“Culture is about the people – the most valuable asset in the organization. The way people are treated, the way they treat their peers, and their response to their leaders is the air people breathe. If that air is clean and healthy, people thrive and the organization succeeds, but to the extent that it is toxic, energy subsides, creativity lags, conflicts multiply and production declines.”
– Sam Chand, Cracking Your Church’s Culture Code
- Gratitude – We live with and express gratitude. We don’t take for granted what God has allowed us to experience or the people we experience it with.
- Honor – We communicate honor in conversation, attitudes, and actions. Dishonor is to treat someone as common and of little value. Honor is treating someone as uncommon and with high value.
- Generosity – We lead the way in generosity in all things time, talent, and resources. Our God is generous to us in Jesus Christ; therefore, we are generous.
- Excellence – We care about preparation and attention to detail. What we do and how we do it matters to us and to those we serve. God deserves our best for His glory, as do the people we lead.
- Multiplication – We are not afraid to take bold risks to increase our seating, serving, and sending capacity. Our time is short and too much is at stake to play it safe.
Check out our series in which Pastor Gabe teaches on the culture of The Point: