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We believe the following are essential...

  •      On the essentials of the Christian faith we must have unity, on the non-essentials we must have liberty, and in all      things we must have charity.

  •      There is one God, consisting of three different people: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (Matt.28:19-20,                2Cor.13:14, 1John 5:7 Is.40:18, 46:5; Gen.1:26)

  •     The Son, Jesus Christ, is God in flesh and came to earth to save sinners, died, and rose     again     (John 1:1, 14;     8:24; 20:28, Rom.9:5, Phil. 2:5-11, Col.2:9, 1Tim.3:16, Titus 2:13, Heb.1:8, 1John 5:20, Rev.     1:8,11, 17-18;     22:13, Zech.12:10, Micah 5:2)

  •     All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God and the punishment for sin is eternal     separation from God             (Rom.3:23, 6:23, James 2:10)

  •     Salvation is received by repenting of our sin and by putting our faith in Jesus' completed substitutionary work of         the cross as the propitiation for our sin (Mark 1:15, Luke 13:3, John 3:16, 14:6, 19:30, Acts 16:31, 1Cor15, Eph.     2:8-9, Titus 3:4-7)

  •     We are all born as God’s creation and are separated from God due to our sin; therefore, we must be born again. It is     through our repentance and faith that we are regenerated and reconciled to God as children and are adopted into     His family by which we now call God our Father (John 3:3, 5, 7, Romans 5:12; 8:15, Gal. 4:6-7, 1Peter 1:23)

  •      The Holy Spirit is a person (John 14:16-17, 16:13-15, Acts 5:3-4, Eph.4:30, 1Thes.5:19) 

  •      The Bible is the inerrant, infallible, and completed Word of God (2Tim.2:15, 3:16, Psalm 19)

  •      All other doctrines, although they are important, are not essential for salvation and therefore must be acknowledged      as within the Christian liberty of every believer; it is our desire to not divide over non-essentials, but to give love and      grace to our brothers and sisters for the sake of unity (Eph. 4:3-6)    

  •      The harvest to be plentiful and the laborers to be few; therefore, we desire to be the hands and feet of Jesus in our        community (Matt.9:36-38, Romans 12:5, 1Cor.12, Col.1:18)

  •       Obedience to God does not secure our position as a child of God, but obedience will greatly impact the quality of           relationship with Him (John 14:15-24, James 2:14-26)

  •       In two ordinances: Baptism (an outward sign of the inward change that God has done in us- Matt.28:19, Acts 2:38,         Romans 6:3-4, 1Peter 3:21) and communion (a time to remember the body and the blood of Jesus and to examine       our walk with Him- Luke 22:19, 1Cor.11:23-26) 

  •       Marriage is the union between a man and a women as demonstrated in the Garden of Eden and is symbolic of our         relationship between the believer and our Savior (Eph.5)

  •       There will be a judgment for believers and unbelievers. Unbelievers will stand before God for condemnation and           believers will stand before God for commendation (John 1:24-261, Romans 14:12, 1Cor.3:8-15, 2Cor.5:9-10, Rev.         20:11-15)



Convictions and Desires


We have the following convictions:

  •   Making disciples is our greatest commission.

  •  Discipleship is a relationship based on a mutual process among Christians where we all learn from one another what  the Lord has taught us and, as a result, we all grow together.

  •  To be missionary minded and are moved with compassion to seek those who are scattered and weary in our  community.

  •  To minister to the spiritual and physical needs of the elderly, poor/homeless, foster care and group homes, mentally  and physically disabled, and active or retired military in our community.

  •  To be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community.

  •  To provide our brothers and sisters with opportunities to be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community.

  •  To have a mindset of unity within the body of Christ and hold to the belief that on the essentials we need unity, on the    non-essentials we need liberty, and in all things we need charity.

  •  Our words should edify, encourage, and bring grace to the ears who hear us.- Eph. 4:29.

  •  True leaders are servant leaders are busy about God’s business.

  •  To be examples of the Christian faith to the family of God and to our community.

  •  To bring Christ to the people and not people to a Church.

  •  Christianity is not just an amazing cruise ship on its way to heaven, but it is also a battleship at the gates of hell not       willing that any should perish.

  •   To comfort the fainthearted, uphold the weak, and be patient with all.

  •   For us not to follow through with our convictions, to us is a sin (James 4:17).