What We Believe (This is an overview of the foundation of our beliefs)

THE BIBLE

We believe that all scriptures (The Holy Bible) has been given by the inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. We hold the Word of God to be the only authority in all matters and assert that no doctrine can be true or essential, if it does not find a place in this Word. (II Tim. 3:16-17)

THE FATHER, THE SON, THE HOLY GHOST

We believe in God, the Father, Jesus Christ, the Son & the Holy Ghost, the Holy Spirit.    We believe God is the Author and Creator of all things, that Jesus is the Son of God who was with God in the beginning of creation (St. John 1:1). We believe that Jesus Christ was born of a virgin called Mary according to the scripture (St. Matthew 1:18), thus giving rise to our fundamental belief in the Virgin Birth and to all of the miraculous events surrounding the phenomenon (St. Matthew 1:18-25). We believe that Jesus Christ became the “suffering servant” to man; this suffering servant came seeking to redeem man from sin and to reconcile him back to God, his Father (Romans 5:10). We believe that Jesus Christ is standing now as mediator between God and man (I Timothy 2:5) We believe the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and the Son, is of the same substance, equal to power and glory, and is together with the Father and the Son, to be believed in, obeyed, and worshipped. The Holy Ghost is a gift bestowed upon the believer for the purpose of equipping and empowering the believer, making him a more effective witness for service in the world. He teaches and guides one into all truth (John 16:13; Acts 1:8, 8:39).

SALVATION

We believe that Salvation is a gift from God available to all. This redemptive operation of faith is through the acceptance of Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. We believe that he was born of a virgin, lived, ministered and died for our sins and rose again with all power in his hands, ascended up to the Father thus allowing the Holy Spirit to dwell among all flesh.  ( Matthew 3:1-2, 4:17; Acts 20:21 (Romans 1:17, 3:28; St. Matthew 9:22; Acts 26:18 (II Kings 5:15; II Chronicles 33:12-13; St. Luke 19:8, 9; Acts 8:30). (Romans 6:4;5:6; Colossians 2:12; 3:1).