do things in order to grow and improve, we will never waiver from this truth. We will live this out in all we do and speak.
Servanthood – We’ve been called to represent His kingdom on Earth. Whether it’s our time, talent, or treasure, all are used to protect His perfect creation. God has gifted each of us in different ways and has called us together to fit the overall mission of Pathway to Hope.
Community – We were designed for community. As a team we operate with good communication, Biblical conflict resolution, and honesty. In the same way, we seek to build community with those we serve.
Compassion – With compassion, love, and uncommon grace, we seek to serve our clients by meeting them where they are. We do this through trusting and compassionate relationships, equipping individuals with resources, and strengthening dignity.
Prayer – Engaging with God empowers us to act with conviction and rest fully in His truths. We resist fear and actively endeavor to increase our trust in Him, His ways and His plans, for we know He goes before us.
STATEMENT OF FAITH
We believe in one God…Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (Matt 3:16-17)
We believe that God is the author and creator of Life, and that Life begins at conception (Genesis 1:27, Isaiah 43:7, Psalm 139:13-16)
We believe that God loved us so much that He sent his son to die for us so that we can live with Him eternally. (John 3:16-17, Romans 5:8)
We believe in the greatest commandment – love God, love people. (Matt 22:36-39)
We believe in the great commission – sharing the gospel and developing disciples (Matt 28:19-20)