Statement of Faith

  

We believe in the divine inspiration of the Word of God, both Old and New Testaments for the purpose of God revealing Himself and His will to all creation. It alone is the eternal standard by which all things will be judged.


We believe in the Triune God, eternal, infinite, sovereign creator of all things, inexpressible in holiness, perfect in love. He exists in the oneness of three persons, equal in each expression of His distinctions as God the Father (Jehovah), God the Son (Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Spirit. 

We believe that Jesus Christ is God come in the flesh, perfectly human while continuing to be perfectly God. He alone is the sacrifice for the sin of mankind that brings salvation through virtue of His sinless life, substitutionary death and bodily return to accomplish the many promises concerning the end times as recorded in both the Old and New Testaments.


We believe in the personage of the Holy Spirit. He indwells all true believers in order to baptize them into the body of Christ, teach them the “rhema” of the Word of God, guide in the personal application of that word, empower the believer to minister the spiritual gifts given to him by God, empowers the believer to exercise his victory in Christ to restrain all demonic forces, and convicts of sin.


We believe God created mankind in His image, without sin, in order to know and enjoy God through serving Him. However, through Adam’s voluntary choice to disobey God, sinfulness became a part of mankind’s inbred nature, thus separating him from a righteous and holy God. He is under the just condemnation of God and in his own efforts to remove his sinfulness is hopelessly lost. Only through repentance (including rejection of sinfulness) to God and receiving by faith God’s only solution for sin (the person and work of Jesus Christ) can man receive forgiveness of sins, the righteousness of Christ as his new nature, and, in time, a new sinless body fit for eternal life with God as His child.

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