Core Values


The Theology and Practice of the Kingdom of God

Commitment to the theology and practice of the kingdom of God is our most fundamental core value . When we talk about the kingdom, we are talking about the kingdom of God as a dynamic reality that is the future reign of God breaking into the present through the life and ministry of Jesus. We have been commissioned to proclaim the good news of the kingdom of God, bearing witness to the already and the not yet of the kingdom in words and deeds.

This understanding of the kingdom of God is the central motif that gives both structure and definition to all of our theology. We view the kingdom of God as the overarching and integrating theme of the Bible.

Experiencing God (The Presence of God)

God is eager to be known and experienced by all. We believe that God is searching for lost humanity in order to draw us into intimate relationship with Himself. In response to God’s initiative, we value the life-changing power of the experience of His presence. The primary place where that relationship is nurtured and developed is in the act of worship – both private and corporate. We experience God’s presence as a palpable reality when we worship. As we worship we can do as Jesus did: “See what the Father is doing,” (John 5:19) and support His work with our lives.

Culturally Relevant Mission (Reaching Each Generation)

The church exists for the sake of those who are exiled from God. We are called to bring the gospel of the kingdom to every nook and cranny of creation, faithfully translating the message of Jesus into language and forms that are relevant to diverse peoples and cultures.

Reconciling Community (Being Peacemakers)

Jesus is reconciling humans to God, to each other, and to the entire creation, breaking down divisions between Jew and Gentile, slave and free, male and female. Therefore, we are committed to becoming healing communities engaged in the work of reconciliation wherever sin and evil hold sway.

We seek to be diverse communities of hope that realize the power of the cross to reconcile what has been separated by sin. This requires us to move beyond our personal biases to engage those who are perceived to be unlike us and to actively break down barriers of race, culture, gender, social class, and ethnicity.

Compassionate Ministry (Caring for the broken)

We believe that ministry in Jesus’ name should be expressed in concrete ways through the local church. The poor are to be served as though serving Jesus Himself. This is one of the distinguishing characteristics of a church expressing the love of Christ in a local community.

In all forms of ministry, compassion is a hallmark of the One who was moved with compassion in the face of human need. This being the age of grace and “the year of the Lord’s favor,” compassion should constitute the leading edge of our service to God, each other, and a broken world.


jesucristo-hoy-14One of our main focal points at Valley View Church is being transformed into people who’s lives reflect our savior Jesus. We want others to hear Jesus in us when we speak, and see Jesus in us while we work and live. In other words, ” being imitators of God.

Ephesians 5 



Be Imitators of God

Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children; and walk in love, just as Christ also loved [a]you and gave Himself up for us, an offering and a sacrifice to God [b]as afragrant aroma.

We strive to live like Jesus, and continue the ministry of Jesus, to draw people to Jesus.

Our prayer: Come Holy Spirit and empower us to live, love, and serve like Jesus. Help us to live naturally super natural lives, and continue  the ministry of Jesus. Use us to show others your kingdom power for healing, deliverance, words of knowledge, and all of the gifts you equip your people with to fight against the enemy. In Jesus name…… Amen.

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