We believe in God as three persons (Father, Son, Holy Spirit) in one divine substance, Who is self-existent, eternal with no beginning and no end, and the Creator of all things.
We believe that Jesus Christ is God’s only begotten Son, who is pre
existent and came down from heaven as the eternal Word. For our sake, He became man and became fully incarnate in the womb of the Virgin
Mary through the power of the Holy Spirit. He died on the cross and
rose again, in the eternal mystery of two natures subsisting at the same time: fully God and fully man. We believe that in His ascension, He is
seated at the right hand of the Father. We believe that when we accept
Jesus as our personal Savior and come to God through faith in the
atoning work of Jesus on the cross, we become born again and receive salvation and eternal life. We believe Jesus is our soon and coming King.
We believe in the Holy Spirit as a person who is preparing the church for the second coming of Christ. We believe that baptism with the Holy Spirit empowers believers and that the Holy Spirit’s incoming follows the same pattern that is described in the New Testament (Acts 2:4). We believe that it is the will of God that we daily walk in the power of the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 4:30-32). We believe that baptism of the Holy Spirit empowers believers (1 Corinthians 12:1-11), and that we should show spiritual fruit as evidence of a Spirit-filled life (Galatians 5:22-25).
We believe that the Holy Bible is God-inspired, inerrant, and infallible.
We believe that heaven is the glorious, eternal home of born-again
believers (John 14:1-3; Revelation 7:15-17), and that hell is the place of eternal judgment. We believe that we will all stand before the judgment
seat of Christ and be judged for the deeds that we have done on earth, whether good or evil. We believe in the eternal reward for those who are born again and have lived their lives serving God, known as the
crown of glory that awaits the faithful.
We believe that divine healing is the power of Christ to heal the sick in
answer to the prayer of faith (James 5:14-16).
We believe that the church’s primary responsibility is taking the gospel
to the entire world and making disciples (Mark 16:15; Matthew 28:19-
20) and to love one another as Christ loved us. We believe that it is the responsibility of the church to love the poor, the broken, and the
outcast, and to take responsibility for one’s fellow neighbor. We believe that all Christians should live a life worthy of the calling as mandated in the New Testament, by the grace of God. We believe that it is the will of God for believers to walk in progressive sanctification, growing
continuously in the faith (Hebrews 6:1). We believe that a very real
change takes place in people who accept Christ as Savior; believers
allow Christ’s life to be lived through them (2 Corinthians 5:17;
Galatians 2:20). We believe that followers of Christ have a sacred duty
to identify with the visible church of Jesus Christ and should meet
regularly with fellow believers (Hebrews 10:24, 25).