Scripture is Inspired
The Scriptures both Old and New Testament are the inspired, inerrant,
infallible revelation of God to man and our authority for faith and conduct.
The One true God has revealed Himself as the “I AM,”
the Creator, and the Redeemer of mankind.
The Lord Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of God.
The Scriptures declare His virgin birth, sinless life, miracles, death and resurrection,
and the ascension to the right hand of God.
His sacrificial work atones for the sinfulness of mankind to
all who believe and confess Jesus as Lord.
The Holy Spirit of God is given as the greatest gift
to seal believers for eternity in relationship with God.
The Scriptures declare He convicts of sin, reveals truth, helps, comforts,
and guides all believers in the truth of Jesus Christ.
The Father is God.
The Son, Jesus Christ, is God.
The Holy Spirit is God.
The Father is neither the Son nor the Holy Spirit.
The Son, Jesus Christ, is neither the Father nor the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit is neither the Father nor the Son.
All three persons are equal in essence but have differentiating hierarchical roles.
Man’s only hope of freedom from sin and spiritual death is through
the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the Cross.
Salvation is by faith through grace and demonstrated in repentance.
There is no salvation apart from personal faith in Jesus Christ as Lord.
He is the only way to eternal life.
Water Baptism:  
In the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and by full immersion.
Holy Communion:
The Lord’s Supper consisting of the Body and Blood represented in the fruit of the vine and bread.
The church is the representative of Jesus on earth,
with Christ being the head, and is to carry out and fulfill the Great Commission.
The second coming of Christ includes the rapture and
a return to earth by Christ with His saints for a thousand-year reign.
There will be a final judgment at which all men and women will be judged.
All of God’s children will reign forever in a new heaven and new earth.