We hold to the biblical revelation that there is one God, Creator of all things visible and invisible, consisting of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit – equal in power, authority, and essence. He alone is to be worshipped.
We believe in the infallibility and historicity of the original manuscripts of the Old and New Testaments which is the supreme authority for faith and practice by which all claims to spiritual truth must be tested.
We believe that Jesus Christ, the eternal Son, tabernacled in human flesh; was sent by the Father, conceived by the Holy Spirit in the womb of a virgin, in order to become the sacrificial unspotted Lamb whose death on the cross atoned for the sins of mankind. He lived a sinless life, performed miracles, was rejected by Jewish authorities, turned over to the Gentiles for crucifixion, died and rose again on the third day, fulfilling Bible prophecy.
We believe that salvation is a free gift God offers to those who answer His call to repent of their sins and accept Jesus as their personal Savior. His atonement paid for our sins on the cross and we receive His imparted righteousness when we are born again into His Body. He then fills us with the Holy Spirit and empowers us to have victory over sin and the devil.
We believe that man is fallen and so is creation. It is impossible for man to justify himself before a perfect God.
We hold to a pre-millennial return of Christ Jesus at which time He will establish his millennium Kingdom on earth, ruling out of the New Jerusalem with His glorified saints. Until then, we are to be Rapture-Ready for Jesus to transform and translate His bride, an event that could happen at any time, occupying until He comes.
We accept that Gentiles who truly accept Jesus replace Jews who reject Him; however, these are incorporated into Israel in a spiritual sense (on the basis of Romans 11), rather than the church replacing Israel – a teaching which we hold to be error.
God’s prophetic plan for the salvation of the world is bound up with His prophetic plan for the regathering and salvation of the genetic seed of the twelve tribes of Israel, many of whom lost their identity through assimilation and are scattered throughout the world. God knows who they are and their identities will be revealed when the 144,000 are sealed in the coming time of testing. We see the gathering of Jews back to the Holy Land in 1948 as a fulfillment of prophecy.
We believe the gifts of the Spirit, including charismatic gifts, continue to operate in the church. However, not in the same power as when the Holy Spirit was first outpoured. The Church of the last days to whom it is promised will be kept from that hour of trial, has but ‘a little power.’ We reject any form of charismatic carnal extremism that displays chaos not seen in the book of Acts and do not accept babbling incoherently as the gift of tongues or unknown languages that have order.
We hold to believer’s baptism and the sharing of the Lord’s Table with the fruit of the vine and unleavened bread as a memorial looking back to His crucifixion and looking forward to His return.
We obey God’s call for the Church to separate itself from those that distort His scripture. This requires us to disassociate from religious broadcasters, publishers and ministries that promote aberrant theology.
We reject false unity with the Roman Catholic Church, which teaches that salvation is earned by works plus faith, and oppose ecumenism or unity with other religions, or any churches that do not acknowledge the Bible as the inerrant Word of God and the basis of doctrinal authority and practice.