The Code

In the context of leadership, love can be defined as a “heartfelt concern for the well-being of others”. Centered in God’s love, the leaders at Entrepid Inc. value and love each person we are accountable to and for and we care about their personal, emotional, spiritual and financial needs; their career advancement; character growth; their health; and their families. We strive to be a model of moral leadership to one another and to the generation of leaders we are commissioned to raise up. We are committed to the following set of moral leadership values:

  • Moral leaders understand that God alone is God.

    He makes the rules and is worthy of respect.

  • Moral leaders respect their teams’ need for rest.

    It’s immoral to exploit your people and work them to the point of exhaustion.

  • Respect for others begins in the home.

    If you can’t show respect to your own father and mother, then you probably will not respect others either. Respect is a basic moral requirement.

  • Moral leaders not only refuse to commit murder, but also

    refuse to harm other people in ways such as character assassination.

  • Moral leaders build clear boundary lines around their lives and behavior

    and do not place themselves in a compromising position.

  • Moral leaders do not steal by cutting corners on their taxes,

    padding expense accounts or overcharging a client

  • Moral leaders deal honestly with team members

    and don’t lie about competitors in order to gain some advantage.

  • Moral leaders respect the marriage and family relationships of others, as well as their possessions.

    There is nothing immoral about wanting to advance your career, but moral leaders are content with what they have earned.