Our Mission

Our mission is to provide quality education, regardless of race, age, gender or religion and founded on Biblical Christian values to educate the whole person – spirit, mind and body. We value education that is:

Our Objectives



Our strategic objectives seek to provide quality education founded on Christian values that will impact the developing nations of the world. To do so, these strategic objectives have been formulated at a local, regional and national level.

Local Strategic Objectives
  • Develop and deliver literacy programs to local communities.
  • Establish primary and secondary schools within local communities able to sustain their development.
  • Establish an emphasis on academic, technical and vocational education within local primary and secondary schools according to the identified needs of local communities.
  • Provide networks for governance, curricula, human & financial resources, professional development and training to encourage local operational autonomy, accountability and sustainability.
  • Develop local facilities that express excellence without ostentation.
Regional Strategic Objectives
  • Provide regional facilities servicing and serviced by schools from a number of local communities to develop post secondary, technical and vocational education, health care and teacher training.
  • Develop regional facilities that reflect comparable world standards.
  • Develop networks of communication, professional development, student interaction amongst regional centres and between regional centres and their contributing schools.
  • Develop professional, learning and technological networks to engage other national and international professional identities and communities.
National Strategic Objectives
  • Develop national tertiary facilities catering to the educational and vocational needs of students.
  • Develop national facilities that reflect comparable world standards.
  • Develop national networks of communication, professional development, student and staff exchange.
  • Develop national organisational structures to ensure systemic responsibility, accountability and resource management.
  • Develop national organisational structures that will liaise with individuals, national and international governments, agencies and organisations.



These educational objectives endeavour to develop recognised quality education from pre-literacy to tertiary level by developing learning communities whose philosophical foundations, beliefs and values, educational expression and personal outcomes are founded on Christian faith.

Mission Educate seeks to develop education that:

  • Understands and responds to local, regional and national needs.
  • Assists individuals to become intellectually, spiritually, financially, vocationally and socially capable.
  • Is culturally relevant and provides gender equality.
  • Engages and involves each individual in the development and delivery of their education.
  • Fosters a love of learning through an understanding of life-long learning.
  • Encourages the development of leadership skills for their expression in service at local, regional and national levels.
  • Reflects recognised best practice in their content and delivery.
  • Develops a sense of identity in a global community.
  • Promotes the development of strong, spiritual, educated leadership.
  • Facilitates change in communities.



Through the development and delivery of its education, Mission Educate recognises and values the dignity of each individual. In the development of relationships amongst and within individuals and organisations, it seeks to:

  • Develop personal integrity through an understanding and expression of the character of Christ in each individual's life.
  • Encourage the development and expression of individual values and beliefs.
  • Develop educators who have a sense of Christian vocation, commitment to excellence, love of learning regard for the integrity of individuals and responsiveness to the needs of their community and nation.
  • Facilitate individual, systemic and organisational relationships reflecting Biblical values and morals which express respect, integrity, honesty and fair dealing.
  • Develop respect for those in positions of authority and responsibility.



In the pursuit of its objectives, Mission Educate seeks to develop organisational systems of authority, accountability, management, sustainability, efficiency and financial development that:

  • Are an expression of Christian values, ethics and morals.
  • Develop the life skills of those involved.
  • Provide for the expression of authority, responsibility and accountability at a local, regional, national and international level.
  • Reflect a commitment to excellence and an expression of recognised best practice.
  • Are responsive to local, regional and national needs.
Values and Beliefs



Mission Educate is a Christian organisation. Our Christian faith determines the values that are important to our corporate culture, personal behaviour and organisational outcomes. We endeavour to maintain unity with Christian believers who hold the following beliefs as fundamental to their faith.

We believe:

  1. That the Bible is the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God.
  2. That there is one God, existent in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  3. In the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His Virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His shed blood for the remission of sins, in His resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand Of the Father and in His personal return in Power and glory.
  4. Salvation is found only through faith in Jesus Christ by individuals who have acknowledged their sin, repented and accepted His forgiveness.
  5. In the reality of the Holy Spirit and His work in the lives of Believers.
  6. That God through Jesus Christ is the author of all creation and that each person is unique, the result of the individual creation of a loving God.
  7. That the Church is made up of those who have been born of the Spirit and confess Jesus Christ as Lord.
  8. That Jesus Christ will return to earth as Lord at the end of time. This will have implications for those who believe or do not believe in Him.



