We believe in the Trinity of the Eternal Godhead — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, perfect in unity as Creator, Redeemer, and Restorer of Humankind.
We believe in the plenary verbal inspiration of the Bible — the completed canon of the Old and New Testaments, inerrant in the original manuscripts and infallible in its truth for faith and life.
We believe in the creation of the universe, the fashioning of earth for human habitation, and the historicity of primeval history as presented in the Scriptures.
We believe in the literal existence of the devil and in the reality of the invisible war against demonic hosts who seek to tempt and separate humankind from the Father.
We believe in the gospel of salvation through the Cross — that humankind is lost without Jesus the Savior, whose atoning blood and substitutionary death alone provide forgiveness for and justification from sin and provide eternal life.
We believe in the literal reality of each — the virgin birth, reconciling death, bodily resurrection, personal ascension, and promised Second Coming of Jesus, the Messiah.
We believe in the essential unity of the Church under the Saviorhood and Lordship of Christ, with a commitment to respond to His prayer “that they may be one” in the Spirit of humility and love.
We believe in the Savior’s great commission to go into all the world preaching the Gospel, baptizing, and making disciples.
We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit’s gifts and works of power in and through the Church, beginning with the believer’s receiving the Baptism with the Holy Spirit as they did at the beginning.
We believe in showing love and good works toward all humanity in serving human need, that the Gospel not be reproached, and that God’s love be seen in practice as well as proclamation.
We believe in the final judgment of all humankind into eternal union or eternal separation from God; ministering in this light with the passion of those who believe: “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life” (John 3:16).