RCCG Core Values
RCCG Core Values
As derivatives of our Vision and Mission statement as well as the significance of our logo brand, ministers have to promote RCCG core values. These shall serve as a Corporate Code of Ethics (a code of ethical behaviour). Scripturally, it is derived from Philippians 4:8-9.
Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things
Those things, which ye have both learned and received, and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you”.
The decisions and actions of all ministers and workers in the Mission shall be guided by the following core values:
Integrity, Obedience, Transparency
This shall be the lifestyle of true disciplesand ministers in the Lord’s service – (James 3: 17-18; 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8).
Accountability and Responsibility
As ministers, we shall be held accountable for the exercise of the authority bestowed on us. Ministers will necessarily make decisions and take actions on behalf of the Mission on specific issues of ministry and governance. Ministers will be accountable for the decisions they make and the actions they take on behalf of the Mission – (Luke 19: 15; James 1:13-15; 2 Samuel 12:1-15; Ezekiel 18:20; Romans 14:12; I Peter 4:4-5).
As ministers, this is an inner strength of being good at finding ways of doing things and solving problems and challenges. It is the divine ability of the gift of administration exhibiting qualities of creativity, courage, vision and imagination that will help deal with difficult situations – (Job 6: 13; Psalm 108: 12; Psalm 119:11; Jeremiah 32:27; Habakkuk 3: 19; Ephesians 6:10.
This is the act of giving up something important or valuable to you in order to get or do something that is more important for the work of the kingdom – (1 John 3: 16; Romans 12:1-2).
The RCCG logo enables people to know what we stand for and believe. It enables people to describe what kind of person(s) they think of when they see the brand logo.The RCCG logo is the symbol of our identity, an emblem of authority, through which we draw inspiration to stir our minds as we run the affairs of the Mission. It has a scriptural and spiritual significance.
Red Colour Ring
Outer double red ring and inner singlered ring
The red colour represents the blood of Jesus. (Revelations 12:10-12). The blood of Jesus is our covering, through which we overcome and are more than conquerors. (Rom 8:31). This means, as co-labourers with God, we should not have other god or means by which we pursue the work of God. (Deut. 6:4, 10-19, Psalm 16:4). By the blood:
- our fellowship with God is restored (Exo. 12:13; Roman5:8-9)
- We are redeemed and repurchased from slavery (Eph. 1:7;1 cor 16:20)
- The blood of Jesus cleanses from guilt – (Heb. 9: 14)
- The blood sanctifies us – (Heb. 13:12)
- The blood brings us to God – (Col 1:20-22)
- The blood puts God on man’s side against the devil – (Rom.8:31-34)
- The blood perfects us in the sight of God – (Heb. 10:14)
- The blood gives us boldness to enter God’s presence –(Heb. 10:9-22)
This is a symbol of purity, holiness and consecration. It is a prerequisite towards realising the vision of our organization as an entity called The RCCG. ‘Absolute Holiness shall be our lifestyle’- (Exo. 28:31-36; IChro 16:29-31; Psalm 29:1-4; 93:5, 110:1-3•, Isa. 1:7; Rom. 6:20-23; 2Cor.6:11
Green symbolises fruitfulness, productivity, hard work and multiplication. God has divinely made RCCG a fruitful vine( Isa.32:15; Ez.19:10-11)
The blue symbolizes Agape (divine) love not Phileo (feelings) or Eros (Erotic or romantic expressions). It is the God kind of love which must be demonstrated to one another – (1 John 4:8; John 15:9-17).
The Dove is a symbol of the Holy Spirit who is our Senior Partner – (Rom. 8: 16; 2nd Cor. 1 :22; 1stJohn 4:13-16).