Mission E4 is recognized by the IRS as a non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization.
The premise for our ministry is based on a passage from the Bible found in Ephesians 4. Our goal is to “Connect the Body of Christ” and to “Equip the Saints.” The “Body of Christ” is a metaphor the Bible uses to describe the world-wide Christian church. We feel that the church is very divided and segregated throughout the world. Our belief is that the church is meant to work in unity to fulfill what the Bible refers to as “The Great Commission.” We also believe we should be united in our support of one another in other tangible ways.
With this in mind, we work with networks of evangelical pastors and lay leaders cross-denominationally attempting to facilitate united action. We also work to connect the US church with churches around the world in need of financial support. Currently we have work going on in Haiti, Kosovo, Albania, and the USA.
The second premise seen in Ephesians 4 is the idea that if Christian people are led, taught, and trained correctly, it will create a certain level of Christian maturity. The goal is for each person within the church to be trained and equipped to do the “work of ministry." Therefore, many aspects of our ministry are dedicated to intensive training.