As a Christ-centered, for-profit corporation, we will create value for our customers, employees and shareholders by:
- Bringing glory to God in all that we do;
- Equipping people to grow in their faith and the practical application of it in their lives;
- Enhancing fellowship, communication and relationship-building within the Christian community; and
- Encouraging and enabling personal involvement in the care of those who are spiritually, emotionally, physically or financially poor.
They also have a very scripture-centric statement of Faith, saying additionally, "We believe that the Bible is God's written revelation to man and that it is verbally inspired, authoritative, and without error in the original manuscripts."
They, in fact, wrote a story a bit more than a year ago about the crisis of Bible illiteracy in our nation today in an attempt to promote the reading of it. If all of our predominantly Christian nation read the Bible, our problems would not be so great as they are. The important story about Biblical illiteracy is here:
I found the link to that story here: