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Vision & Core Values


The vision of Christar is to cultivate Christ-honoring transformation in communities where He is yet to be worshiped.

Christ-honoring transformation speaks to the process as well as the outcome. In the establishment of indigenous churches, we pursue a Christ-honoring influence on the community at large. As workers who partner with God in His work, we are a part of the transformation process that God is bringing about. God’s promise in Revelation 5:9 is clear. People from every tongue, tribe, people and nation will worship God in eternity. Our vision is to go to those people who are not accounted for in the eternal roll call of nations! Read more about Christ-honoring transformation and why we share the gospel with least-reached people.

Core Values


We value a growing love for God, a humble dependence upon His Word and a serious commitment to prayer.

  • We strive to bring glory to God in all that we do, say and think.
  • We commit every aspect of our lives and ministries to God in prayer.
  • We willingly deny self and suffer loss.
  • We are committed to moral purity.
  • We study Scripture in order to understand God and His purposes for our lives and ministries.
  • We are committed to sound biblical doctrine.
  • We insist upon the highest levels of integrity and accountability throughout our organization.

The Body of Christ

We value the importance of the Church in its diverse expressions.

  • We are all commissioned by sending churches.
  • We are strongly committed to working together as teams.
  • We reflect the body of Christ as we function in multi-gifted teams.
  • We especially seek to plant reproducing, indigenous churches among the least-reached.
  • We maintain a partnership with sending and supporting churches.
  • We appreciate the diverse ethnic backgrounds within the body of Christ and the contributions that result from ministering together.
  • We are committed to partnering with like-minded individuals, churches and organizations in planting churches among the least-reached.


We value our people as individuals, families and teams.

  • We take a holistic approach to enhance each member’s emotional, physical, spiritual and relational well-being.
  • We offer access to qualified caregivers who can provide help that is both appropriate and adequately suited to the needs of our members.
  • We consider the preferences and needs of each family.
  • We seek to follow the Lord’s command to love and forgive one another.


We value the equipping of workers to minister fruitfully.

  • We thoroughly prepare ourselves for ministry, especially in biblical education.
  • We encourage an atmosphere of lifelong learning.
  • We provide what is needed to enhance ministry: strategic ministry teams, ministry coordinators, partnerships and logistical support.
  • We emphasize the importance of learning the language of the people to whom we minister.
  • We maintain financial stability and an administrative structure that is conducive to effective ministry on the field.
  • We provide personal accountability for accomplishing ministry goals.
  • We nurture mutual trust, faithfulness and cooperation in all areas of our work.
  • We persist in seeing the work through to completion.


We value innovation in ministry.

  • We make use of the variety of gifts that our members possess.
  • We view the needs of people as opportunities for ministry.
  • We make field-based ministry decisions.
  • We encourage our people to initiate new ministries.