To prepare all NHAT Altar Evangelists to be ready and available for God’s use anytime and anywhere.
To head the NHAT congregation in the celebration of the pastor, wife and their children as the First Family.
To provide a venue for the Body of Christ to educate the world through books, music CD’s, messages on CD and DVD’s.
To see those saints of God that have been discouraged or fallen from grace return to the Lord with great power and strength. To help them realize who they are in Christ. To help them return with exceeding joy in the Holy Ghost.
To reveal and reinforce God’s Kingdom principles to the members of NHAT by teaching the word of God and methods to apply God’s principals to their lives.
To illustrate ways to praise and worship the Lord in spirit and in truth through dance.
To go outside of the church and share the word and works of God with others.
To arouse the spirit and emotion of the priesthood and guests with the excitement of praise and prayer.
To have serviced conducted at correctional facilities in Lincoln and Tecumseh.
To give all guests and members the love of God when they come to NHAT.
To acknowledge our visitors and guests with care and with personal one on one contact.
To inspire growth in men and young boys. To build strong relationships with other men, saints, and with the Lord Jesus Christ. This will be done through regular fellowship and teaching.
To edify the body by making the musical worship of God come alive so much that the music will deliver, encourage, motivate, and help develop musicians.
Nursing Home Ministry:
To bring the Word of God to those who are sick and shut-in at the nursing homes. To help them and their families understand the Good News they have heard by the preaching and teaching of the Word of God.
To glorify God through spiritual growth. To give single people the opportunity to form meaningful relationships with others who are in this similar “season of life.”
To provide a loving support system that will inspire and strengthen the spiritual growth of the New Member.
To prepare women to function in the Body of Christ as positive teachers and role models. To encourage them to esteem God by putting him first in all that they do, both spiritually and naturally.
To visit those who are sick and shut-in. To send flowers, cards, and offer prayer in their time of illness.
To teach young people how to be Warriors of God. To encourage young people to strive for their right to be who God created them to be. To help them find out whom they are in Christ. To have them perform God’s gifts so they will be able to win others to Christ.