At ICF, we learn from each other. Each of us is one another's best teacher, whether that be in something mundane or spiritual. ICF gives each person who comes a chance to recognize their ignorance and increase their understanding in an environment that is forgiving and accepting.
At ICF, we acknowledge each other as people, created in God's image, in need of a Savior, and humbled and inspired by Christ's love for us in his sacrifice on the cross.
At ICF, God works through individual people and cultures to create a unique community that rather than being separated by differences is brought together by them and glorifies God through the diversity he has created. Although we come from so many different backgrounds, at ICF we become a family devoid of ethnic, language, cultural, and religious boundaries - everything that might separate us in the secular world is abolished by Christ, and in its place is established nothing but love.
In our personal experience, what we first loved about ICF was the people we met, the recognition of our global Christian family, and the all-encompassing sense of God's very present and active spirit. He is there, tangibly.