Culture is a set of shared beliefs, values and language. As people who trust Jesus and share Him, we are invited to live in His Kingdom culture. We hope to see the destructive culture of this world invaded with students who courageously live out the culture of God’s Kingdom through abiding in Jesus, abandoning their will to Him, and advocating for the lost (Matthew 3:2).
We are burdened at the lack of confidence in some Christians to both understand and share the gospel in a coherent and effective manner. The Human Right aims to empower this generation with the truth of the Bible and the confidence to teach this truth in any context (1 Peter 3:15).
We ardently acknowledge, support and promote the alleviation of all social justice issues—unclean water, sexual slavery and extreme poverty—but we are most passionate about seeing people everywhere come to truly know Jesus (Philippians 2:4).
On the local level, Youth Alive provides students with real opportunities to make a real difference. The Human Right purposes to spark a passion in young people to speak the truth of Christ in their current individual contexts (Matthew 5:13-16).
We give to Speed The Light, and missionaries receive the necessary resources to get to the people without access to Jesus. Our hope is that students and churches will not only be good fundraisers, but will also live with a healthy understanding of missions. With this more holistic understanding, Speed The Light is now a more intentional vehicle to engage the Church in mission (Acts 1:8).
To know God is to know love. We must first know Jesus to love others. True intercessors care deeply for others and love God so much that they stand in the gap for those who do not know Jesus and speak light into the darkness. We envision that as these intercessors invade Heaven with prayers for the lost, they will ignite a movement so great it catapults the Assemblies of God to the greatest evangelistic movement the world has ever seen (Matthew 9:38).
Through greater insight of how millennials understand truth, we aim to impact how the Church communicates Scripture to students. We desire for the Church to understand what it means for a student to be Pentecostal in a postmodern world (Acts 2:1-4).
The Human Right is designed to be youth-led and encouraged to be a full-church participatory movement. The Human Right prompts all generations to join the youth as they learn to abide, abandon and advocate (Acts 2:17-21).
We seek to see a new breed of missionaries, entrepreneurs, teachers, church planters, pastors and working professionals in the world today. We do not take lightly the message we proclaim. We understand we are calling everyone to sacrifice everything for Christ. Some may surrender their future plans, and some may surrender the American dream, while others may surrender their very lives (Matthew 16:24).
We desire this movement to become multi-denominational and multi-national. We are calling all Christians worldwide to abide in Jesus, to abandon their will, and to advocate for the lost (Acts 2:17).