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What We Believe

At Makers of Care, the core beliefs below are the cornerstone of our mission, values, and actions. We are dedicated to living out these beliefs and sharing the love and message of Jesus Christ with the world.

Our Statement of Faith


At Makers of Care, we hold fast to the following statement of faith, which forms the bedrock of our beliefs and practices:


  • Belief in the Holy Trinity (Matthew 28:19)
    • We believe in one God, eternally existing in three persons – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. These three persons are co-equal and co-eternal.
  • Belief in the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
    • We believe that the Bible, consisting of the Old and New Testaments, is the inspired and infallible Word of God. It is the ultimate authority for our faith and practice.
  • Belief in the Deity of Jesus Christ (John 1:1, 14)
    • We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, fully God and fully human. He was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died on the cross for our sins, and was raised from the dead. He was the invisible God made visible for the benefit of all mankind. (Col 1:15) 
  • Belief in Salvation by Grace through Faith (Ephesians 2:8-9)
    • We believe that salvation is a gift from God, received through faith in Jesus Christ. It is by grace alone, not by our works, that we are reconciled to God and receive eternal life.
  • Belief in the Holy Spirit (John 16:7-13) (Matt 3;11) (Acts 1:8)
    • We believe in the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of believers. The Holy Spirit convicts of sin, empowers us to live a Christian life, and provides spiritual gifts for service.
  • Belief in the Church as the Body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:12-13)
    • We believe that the Church is the body of Christ, composed of all believers, and that it is called to worship, fellowship, disciple, and serve in the world.
  • Belief in the Second Coming (John 14:3, Acts 1:11) 
    • We believe in the personal and visible return of Jesus Christ..
  • Belief in Love and Compassion & Giving Comfort to those Suffering  (Matthew 22:39, 2 Cor 1:3-7) 
    • We are committed to following the teachings of Jesus by loving our neighbors, helping those in need, and spreading the message of God’s love and grace.
  • Belief in Unity of the Body of Christ (Ephesians 4:3)
    • We seek to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace, cooperating with other Christian organizations for the advancement of God’s kingdom.
  • Belief in the Power of Prayer (Philippians 4:6)
    • We recognize the importance of prayer in seeking God’s guidance, wisdom, and strength in all that we do.

WHAT WE BELIEVE about Suffering with HOPE

As Christians, we embrace the truth that suffering is a profound and often challenging aspect of our faith journey. Our statement of faith on suffering reflects our beliefs and convictions regarding this important topic:

  • Suffering in a Broken World: We acknowledge that suffering is a consequence of living in a fallen world, marred by sin and brokenness. It affects every individual, regardless of their beliefs, as part of the human condition.
  • The Suffering of Christ: We believe that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, fully entered into human suffering during His earthly ministry. He experienced pain, rejection, and crucifixion, identifying with our suffering and offering hope for redemption.
  • Suffering as a Test of Faith: We recognize that suffering can test our faith and challenge our understanding of God’s love and sovereignty. In the midst of pain, we may question, but we hold onto the assurance that God is with us in our suffering.
  • Suffering and Compassion: We understand that suffering can cultivate empathy and compassion in our hearts. We are called to reach out to those who are suffering, extending love and support in the name of Christ.
  • Suffering as a Means of Spiritual Growth: We believe that suffering can be a means of refining and maturing our faith. Through trials, we learn to depend on God, develop perseverance, and grow in our spiritual walk.
  • Suffering and Hope: We hold firmly to the hope that suffering is not the end of the story. In the resurrection of Jesus Christ, we find the ultimate assurance that suffering will be ultimately overcome, and God will wipe away every tear from our eyes.
  • Suffering and Redemption: We trust that God can use suffering for His redemptive purposes. Even in the midst of pain, He can bring about transformation, healing, and reconciliation.
  • Suffering and Prayer: We believe in the power of prayer to seek God’s guidance, comfort, and strength during times of suffering. We are encouraged to cast our cares upon Him, knowing that He cares for us.
  • Suffering and Solidarity: We affirm our commitment to stand in solidarity with those who suffer, recognizing that Jesus calls us to love our neighbors and care for the afflicted.
  • Suffering and Eternal Glory: We hold the promise that, in the presence of God, our suffering will be replaced by eternal joy, where there will be no more pain, sorrow, or tears.

In times of suffering, we, as Christians, cling to our faith in Jesus Christ, who bore our sorrows and offers the ultimate hope. Through Him, we find strength, purpose, and meaning in the midst of life’s trials.