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The Scientific Proof Of God

Business Statements


Business Statements are the foundational documents of an organization. They define the parameters and beliefs of the organization. A full set of statements includes a Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Belief Statement, Purpose Statement, Values Statement and the Business Statement.

Mission Statement:

A mission statement tells us why the business exists and encompasses the scope of the activity that a business will undertake. Knowing why the business exists provides clarity and focus. It explains who we are as a business, what we do as a business and whom we serve.  A Mission Statement defines who are the customers of the business. While it needs to be one sentence long a Mission Statement contains the purpose statement, business statement and the values statement.

  • Ecumenics Org works to prove God's Existence through the building of unity and the end of social division,  marginalization, social stratification, alienation, debt, inflation and pollution in accordance with the inalienable right of all persons to own what he or she creates and reject all costs created by the state.

Vision Statement:

Organizations should have a statement of what they are trying to do and where they are trying to go. The vision statement is said to paint a picture of the ideal future. It paints a picture of the organizations contribution to society. While the goal may be unobtainable the vision helps to motivate and give direction to those in the organization. A vision statement tells us what is being built.

  • Ecumenics Org sees a future in which all persons know God exists, liberalism and the social costs of legal rights have been eliminated and mankind is answerable only to God; there being no division or schism or social stratification, marginalization or exclusion but unity and peace and an abiding trust in a church committed to equality, fraternity and respect for human rights under God.

Purpose Statement:

The purpose Statement clearly states what an organization seeks to accomplish, why the organization exists and what the ultimate result of the organizations work is. Usually done in two phrases, the first is an infinitive that indicates the change to be performed and the second identifies the problem that will be changed.

Ecumenics Org:

  • works towards a time when all eyes have seen the Glory of God.
  • views liberal globalism as Babylon and the enemy we must overcome.

Business Statement:

Business Statements give the main methods used by the organization to fulfill its purpose - as given in the purpose statement. Business Statements tell what the organization does to fulfill the goals of the Purpose Statement.

Ecumenics Org:

  • Works to unite the Right in support of the scientific proof of God.
  • Supports the formation of Exchanges as a way to promote the scientific proof of God.
  • Transfer resources and power from the public sector into the hands of citizens.
  • Systematically reduces waste, debt and risk using debt for equity swaps.
  • Promotes EDAPs. (EDAP= Energy Descent Action Plans) and the elimination of waste and debt.
  • Transforms the industrial era processes and hierarchical administrative procedures of the free enterprise system into the small-scale knowledge networks of the Creative Economy.

Values Statement:

The values statement is the document that gives the organization its principles or beliefs. These enable the organizations members to pursue the organizations purpose. Actions are to be consistent with our mission to achieve our vision.

  • Ecumenics Org values ownership, stewardship, private property, human rights, charity, and communities freed of the state and legal rights, deleveraged and sustainable and equitable shorn of social costs and social stratification both deemed morally reprehensible and rationally indefensible.

Belief Statement: 

       Ecumenics Org believes in:

  • Human rights
  • Ownership
  • Stewardship
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Patriotism
  • Community
  • Specialization
  • Technology
  • Rationalism
  • Private property
  • Justice
  • Science
  • The Golden Rule
  • Dominionism
  • God