Lifeline’s mission is, “Changing hearts and bringing hope to a generation at risk.” This mission is based on biblical principles and refers to the fact that we believe lasting change and real hope come through a life that is transformed.
There are many areas that set Lifeline apart, but none is more significant than our Christian foundation. Unfortunately, the term “faith-based” has become overused and watered down in the social service arena. At Lifeline, our commitment to faith is
something that goes beyond our founders and by-laws. It truly is at the core of why we do what we do—and, in fact, the reason we are successful in what we do. What does this mean for those we serve? It means a couple of things. First, we’re
committed to operating with integrity and according to biblical beliefs as outlined in our Core Values. You’ll see this in our staff, our programming, our financial stewardship, and our investment in kids and families. Secondly, our desire is to help our clients explore their own values and beliefs. We understand and respect each person’s own choices related to their beliefs, so we will never force our faith on someone else. Instead, our goal is to provide an environment that is rich with
opportunities to ask questions and to see examples of faith lived out.