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The Hawaii Pastors Roundtable is an organization of Senior Pastors, Lead Priests, Denominational Leaders, and CEO’s of Christian non-profits all serving in Hawaii.

Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven. - Matthew 5:16

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To build UNITY in the essentials and RESPECT in non-essentials.
We recognize the rich diversity of the Christian community in Hawaii as a collage of groups from different Christian traditions and denominations with distinctive worship styles and various theological views. In spite of those differences, we conduct ourselves in harmony, building unity in the essentials declared in our Statement of Faith, and respecting our differences in other matters. We will cultivate a candid atmosphere in our discussions where we can voice our opinions freely.

To promote RIGHTEOUSNESS above "religion".
We embrace the State of Hawaii's motto, "Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono - The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness." As Christian Leaders of Hawaii, our goal is to provide Christ-centered position statements that will influence our community for righteousness. We maintain that local churches and other groups dedicated to making Christian converts are better equipped for the task of evangelism.

To become INFLUENCERS, not to be influenced.
We are aware that individuals and organizations may want our endorsement and support for their interests. We are a non-denominational and a non-partisan organization. As we conduct our discussions, we will protect our mission from external individual interests. With the same zeal, we will watch over internal individual interests. With a sincere spirit of collaboration, we will labor towards common vision, not individual causes.

To proclaim the TRUTH balanced with GRACE.
We understand that position statements based on Christ-centered values may not be embraced by everyone in the larger community of Hawaii. However, we will depend on the Holy Spirit to articulate our statements in a way that is neither condemning nor watered down. We do not want our opinion in important matters to be dismissed because of lack of clarity. We will be creative in communicating our message with both spiritual authority and gracious tone. We want to be known more for what we are for rather than what we are against.

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