The Live Global Values

These values are the core of what makes Live Global who we are. They are not just values we strive to do in our work, but characteristics we live in every part of our life. 

We understand these values cannot be produced by sheer willpower, but are fruit of the Gospel – which is the foundation for everything we do. 

Humble Character

Teachable Attitude

We approach our work with an openness expressed in a desire to listen, learn and understand. (James 1:19)


We intentionally hold plans, details, and preferences loosely to allow the Holy Spirit to take the lead in circumstances and we respond by adapting. (1 Cor 9:22-23)

Others Orientation

We purposefully pay attention to the needs and perspectives of others to orient our serving in a Christlike manner. (Phil 2:3-4)

God-glorifying Relationships

Trust and Respect

We choose to treat one another with honor based on mutual trust. (1 Peter 2:17)

Encouraging and Grace-filled Interactions

We seek to uplift one another by offering grace in the way we relate. (1 Peter 3:8-9)

Forgiveness and Reconciliation

(Commitment to Resolving Conflict)

We take steps to exercise forgiveness in order to seek resolution of misunderstandings or offenses. (1 Peter 4:8-9)

Faithful Service 

Creative Initiator

We pursue varied opportunities to move forward innovatively in Gospel focused effort. (1 Cor 12:4-6)

Collaborative Effort

We come together in cooperative work to make the most of opportunities to glorify God. (1 Peter 4:10)


We practice truthfulness and honesty in our dealings with one another and with the community of believers globally, both in private and publicly. (2 Peter 3:14)

Loving Generosity 

Compassionate and Holistic Engagement

We serve in a tender-hearted manner in ministries responsive to spiritual, physical, and emotional needs. (James 1:27)

Open-handedness (with Life, Time, and Possessions)

We look for ways to glorify God through giving all types of resources He has entrusted to us. (1 John 3:17-18)

A Gracious and Thankful Spirit

We exercise gratitude through actively acknowledging God’s goodness received through His people. (Heb 13:15-16)