Since Rick Joyner has said it best I will quote his recent letter.
We are founded on the central truth that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that faith in His atoning sacrifice
on the cross is the only way to eternal life and reconciliation to God the Father. We will not be ashamed or compromise the
basic foundational truths of the Christian Faith. Furthermore, as we are exhorted in I Peter 2:17, we will endeavor to "Honor
all men; love the brotherhood, fear God, honor the king."
To "honor all men" means that we will not disrespect anyone because of their religious or philosophical beliefs
regardless of how contrary they may be to ours. All human beings, who were created in the image of God, are worthy of dignity
and respect, which we intend to show them, as well as teach our children to show them.
To "love the brotherhood" implies a special devotion to those who are of the household of faith. To obey
this we will seek to love and serve all true Christians, regardless of their denominational or other affiliations. We also
consider it a basic duty to promote unity and love between Christians.
To "fear God" also implies that we do not live our lives in the fear of man, but the fear of God alone.
To "honor the king" is to honor the civil authority, which we too are committed to doing, living by and teaching
a basic respect for all who are in authority.
Our goal is to help everyone involved in the KOC to know their mission in life, and to be trained
and equipped to perform it, so when we all stand together on the great judgment day and before our King, we would hear the
words that will be the greatest reward of all, "Well done, good and faithful servant" (RSV).