Doctrine

We believe in the God of the Bible: a Transcendent God in Triune being: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Each distinct, yet one person.

We believe in Christ: the God Man. The virgin born, 100% God, 100% Man who lived a sinless life on earth as the Bible declares and sacrificed Himself on the Cross for our sins.

We believe in the inspiration, innerrency, and infallibility of Scripture. That Holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Spirit. We believe that Scripture is the sole authority on spiritual things.

We believe that God spoke the universe into being in the literal 6 consecutive days of Creation, the fall of man, the year long global flood, and the tower of Babel.

We believe that Christ is the only way to heaven, forgiveness of sins, and an eternal relationship with God - which is the true meaning of salvation.

We believe in salvation by grace, through faith and not of works lest any man should boast. We are neither calvinist, armenian, nor molinist.

We believe that salvation is sufficient for all, available for all, meant for all, and - unfortunately - only accepted by some.

We believe in the free will of man, the sovereignty of God and the mutual inexclusivity of the two.

We believe that man is naturally bent towards total depravity, because of his fallen nature and is as bad off as he can be but not as bad as he can be. This is to be distinguished from the belief commonly called total depravity.

We believe in the eternal security of the believer, that once saved nothing can cause him/her to lose his/her salvation, even a willful rejection of the faith.

We believe that seeking God sincerely, surrendering to Him unconditionally, and obeying Him perfectly is the only formula for success.

We believe that Christ is coming back, that we have a responsibility to carry on till then, that no man will know the time or the day thereof.

We believe in the rapture, followed by a 7 year long tribulation, a 1,000 year long reign on the earth by Christ, and a new heaven and a new earth.

We believe in a literal heaven and hell and the devil, and though the believer has authority over him, we do not take him for granted.

We believe in a distinction between Israel and the Church, and that while we can benefit from the lesson of Israel we do not inherit their promises nor are we the same entity.