To edify, enable and engage the body of Yeshua at Beit Messiah to be encouraged and strengthen by the Ruach in service to Adonai, through Yeshua, as prayers are in honor of His Will to manifest in our lives.
We show love and respect to those around us. We are family, so
we must stand in echad with one another in Abba’s love. We understand our individual choices effects those in our congregation since we are a body. We strive to live by bearing the Fruits of the Ruach so we may bless those around us.
We honor our leadership and congregants alike, starting with our founding leader, Pastor John Morgan, then elders, teachers and worship leaders by not complaining and over sharing any human frailties. We continue to express humility by lifting up concerns to Yeshua in prayer and petitions. A word of Adonai including scriptures were shared from one to not become like Miriam or Aaron (Numbers 12:1-16; Psalm 105:15; 1
Samuel 26:19--please read).
We show integrity by not gossiping but using wisdom in
sharing the truth and speaking life into one another (Ezekiel 37:1-10--please read).
We uphold trust and honor the privacy of information shared to us in prayer, rather as a group or one on one, showing that each person can feel comforted, secure and not judged with self-righteous judgement. We want to present to each person, a place of emotional and spiritual refuge, knowing their personal information will not spread.
We embrace the importance of transparency to one another and to encourage it at Beit Messiah. Confessions lead to repentance, restoration and healing which allows our prayer warriors to identify the need so we can go to war against the spiritual forces of evil . (James 5:13-20--please read)
We are accountable to one another to uphold this mission statement. Be faithful to first examine our ownselves
by the precious Word of God. Misconduct needs godly correction from each other. We must step down from the
prayer team and by the agreement of our leaders if we are not willing to walk in godly correction.
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