What we teach:
What we reject:
- All of the historic fundamentals of the faith... the deity of Christ, His virgin birth, miracles, sinless life and sacrificial, substitutional, atoning death on the cross of Calvary, His resurrection and ascension, His soon return ...just to name a few.
- The verbal inspiration, inerrancy, infallibility, authority and sufficiency of the Holy Bible.
- Salvation by grace, through faith in the finished work of Calvary, and not of works.
- The gospel of Jesus Christ is the only real answer for the spiritual problems of mankind.
- The power of God to save, to heal, to deliver from all types of addiction and bondage, and to fundamentally change man from the inside out.
- The evidence of a changed life.
- The infilling, anointing and empowerment of the Holy Ghost in the life of the believer, as evidenced in both the Old and New Testaments.
- Total dependence upon the bible and the Holy Spirit to accomplish the work of God.
- It is exclusively the job of the Holy Ghost to convict the heart of sin, righteousness and judgment.
- The imminent return of Christ to the Earth, to put down all unrighteousness, and to set up His kingdom which will last forever.
- The sending and supporting of God-called, like-minded missionaries to the foreign field.
What we want:
- The way of Cain and the arm of the flesh.
- Legalism and self-righteousness.
- Any doctrine not found in scripture, nor logically supported by it, must be rejected by the church.
- Any philosophy or method of ministry that relies upon psychology or evolution and thus denies the biblical diagnosis of the sinful condition of man.
- Fads and false doctrines such as the New Apostolic Reformation, the prosperity message, seeker-sensitive and purpose-driven methodologies, twelve-step programs, inner healing, personal prophecy, G12, prayer mapping, cell ministry, etc.
- To win souls and make disciples.
- A touch of the Holy Spirit in our services, and in the hearts of those we are privileged to minister to.
- To see believers hunger and thirst for righteousness, and to walk in humility and brokenness before the Lord.
- To hear King Jesus say, "well done, thou good and faithful servants".