What We Believe

The Keystone Project is an inter-denominal and multi-cultural network of churches and leaders that is unified in the essentials of the Christian faith and diverse in the non-essentials. The Keystone Project has trained leaders from over 150 denominations including Baptist, Pentecostal, Coptic, Roman Catholic, Dispensational, Reformed, Lutheran, Anglican, and Non-denominational.

As an organization we hold to the Lausanne Covenant as an expression of our doctrinal convictions and our commitment to the mission of God in the world.

Read The Lausanne Covenant.

The Keystone Project embraces the radical call of the gospel to suffer and sacrifice for the fulfillment of the Great Commission. We reject what has been called the “prosperity gospel” as a false and harmful teaching. We affirm the 2010 Lausanne commitment to “walk in simplicity, rejecting the idolatry of greed.”

Read The 2010 Lausanne Commitment regarding simplicity and greed.