Our Core Values

As derivatives of our Vision and Mission statement as well as the significance of our logo brand, members, workers and ministers have to promote RCCG core values. These shall serve as a corporate code of ethics (a Code of ethical behaviour). Scripturally, it is derived from Philippians 4: 8-9
'Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—meditate on these things.  The things which you learned and received and heard and saw in me, these do, and the God of peace will be with you.’ (NKJV). 


The decisions and actions of all ministers and workers in the mission shall be guided by the following:



This shall be the lifestyle of true disciples and minsters in the Lord’s service (James 3:17-18, 1Thesalonians 4:1-8)



Ministers as holders of offices should not place themselves under any financial or other obligation to individuals or organisation that might influence them in the performance of their duties. Ministers must live above board. (Daniel 6: 1-4, Number 23:19, Proverbs 11:3)



This implies absolute compliance, doing what you are told to do willingly by the constituted authority of the mission in the pursuit of the goals, visions and objectives of the organization (Psalm 119:1 11, Exodus 19:5-6, Joshua 1:7, 1kings 3: 14)


Hard Work

This implies putting a lot of effort into a job or task and doing it well and effectively. Hard work refers to doing the job or task right with optimal utilization of resources (Psalm 90: 17, Philippians 2: 12-13, Proverbs 14:23, Ecclesiastes 3: 9-15, Ecclesiastes 9:10 -12).



This virtue is characterized by care and perseverance in carrying out tasks quietly and steadily persevering, especially in detail or exactness. It is conscientiousness in praying proper attention to a task with great determination to finish well and strong , Proverbs 6: 6-8, Proverbs 22: 29, Proverbs 13:4)



This is the act of giving up something important or valuable to you in order to get or do something that seems more important for the work of the kingdom (1John 3:16, Romans 12: 1-2)



This is the context of good ethical conduct which refers to outcomes that are reached or decisions that are made as a result of clear and visible procedures or process. It also implies independence or actions free from the influence of the individuals free from conflicts of interest. 2king 6: 24-31, proverbs 11: 24-25, Proverbs 19: 21, Zechariah 7: 4-6, Matthew 6: 33, Matthew 19: 27, Ephesians 5: 14, Isaiah 7: 10-12


Accountability and Responsibility

As ministers, we shall be held accountable for the exercise of authority bestowed on us. Ministers will necessarily make decisions and take actions on behalf of the mission on specific issues of ministry and governance. ministers will be accountable for the decisions they make and the actions they take on behalf of the missionLuke 19:15, James 1: 13-15, 2 Samuel 12: 1-15, Ezekiel 18: 20, Romans 14: 12, 1peter 4: 4-5



As ministers, this is an inner strength of being good at finding ways of doing things and solving problems and challenges. It is the divine ability of the gift of administration exhibiting qualities of creativity, courage, visions and imagination that will help to deal with difficult situations. Job 6: 13, Psalm 108: 12, Psalm 119: 11, Jeremiah 32: 27, Habakkuk 3:19, Ephesians 6: 10



As ministers, this refers to prosperity of producing desired result. It is a process or an activity to glorify God, and advance His kingdom in the Mission in all ramifications. Job 15:34, Isaiah 30: 7, Jeremiah 8:20, Hosea 8:7, John 15: 5-8