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Company Culture




There is something that is woven throughout any organization that is somewhat abstract, typically unspoken, but often very observable. While not easy to capture or describe, it is so powerful as to guide most decisions and actions within an organization. This force is referred to as culture.

Culture is defined as the collective behavior of those within an organization, formed by shared beliefs, habits, systems, values, and vision. Operating largely outside of our awareness, culture creates a common ground for team members, providing a sense of order so that everyone knows what is expected. 

We strive to intentionally shape and maintain a healthy culture in which our mission can be most successfully executed. Having a certain set of spiritual beliefs neither qualifies nor disqualifies one as a cultural fit. As long as someone will commit to our cultural pillars, they are welcome to join us in our mission. While there are many subtle, perhaps team specific characteristics involved, we consider the following four cornerstones to be foundational to our success:

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Unity

We relentlessly pursue the existence of a unified and healthy team. Unity does not imply uniformity, but involves embracing diversity through a common purpose.

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We relentlessly pursue the existence of a unified and healthy team. If words or actions can’t be characterized as unifying, then we consider them divisive, which are not welcome here. Unity requires humility, which is demonstrated by a gentleness and graciousness in our dealings with others as we exhibit patience and understanding. Unity does not imply uniformity, but involves embracing diversity through a common purpose.

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Excellence

While this is a buzz word that is a bit overused in the marketplace, it is unfortunately rare to run across an organization that truly is excellent. Excellence is not to be confused with perfection, but refers to doing the best we can with the gifts and abilities God gives us.

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While this is a buzz word that is a bit overused in the marketplace, it is unfortunately rare to run across an organization that truly is excellent. Excellence is not to be confused with perfection, but refers to doing the best we can with the gifts and abilities God gives us. Exercising minimal effort will lead to a mediocre performance at best, but really going above and beyond the call of duty takes a conscious effort.

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Generosity

We seek to have charitable hearts, free from pettiness in character and mind. We will intentionally look for ways to share our time, talents and treasures with others.

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We believe that we are blessed to be a blessing. Resources have been entrusted to us not only for our good but for the good of others. We are not entitled to what we have been given, so we will be grateful in our receiving as well as our sharing, seeking how to best steward these resources for the greatest good for the most people. We seek to have charitable hearts, free from pettiness in character and mind. We will intentionally look for ways to share our time, talents and treasures with others.

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Growth

Life is a journey. We will embrace this fact, learn from our experiences, and commit to seeking progress and maturity.

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Life is a journey. We will embrace this fact, learn from our experiences, and commit to seeking progress and maturity. As circumstances change, we will commit to constant improvement by innovating new ideas and methods, and by enhancing all things currently established. This requires flexibility and a willingness to adapt. As we are faithful with what has been entrusted to us, we desire to be given greater territory.

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