believe that the Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God.
God’s Word clearly teaches that there is only one true God, it also makes clear
that there is a plurality of Persons (trinity) within the Godhead.
Father of all in creation. He cares for and planned the government of
everything. He sent His Son to this world on a redemptive mission.
became a human being, through the Person of Jesus Christ. He had a human
body (now a glorified body), a soul, and a spirit. He was tempted in all
points as we are, yet He never chose to sin.
gives grace and mercy and saves those who come to Him in true faith
death on the cross defeated and conquered death’s power over believers.
Holy Spirit convicts the world in regard to sin, righteousness, and judgment. He
regenerates those who believe and baptizes them into the body of Christ. He
indwells, gifts, and enables every believer.
created man, male and female, in His image. Originally, man possessed a
holy nature, but through sin this nature was marred. Thus, all mankind has inherited a fallen nature which has an
aversion to God. Man’s
only hope for redemption, restoration, and eternal well-being is a personal
relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ.
desire is that all men everywhere repent.
involves acknowledging personal sin, confessing your sin, and turning to God. As a result of repentance, God forgives, pardons, and blesses with
His indwelling presence.
compose the church or body of Christ. However, there are many local
expressions of the church for practical worship, fellowship, edification, and
outreach. We would encourage every believer to actively identify with a
local expression of the Body of Christ for accountability, fellowship, growth,
and outreach. The
major purpose of the church is to worship and glorify God. This is done
as each individual member is maturing in Christ-likeness and is using his gifts
to minister to others in service and outreach.
Lord gave many instructions for individual believers. Two instructions
(ordinances) we will practice as a body of believers are the Lord’s Supper and
We practice baptism by
immersion, which we believe best pictures the believers’ identification with
our Lord in His death, burial, and resurrection. We believe baptism is
for those who have personally acknowledged Christ as Savior and Lord.
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