Beliefs

  1. We Believe the Bible is the perfect Word of God. It is without error from beginning to end. We
    do not trust in visions, dreams or tongues. The Bible is our sole Authority for faith and practice.
  2. We believe that salvation is provided by Jesus Christ and Him alone. It is through his death,
    burial and resurrection that men are saved from sin. It is the blood of Jesus that cleanses us
    from all sin. Works and religion cannot save in anyway. The gospel is the power of God unto
    Salvation. Furthermore, we believe that Christ died for all men and upon the conviction of the
    Holy Spirit, the repentance of the heart and the confession of the mouth men are Born-Again of
    God’s Spirit.
  3. We believe in the eternal salvation of all believers. Once a person trusts in Christ, they are
    forever kept by the power of God and can never be lost. Salvation is truly everlasting life.
    However, those who have trusted Christ are His and will obey Him and His Word. We do not
    believe a person can live any way they so desire and be saved. The Bible dogmatically declares
    that a person will be a new creature in Christ.
  4. We believe in the Bible doctrine of the Trinity. We believe in one God, co-existing in three
    persons: The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. It is the father who planned our salvation, his
    Son Jesus who provided our forgiveness and the Spirit of God who seals our state before God.
    Furthermore, at the moment of salvation we receive all of God’s Spirit. We do not get more of
    God, rather we must surrender more of ourselves to him on a daily basis.
  5. We believe that the Local New Testament Church is God’s ordained institution. It is through
    individual bodies of believers that the Great Commission is carried on throughout the world.
  6. We believe that Jesus Christ will literally return to earth and gather His saints prior to the
    tribulation period.
  7. We believe that water baptism is an act of obedience to the command of Christ and is by
    immersion after salvation.
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