DOCTRINE FAITH STATEMENT

New Birth: There is one mediator between man and God and that man is Jesus Christ.  One must be born again by believing Jesus is the Christ in their heart and confessing with with their mouth Jesus as their Lord and Savior.  Salvation is saving grace, a free gift to mankind, based upon faith in the finished work of Jesus Christ upon the Cross. (John 3:16)
Baptism into the Holy Spirit: A subsequent experience referred to as "receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit" with the evidence of speaking in tongues.
Resurrection of the Dead: There will be a resurrection of the Dead.  Those who have believed upon Jesus as their Lord and Savior unto life eternal, will receive a glorified body and ever be with the Lord.  Those who have rejected Jesus as their Lord and Savior unto eternal damnation.
Eternal Judgment:
  • Saints - those who accepted Jesus Christ and His work on the Cross will be judged for rewards purposes only for the deeds done in their body here on earth
  • Sinners - those who rejected Jesus Christ and His finished work on the Cross will be judged as banned from presence of God
  • Satan -  he has been judged because of the work Jesus Christ did at the Cross and doomed to the Lake of Fire eternall
The Bible: Written by man but inspired by God.  It is infallible and the final authority.  It is alive and powerful and empowers us to be and to do and to have all God has given and promised us.
Divine Healing: God has provided healing for the  His  Church.  He is the same - yesterday, today, and forever.
Believer's Authority:  Jesus has given us authority over all the power of the enemy.  He has given us all authority over all the power of the enemy and to tread on serpents (figuratively referring to Satan).
Sanctification:  The work of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God enables us to grow in grace and knowledge of Jesus. This growth is walking in light of our redemption and sanctificaton.