Many Old Testament leaders were given the anointing to carry out their task given by God. Moses saw a burning bush in the desert and learnt how God can transform the ordinary by the fire of his Spirit (Exodus 3:1-12). At a time of political turmoil and moral collapse, Isaiah had a vision of the Lord on the throne and realized that God was in control of the history (Isaiah 6). God spoke to Jeremiah through an almond tree and a cooking pot giving him a vision of the power of his word in a day of disaster (Jeremiah 1).
Both Moses and Jeremiah lacked self-confidence and complained that they did not have the gift of communication. They needed a vision of God's power and of His willingness and ability to equip His leaders. These two great men of God received God's power, their vision turned into reality which enabled them to create history. These biblical incidents and examples inspired Raja Faith Ministries to have a vision apart from addressing the stark realities of utter poverty, miserable conditions of the poor, specially the youth and the oppressive and exploitive structures of the society.
Moses was well aware of the plight of Israel in Egypt and it is clear from the early chapters of Isaiah that the Prophet was aware of the social and religious needs of the nation. Nehemiah was drawn towards earnest prayer and action as soon as he received news of the disaster at Jerusalem.
Christian community, theologically speaking, is the Body of Christ and its life is the Continuation of the Ministry of Jesus Christ, from this Raja Faith Ministries drew its inspiration to the nature of the Community's task today. The keynote is 'Service':"The Son of Man came not to be ministered unto but to minister and to give His life as a ransom for many" (Mark 10:45) and" he that is greatest among you shall be your servant" (Matt 23:11 ).
Raja Faith Ministries envisages making an in-depth study of the Bible for inspiration and prayerfully seeking the guidance of the Holy Spirit to translate its ideas into viable programme’s. At the same time it intends to keep updating itself on the changing trends in society in general and locality in particular in order to cater to the needs of the weaker Sections of the society. The Vision has two-pronged mission which addresses Spiritual And daily / worldly needs of the people.
The Vision proposes, broadly speaking, the following areas for its Ministry:
1. Education & Training
2. Health, Hygiene & Sanitation
3. Employment & Economic Activities
4. Social Service
5. Environment & Housing
6. Establishing / constructing hospitals and clinics.
7. Organizing medical camps
8. Starting counseling & Vocational guidance centers
9. Developing spiritual leadership - blending natural and spiritual
Aims and objects
1) To establish, promote, run, maintain and support, financially or otherwise, places of worship and religious teachings, retreat centers, libraries, and centers for community programs for the benefit of the public.
2) To establish, promote, run, maintain and support, financially or otherwise, institutions for theological training and education and to provide grants, scholarships, fellowships and other forms of financial assistance to the needy and deserving for pursuing education, vocational training and skill development.
3) To provide chaplaincy at prisons, hospitals, schools, colleges and at such other places/ institutions as may be determined.
4) To provide support, in cash or in kind, to priests and other religious workers
5) To support students, financially and otherwise, who are desirous of undertaking theological and religious education.
6) To work for reconciliation, peace and religious harmony amongst people of all faiths and to develop understanding regards human rights.
7) To provide a moral and ethical framework for the people to live by and thereby help in creating a better society
8) To provide,promote and to give financial and other support to organization promoting and producing religious literature, films, dramas, musicals, radio broadcasts, television programs, internet programs and plays.
1) To support financially or otherwise towards the education of the poor downtrodden, needy and deserving.
2) To establish, promote, run, maintain and support, financially or otherwise, institutions imparting education, vocational skill, training, guidance, coaching and counseling to the poor, underprivileged, needy and deserving.
3) To establish, promote, run, maintain and support, financially or otherwise, institutions providing adult literacy programs and other non-formal educational programs.
4) To provide fellowship, literature, books, pamphlets and periodicals for the spread and advancement of education and culture.
5) To secure the common people appropriate vocational, industrial and technical education at various levels in order to make them economically self supporting.
6) To provide the economically and socially backward, poor, disadvantaged and needy help and assistance in all possible manner for the furtherance of their basic human values.
7) To establish, promote, run and maintain hostels for students, boarding houses, study centers and libraries
1) To establish, promote, run, maintain and support, financially or otherwise, centers for medical relief hospitals and hospices, dispensaries, clinics, nursing homes, centers for relief to the aged, physically and mentally challenged, poor and downtrodden, disadvantaged sections of the society, and to provide financial, in-kind, medical and other types of assistance/ aid as may be necessary.
2) To conduct health checkups, medical programs and camps, rehabilitation programs for the poor, needy, deserving and under privileged sections of the society.
3) To provide support and aid to the aged and ailing including the promoting establishment and running of homes for them.
1) To establish, promote, run, maintain and provide support to orphanages, homes for the poor and disadvantaged, crèches and other establishments that provide sustenance, learning, guidance and training.
2) To acquire, purchase or otherwise own or under take on loan or lease or hire temporarily or permanently any movable or immovable property necessary or convenient for the furtherance of the objects of the trust.
3) To provide relief to the poor, needy and deserving.
4) To undertake any other activity incidental to the above activities but which are not inconsistent with the above objects.If any of the above objects is found to be inconsistent with the objects of a public charitable institution under section 11 or any other section of the income-tax act, 1961 or any other direct tax law or any other law applicable to such trusts as now enacted or as may be enacted or amended at a future date, the objects stated above will be treated as so modified to accord with such law or amended law so that any concessions, privileges, conditions or regulations available to and applicable to such public charitable institutions will be available or applicable to this trust as well so that this trust will continue to retain its character as a public charitable institution without profit motive with public character within the meaning of all such laws.