Our core values.

* Here are some core values that are important to us at Onelife.   We want these values to shape who we are and determine our attitudes, decisions and actions as we work together.

 

 

It’s all about church. We’re not interested in doing something separate to Church, but for Onelife to be resourcing young people to be connected in their local church context, active, grounded and bringing change in their local communities.
We want to impact the UK. Our main focus is to inspire and train leaders to reach every sphere of the UK. We believe that if leaders in this country are properly trained and supported, then the rest of the world will be resourced as a result.
Relationship is important to us. We believe that the best leadership is learnt relationally and often ‘caught’ rather than ‘taught’. We value accountable, honouring and deep relationships in all we do.
Character is more important than gifting. We are convinced that servanthood and humility should be the benchmark of leadership.
Doing things well. We want to aim for excellence in everything we do, but never at the cost of the presence of God.
 
The doctrine of belief
Our doctrine and ethics founded on the person, teaching and work of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Bible. (see the Evangelical Alliance statement of faith for more details). Show me the Evangelical Alliance statement... 

We have a Word and Spirit theology

We carry an expectancy for both the Holy Spirit and the Word of God to shape, lead and guide us in all that we do. A deep relationship with Jesus and following his example is the motivation for all that Onelife does.

It’s all about church.

We’re not interested in doing something separate to Church, but for Onelife to be resourcing young people to be connected in their local church context, active, grounded and bringing change in their local communities.

We want to impact the UK.

Our main focus is to inspire and train leaders to reach every sphere of the UK. We believe that if leaders in this country are properly trained and supported, then the rest of the world will be resourced as a result.

Relationship is important to us.

We believe that the best leadership is learnt relationally and often ‘caught’ rather than ‘taught’. We value accountable, honouring and deep relationships in all we do.

Character before gifting.

 We are convinced that servant hood and humility be the benchmark of leadership.

Doing things well.

We want to aim for excellence in everything we do,   but never at the cost of the presence of God.

Get good at giving up.

We want to give God glory and point people to him. We also want to remain creative and innovative and avoid holding on too tightly to ideas and roles in our team. We're up for letting go of things if we sense God is taking us in a new direction.  

The doctrine of belief.

Our doctrine and ethics founded on the person, teaching and work of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Bible. (see the Evangelical Alliance statement of faith for more details). Show me the Evangelical Alliance statement...