What We Believe

We believe that:

The Bible is the absolute truth. It is God’s word which gives humanity the answers to life’s greatest questions: Where do we go after we die? Can we fill our emptiness? Does God love us? Why is there pain and suffering in the world? Is there a solution for our broken families? Can our sins be forgiven?

The Church is really important to Jesus. It is His body which carries out His purpose in the earth. The Bible likens the church to a team, an army, and a building. We come together at a physical location to hear the preaching of God’s word, worship Him, and serve others.

Prayer is our connection to God our Father. We pray to maintain a relationship with God by telling Him about our life and listening to His voice for direction, hope, and purpose. The church is open to pray in the mornings and before each church service.

The Holy Spirit lives inside whomever repents of their sins and makes Jesus their Lord. And after the salvation experience Jesus desires each believer to be baptized by the Holy Spirit. Jesus said that John (The Baptist) baptized with water unto repentance, but you shall be baptized by the Holy Spirit. Two different experiences: Salvation and baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Baptism in water is a necessary step in the Christian’s life. It is a public declaration of our new faith in Jesus Christ. It is symbolic of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. He who believes and is baptized shall be saved.

We have the responsibility to reach un-churched people. We actively do what Jesus commanded: He said to go into the whole world and preach the gospel (the good news). We meet weekly to reach out to our city to share what Jesus has done in our lives.

If you are wondering if we are Arminian or Calvinist you probably are coming from another church. In that case it would be important to talk to the pastor so he can help give you direction for what is best for you (if you are considering being a member of our church).

Jesus could come back at any moment and lift the church above the coming judgement.

In male leadership. A woman can be a part of the church in any capacity except leading men. We teach men to lead and serve their wife like Jesus lead and served the church.