We believe everyone is made in the image of God means that we will care for everyone “from the womb to the tomb.” We celebrate and recognize pre-born children and the tragedy of abortion; encouraging adoption and orphan care; valuing people with special needs; working to end human trafficking; promoting racial reconciliation; seeking to eradicate poverty and death from preventable disease;  and caring for those at the end of life.

Both the Old Testament and New Testaments emphasize the mandate to love our neighbors as ourselves, especially the weak and vulnerable in society. Faithful Christian living involves such concern for social justice.