What we Believe

statement of faith

  • In the one true and living God; affirming the Holy Trinity - within the nature of the one God, there exists three Co-equal and Co-eternal Persons. God the Father; God the Son-Jesus of Nazareth, Who is the Christ; and God the Holy Spirit.
  • In His written Word; the Holy Bible - given through divine inspiration as the infallible, inerrant Word of God. As such, the Bible in its entirety is to be the sole and final authority in all matters of belief and practice for Christians of every culture and age.
  • In Jesus Christ; affirming His full Deity and full humanity, His Virgin Birth, His perfect, sinless life, His vicarious and Substitutionary Atonement for mankind's sin, His Bodily Resurrection from the dead, and His personal, visible return to earth in the Second Coming of Christ. In the Deity and personality of the Holy Spirit, Who indwells every believer in Christ.
  • In the existence of a personality known as Satan, who is the mortal enemy of God, and who reigns over personal entities called demons and over unregenerate mankind.
  • In the utter depravity of mankind; as such placing them under condemnation of God, hopelessly lost without being regenerated by the Holy Spirit by God's grace alone and through personal faith alone in Jesus Christ alone as their Savior - this being a gift from God, lest no man boast, resulting in the eternal security of the Believer being held permanently in God's hand. In the after-life; those who have been saved will live in everlasting peace in the very presence of God, while those who die without being saved will live in conscious torment, forever shut out from the presence of God, with no second chance to change this certain destiny.
  • In the Church universal; the Body of Christ, consisting of all the redeemed by receiving Jesus Christ as Savior, and united in the Holy Spirit. The local church being an organization of believers in a given area, called out of the world to assemble to worship God and preach His Gospel. This Gospel being summed up in the death, burial and Bodily Resurrection from the dead of Jesus Christ.

Becoming a christian

How does one become a Christian?
By accepting Jesus Christ as the Lord Savior of your life.  You can do that by praying the following and believing it in your heart:

Dear God, I know I am a sinner, and that my sin has separated
me from You.  I believe You sent Jesus to die on the cross to pay
for my sin, so that I might have a relationship with You; and that
you raised Him from the dead to show that the payment was
complete.  I ask You to forgive me, and I invite Jesus into my heart
to become my Lord and Savior. Thank you for saving me.
In Jesus name, Amen.

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Accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of your life is the only way to be sure of Your Eternal Destination.

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