Our congregants have a maxim that is used to remind us of who and whose we are;
"For the lips of a priest should keep knowledge, and people should seek the law from his mouth; For he is the messenger of the LORD of hosts" (Mal. 2:7, KJV).
Our maxim precludes us from asserting our personal opinions, unbiblical suppositions and relative ideologies. Yah requires us to answer questions, rebuke and instruct according to His word (Is. 8:20; 2 Tim. 3:14-17). When asked how one should live their life in the light of God, we should always answer according to the Torah and the gospels. As apologists, servants, evangelists and teachers, we recall this maxim on a daily basis for assurance in relaying Yah’s word to those who inquire about Yah’s righteousness and His redemptive plan of salvation.
"To enlighten the minds of those who are seeking God, by expositing the Bible in the historical, salvific and textual context it was conveyed."
"To evangelize the doctrine of Messianic Sinaiticism, to ensure that the Creator may be revealed through the Torah gospel in the faith of Yahoshua the Messiah, as He conveyed it to the prophets."
- Service – To become a servant of Yah by becoming a servant to the people enriching lives through the Torah gospel (Luke 22:26);
- Integrity – To live the Torah gospel in all aspects of one’s life (Lev. 18:5);
- Neutralize – To impede the progress of sin through the application of the Torah gospel (Matt. 19:17);
- Application – To internalize the word of Yah in order to incite spiritual reform and transformation (Eph. 4:22-24) and;
- Initiative – To initiate biblical discussions with the intent to edify, uplift and build alliances in the faith of Yah in the service of Yah (Matt. 9:37).