The Word of God

We believe that the Bible is the very Word of God and is to be the final authority on all matters of faith, practice, and personal behavior. God gave the very words to individual human authors. Every word came from God, which renders the Bible inerrant and infallible. We believe that the very words of God are preserved in the Masoretic Text and the Textus Receptus. The Authorized King James Version of the Bible is a superior translation of these superior texts, and is the only English Bible Translation that we will defend, study and preach from.
(Psalm 119:105; Prov. 6:23; Romans 10:8; 2 Peter 1:20, 21)


We believe that there is only one true and living God. He is the unchanging, eternal, self-existent Spirit whose name is JEHOVAH. He is the omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent Holy God who creates, sustains, and rules over all living. We believe that in the Godhead there are three persons who are co-equal, co-existent, and co-eternal in every divine attribute yet distinct in their harmonious, hypostatic execution of their divine office.
(Gen. 1:1; Deut. 6:4; Mt. 28:19; Acts 10:38)

God the Father

We believe that God becomes our Heavenly Father, immediately placing us as adopted children into his family, upon our acceptance of the vicarious redemptive work of Christ. God is now our Everlasting Father and we are called the children of God. God loves us as His very own.
(Prov. 3:12; John 1:12, 13; Romans 8:14)

God the Son

We believe that Jesus Christ is the very Son of God. He is worthy of all praise, honor, glory, and obedience because He is God. Jesus Christ willingly took on the form of flesh and was born into this world to be the perfect and complete atonement for sin. He was complete deity in the flesh, yet without sin. The Holy God in the form of man. This could only be possible through the miracle of the virgin birth, where Christ was conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of a virgin. Jesus Christ is truly our sinless, all sufficient Savior. Jesus Christ is our blessed hope.
(Gen. 3:15; Dan. 3:25; Mt. 3:16, 17:16:16; 1 Tim. 3:16; Titus 13:8)

God the Holy Spirit

We believe that the Holy Spirit is the hypostatic third person of the Godhead. The Holy Spirit is not a force that is exercised by God, nor a substance that comes as a result of faith. The Holy Spirit is the Creator. His role in the virgin birth guaranteed that Emmanuel would truly be sinless Son of God. His role in the life of a believer is to empower them for service, illuminate the scriptures for their understanding, and guide them into all truth.
(Gen. 1:2; Psalm 104:28-30; Mt. 1:18, 20; Eph. 4:30)


We believe that the work of salvation is entirely the work of God. Because of man’s sin and total depravity, there is no possible way for man to merit salvation. God made it possible for man to escape the eternal penalty of sin, and for man to be eternally reconciled to God. By accepting His substitutionary death on the cross, Jesus Christ, the infinite God in the form of man, suffered finitely, shedding His holy blood as the atonement for sin in order to redeem man back to God. This payment is applied to all those who repent from their sins and out their complete faith and trust in Christ make a new creature and to bring them to Heaven at the death or at the return of Christ. Salvation is through the completed work of Jesus Christ, plus nothing, minus nothing. (John 3:14-16; 10:39; Eph. 2:8, 9; Heb. 2:9)


We believe that music standards are directly related to a personal or corporate understanding and view of the character of God. We believe that a true Biblical understanding of holiness of God will preclude many musical styles of expression being used today. Understanding that Biblical reference to music are always directed towards God in worship and adoration, the same must be true of church music today, whether in performance or in listening. In order for musical expression of worship and adoration to be acceptable to a thrice Holy God, it must not be tainted or polluted with any of the characteristics of carnal music which appeal to and stimulate carnal reactions. There should be no differentiation between acceptable music in the church and out of the church. If it is not acceptable in the context of the church, then it is not acceptable outside the context of the church and should not be part of the daily lifestyle of a believer. (Ex. 15:1; 1 Chron. 16:9, 23; 2 Chron. 15:14; Psalm 9:11; 47:6; 119:4; Romans 15:9; 1 Cor. 14:26; Eph. 4:29; 5:19; Heb. 2:12; Rev. 5:8-10; 15:3-4)


We believe marriage as it was originally instituted and ordained by God: one man and one woman for one lifetime. Marriage relationship is to be holy, blessed and sanctified by God, and is a beautiful picture of the relationship between Christ and His church. We believe that divorce is not an ordained provision for ending a marriage, but permitted by hardness of mankind’s heart. A husband and wife that are sensitive and obedient to the leading of the Holy Spirit will never consider divorce as a “solution.” Marriage can truly be Heaven on earth.
(Gen. 2:24; Mal. 2:14-16; Romans 1:26-32; 1 Cor. 6:9-10; Eph. 5:28-31)

Rapture of The Church

We believe in the imminent return of Jesus Christ, when He will call all of His born again children out of this present world, to meet Him in the air, and to be united with all the believers that have died and gone on before us. We believe this rapture will occur before the seven-year tribulation period, precluding the saints from experiencing the dispensation.
(1 Cor. 15:51-53; 1 Thess. 1:10; 4:13-18; 5:9; James 5:7-8; John 2:28; Rev. 3:10)

The Second Coming of Christ

We believe in the physical, bodily return of Jesus Christ to the earth after the conclusion of the seven-year tribulation period. All of the raptured and resurrected saints will return with Christ to rule with Him as He sets up His 1,000 year earthly kingdom characterized by unprecedented peace. Satan, being bound at the conclusion of the tribulation period, will have no access or influence during this millennium kingdom of Christ, but will be loosed for a season after the 1,000 years, only to be finally conquered and eternally sentenced to the lake of fire. We look forward to the eternal kingdom of Jesus Christ. (Is. 11:1-9; 65:17-25; Acts 1:11; Rev. 5:10; 20:1-10)