Mission & Values

The Vision of The Church of Jesus Christ

The full manifestations of God's Spirit and power among the Saints, resulting from living and worshipping in unity and righteousness, stimulate continuous growth of the Domestic Church – even at a rate of doubling over a five year period – while strengthening the International Church.

Mission Statement

  • The Church of Jesus Christ will teach the Gospel to all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost; teaching them to observe all things commanded by Jesus Christ.

  • To draw Israel to Christ through an effort focused on the Native Americans of North and South America.


To fulfill the plan of God by bringing salvation through Christ to all people.

Our Values


Applied belief and trust in God

Faith in Atonement & Salvation through Christ; absence of guilt. Faith in His company; in His guidance. Reliance upon His will & power.


God's love for mankind. Man's devotion to or adoration of God.

Loving each other with the same Love that God has shown for us. Goodwill, kindness, generosity, helpfulness, tolerance, patience.


Desire or aspiration that is accompanied by a confident expectation of fulfillment.

Hope for Resurrection & Salvation. Hope for the Plans & Promises of God in this life.


Oneness; harmony; continuity without contention; brotherhood.

Being in one Spirit - i.e.: the Holy Spirit. Holding to one Faith. Pressing to be aligned with His Word. Setting aside oneself for the sake of the whole. Working as a team.


Meeting the standards of Right in the eyes of Christ.

Following His instructions. Repenting of all unrighteousness. Acting in accord with divine and/or moral law. Maintaining Faith, Hope, and Charity.


Alignment of our words with our deeds.

Doing the things we say we should/will do. Making our actions prove out our claims: our yeas, yeas and our nays, nays.


Duty, obligation, burden.

Accepting accountability with reliability. Trustworthiness. Fulfilling our roles as saints, as appointed, as ordained.


Indentifying with another's situation, feelings, motives.

Putting ourselves in the place of one in need; taking on the hurt of another; praying and acting with that motivation that would be associated with our own needs.


Feelings of devoted attachment and affection that generate supportive actions.

Holding to Christ, His Gospel, His Church in the face of opposition. Working constructively and positively to overcome internal shortcomings. Being faithful.


The capacity and ability to lead with appropriate urgency.

Engendering trust and loyalty among the body. Setting the example of perseverance and Faith.


Special esteem or respect: given or received.

Accepting our servitude as the highest opportunity and privilege. Engaging with truthfulness, integrity, and respect.


Rights: Things due to a person by law or tradition. Respect: Holding another’s rights or person in high esteem.

Avoiding offense. Regarding others at least as equals.


A required act or course of action. Moral obligation.

Carrying out assignments. Supporting the body. Fulfilling tasks. Particularly when challenged by lack of understanding or excitement.