The body of Christ is still here on earth because the Kingdom harvest is still plentiful. Matthew 24:14 tells us that when the Gospel is preached to the whole world, then the end will come. Accordingly, Servants Ministry exists to reach the campus to touch the world for Jesus Christ. His mandate for our lifetime is to win souls and make them into His disciples. The vision of Servants Ministry is three-fold:
- Soul-Winning: First, we need to win more souls of this generation and the next one. Any nations or regions that live off only the past revivals become stagnant and decay quickly. We pray that God will use us to see more people become eternal sons and daughters of His.
- Disciple-Making: Second, we want to see more dedicated disciples of Christ. We hear and see of many crowds of Christians, but how many of them are willing to lay down their life or willing to go overseas and into our inner-cities? May God raise more disciple-makers.
- Campus Revival: Third, our focus of this Kingdom work involves campus ministry. Students make crucial life decision during their college years - major, vocation, life-goals, life-long friendships, etc. We desire to introduce Christ at the core of their life-decision process. Without Jesus, we end up with nothing. With Jesus, we have eternity.
- The Bible to be the inspired, inerrant, authoritative, trustworthy Word of God.
- There is one God, eternally existent in three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
- In the deity of Jesus Christ: He is the infinite God-Man who was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died on the cross, rose from death, and ascended to the right hand of the Father, and will return to rule this earth in power and glory.
- That Jesus died for the sins of those who believe in Him for eternal life and forgiveness of sin.
- In the person and the power of the Holy Spirit who dwells in the believers and changes them continuously to live a life of holiness and power.
- The resurrection of both the saved and the lost, the former to everlasting life and the other to everlasting punishment.