- We believe the King James Bible is the perfectly preserved, inspired Word of God and the final authority on all matters. It is the only Bible we use and the only Bible from which we teach and preach.
- We believe God represented Himself to man as a triune being – three persons unified in the Godhead: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.
- We believe Jesus was born of a virgin, Mary. He had no earthly father, but Mary was overshadowed by the Holy Ghost to produce the God-man. If he had an earthly father, the inherited sinful nature of Adam would have been in Jesus, making it impossible for Him to be the sinless, perfect Saviour.
- We believe all mankind is sinful, thus needing our Saviour for two reasons: first, because man is a sinner by his inherited nature; second because man willfully commits sin.
- We believe the salvation, which God offers through Jesus Christ’s finished work, is free to all who believe they are sinners and that Christ is the Saviour. Repent of this and by faith in what God’s Word says, accept Jesus as personal Saviour. Not of works of any kind. “For by grace are ye save through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.” (Ephesians 2:8-9)
- We believe the Triune God of Heaven created the earth and all it contains in original creation. No “big bang”, no evolution, no “gap” theory. Earth and man were created in six literal days.
- We believe that as we live on this earth, there is only the local church. There is no invisible church, no universal church, and no denominational church. The local church is the body of Christ. It is completely autonomous.
- We believe the next main event in the Bible calendar is what Baptists refer to as the “rapture” (this word in not a Bible word). It means a snatching away; a taking up quickly. Only born-again saints of God (i.e. saved by the blood of Jesus Christ) will be called away to Heaven at this time (pre-tribulation)
- We believe verbally witnessing to the unsaved is the command of God to every Christian. Witnessing verbally of the salvation of Jesus Christ is not a “gift” or a “ministry”; it is the command of God.