We believe that:

  1. Education is the right of every individual regardless of gender, nationality, age or socio-economic status.
  2. The universe is the result of intelligent design, created by an omnipotent, omniscient and ever-present God.
  3. God-given laws govern the physical and meta-physical realms and the process of education is the discovery and understanding of these laws.
  4. The Creator God is a personal God who can be known personally in a relationship through His Son Jesus Christ.
  5. Jesus Christ is the author and focus of all wisdom, knowledge and learning.
  6. Humans were created with the ability to learn, create, reason, value and discriminate and these processes distinguish humanity from the rest of creation.
  7. Each individual possesses a God consciousness, a self consciousness and a world consciousness and effective education engages and develops all of these areas.
  8. Education involves the spiritual, moral, social, intellectual, vocational and physical development of an individual.
  9. Education occurs within community for the benefit of both the individual and the many communities in which the individual interacts.
  10. The family is the primary agency of socialisation and education and is the basis on which society develops.
  11. Education is a personal process of life-long learning, in which schooling and educational institutions play an important role.
  12. Each individual has a God-given purpose for life and education assists in the discovery of that purpose.



We value:

  1. The Bible as the foundation for all education.
  2. Education that is focused on the whole person – spirit, mind and body.
  3. The responsibility and integrity of the family in the nurture of children.
  4. Teaching as a ministry and a call of God.
  5. Students who have a willingness to learn and who demonstrate the potential to engage with, and impact their internal and external communities.
  6. A protected learning environment that is physically and psychologically safe, disciplined and aesthetic, supporting a healthy balance between life and work.
  7. Responsible participation by each individual in their internal and external communities.
  8. Education that produces service orientation and capability, responsive to the needs of both the learning community and the external communities with which it interacts.
  9. The pursuit of excellence to achieve God-given potential as an acknowledgement of an excellent God.
  10. Integrity in personal conduct and external practise.
  11. A spirit of experimentation, innovation, entrepreneurialism and client service.
  12. Faith in God, in responding to life’s challenges.
  13. Ethical, personal and organisational conduct established, developed and expressed on Christian principles.
  14. Respect for government and authority.
Educational Practice

Distinctive Features of our Educational Practice



The practical expression of our education is founded on an understanding that:

  • The Bible is the authentic source of knowledge providing the perspective and meta-physical framework for the understanding of truth and knowing.
  • There is absolute truth which is resident in, and created by an infinite Creator God.
  • All creation has been created by and for Jesus Christ, the third person of the Godhead.
  • Humanity is the discoverer and not the originator of truth.
  • The search for knowledge and the act of knowing is the recognition of the Creator and His work in Creation.
  • Scientific enquiry is the process of discovering pre-existent truth and pre-determined God created natural laws and processes.
  • Human reasoning alone is an insufficient agent of truth.
  • Truth is not abstract and has a practical application in an individual's daily life.
  • The acquisition of truth and knowledge will be evidenced in an individual's actions.



Our education and learning experiences are enabled by individuals who believe that they have a call from God to teach. Our teaching approach:

  • Engages both teacher and student in a learning experience.
  • Values the teacher as a facilitator of student learning.
  • Motivates students to discover knowledge and learning as an individual pursuit.
  • Encourages teachers to model Godly behaviour and a love of learning to their students.
  • Encourages the internal development of Christ-like character, values and ethics that are expressed externally in Godly behaviour within the student.
  • Fosters the development of compassion and concern for God's world and those in it.
  • Expresses Christ-like character, attitudes and actions.
  • Seeks competence and currency in inclusive teaching styles.
  • Values a commitment to life-long learning and communities of learners.
  • Is individually, culturally and nationally relevant.
  • Promotes effective communication between the home and learning community.
How can you help?

Because of your support I can go to school

Knowing changes everything

Your support affects the lives of real children and their families. They are so grateful to learn that there are people in other countries who have an interest in their welfare.

Mozambique continues to face significant challenges with over 1 million children unable to access education and almost half of the population unable to read. With your help, Mission Educate continues to face these challenges, one life at a time.

We value the regular support of donors who contribute to the day to day running costs of the school. There are 3 sponsorship opportunities available supporting students, senior students and teachers.

Open Door

$25 per month

  • Sponsoring educational costs for students
  • Prep to Year 12
  • King of King's School

Senior Student (3 Years)

$350 per year

  • Individual senior student
  • Years 10-12
  • 3 Year Commitment


$250 per month

  • Supporting an individual teacher's salary
  • Providing teaching resources
  • King of King's School

Build-A-School Project

4 classrooms and toilet block


Library and Textbooks

Purchasing new library book and text books for the teachers and students to use in class.

Volunteer for an event

You can help support our fundraising activities by volunteering your time and expertise at the following events.

  • Mozi Run
  • Aspire Dinner
  • Charity Golf Day

Be part of a team to visit Mozambique

Limited vacancies are available to people interested in visiting the King of King's School in Mozambique.

For further information contact us below.

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Citylink Resource Centre

148 Eastlake Street
Carrara Qld 4211

PO Box 1039
Mudgeeraba QLD 4213


+07 5534 8050


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