Purpose Statement

 We believe that from Genesis to Revelation, from Creation through the Tribulation, God uses His Word with His people to reach the lost of this world. We are convicted that God wants this whole world to be reached for His glorious name demonstrated by; Abrahams calling (Galatians 3), the purpose of doing the wonders in Egypt for Israel (that the whole world may know that He is God), the purpose for Israel with the Levitcal system (that they may be light to the Gentiles), the incarnation of Christ, Paul and his missionary trips, as well as what is seen in the events of the Tribulation. God wants the whole world to be reached and does not want any to perish.

We believe God is using His people still today through local churches to reach this world. We have been convinced of this truth and have been challenged by Paul’s letter to the Romans where he says, “yea, so I have strived to preach the Gospel not where Christ was named”. This has become our heart cry, seeing that in this world that there are over six thousand and nine hundred different and distinct language groups of people. We began to research into missions work and saw that there are still about twenty six hundred language groups still unreached in this world for our Lord. This term unreached/unengaged people group means that not only is there no translation of the Bible in their own language, but also there is no Gospel witness currently working there so that they could have God’s Word in their own heart language. Just like in Nehemiah 8 when the people heard the Word of God in their own language their hearts were opened; this is our desire for the whole world. This is why we are partnering with other local churches and being sent out of our home church, because we believe that the Great Commission was not a suggestion, but a command from our Lord. This task is far too big for us to do on our own, would you prayerfully consider partnering with us in fulfilling this command from our Lord.

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Doctrinal Statement


God in His sovereignty has always provided man with His instructions for how man ought to live. By the end of the first century AD we believe God completed His sacred manuscripts for mankind. We believe the Holy Scriptures, consisting of the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments, to be the plenary (complete), verbal (every word), inspired Word of God.  We believe they are inerrant, authoritative, infallible, and God-breathed.  They are complete and our authority for faith and practice.  We believe in a literal, grammatical, and historical interpretation of the Scriptures with an understanding of God’s progressive revelation.  (II Timothy 3:16-17; II Peter 1:20-21; Matthew 5:18 Psalm 12:6-7)


We believe there is one triune God, eternally existing in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  They are co-equal in being, co-identical in essence, co-equal glory, and equipotent.  They have the same divine attributes and perfections; yet exercise them within the sphere of their varying roles, which do have the same purpose.  (Exodus 20:2-3; Deuteronomy 6:4; Matthew 28:19; John 1:1+14; I Corinthians 8:6; II Corinthians 13:14; I John 5:7)

Jesus Christ

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God, having been born of the virgin Mary, became a man without ceasing to be God, in order that He might reveal God and redeem sinful man.  (Matthew 1:18-20; John 1:1-2, 14, 18; Luke 1:35)

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ, being sinless, died for the sins of mankind as a substitutionary sacrifice, offering atonement for the sins of the whole world and that our justification is verified by His literal and physical resurrection from the dead.  (Matthew 28:5-6; Romans 3:24-26; 4:25; II Corinthians 5:21; I John 2:2)

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ ascended bodily into heaven and is now seated at the right hand of the Father where, as our High Priest, He fulfills the ministry of Intercessor and Advocate.  (Romans 8:34; Acts 1:9-10; Hebrews 4:14-16; 7:23-25; 9:24; I John 2:1)

Holy Spirit

We believe that the Holy Spirit is a divine person who is co-equal with the Father and the Son.  He convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment, bears witness to the truth, and is the agent of the new birth.  He seals, guides, teaches, witnesses to, sanctifies, and helps the believer.  He baptizes the believer into the body of Christ at the very point of salvation, indwells him permanently from that day forward, seals him until the day of redemption, and enables him for service as he is yielded to Him.

We believe that certain gifts of the Holy Spirit (such as apostleship and the apostolic sign gifts listed in Mark 16:17-18) were temporary being used only in places where the Gospel was not yet preached and were needed only in the infancy of the church to confirm the message of the early believers.  We believe that these gifts gradually ceased and are not for our use today.  This is seen in the life of Paul where his hanker chief could heal people as he walked by and yet unable to grant his friend in prison health.

We believe that the Holy Spirit testifies concerning Jesus Christ and never leads any person at any time contrary to the teachings of the Bible.  (John 14:16; 15:26-27; 16:7-15; Romans 12:6-8; I Corinthians 12:4-13, 28-31; 13:8-11; 14:1-28; II Corinthians 12:12; Ephesians 1:13, 2:19-22; 4:11-16+30; Hebrews 2:3-4)


We believe in the Biblical account of creation was accomplished in six successive, literal, twenty-four-hour days of creative activity, with God resting on the seventh day.  We completely reject any unscriptural form of atheistic evolution and the gap theory, creation evolution, day age theory or any belief that teaches contrariwise. The passage alone indicates through three different means of each day consisting of one single twenty-four hour day.  (Genesis 1:1-31; Exodus 20:9-11; 31:17; John 1:1-3; Colossians 1:16-17)


We believe that man was created in the image of God and that he sinned, thereby incurring upon himself not only physical death, but also spiritual death; which is separation from God.  We believe that all human beings are born with a sinful nature and are sinners by birth (through imputation of the Adamic sin nature) and sin volitionally.  They are positionally inclined to evil from birth and are therefore under just condemnation to eternal damnation in a literal hell without defense or excuse.  (Genesis 1:26-27; 2:17; 3:1-24; Romans 1: 20, 2:1; 5:12-21; Ephesians 2:1-13; Revelation 20:14-15)


We believe that salvation is not a process but a point-in-time decision to repent of sin and place one’s faith and trust in the shed blood of Christ alone for the forgiveness of sin. Recognizing that He died, was buried, and rose again the third day, according to the scriptures.  We believe that all those who receive Jesus Christ as Savior are saved from sin’s penalty, which is eternal damnation.  (Luke 5:32; 13:3; Acts 3:19; Romans 10:9-13; I Corinthians 15:1-4; Ephesians 1:7; Hebrews 9:22; I Peter 1:18-19; II Peter 3:9)

We believe that salvation is a gift of God, by grace, through faith.  It cannot be earned or merited by any good work of man.  (John 3:1-18; Romans 6:23; Ephesians 2:8-9; Titus 3:5).

We believe that regeneration, or the new birth, is that change produced in the soul by the Holy Spirit by which a new nature and spiritual life, not before possessed, are imparted.  The regenerated person becomes a new creation in Christ Jesus and part of the family of God, eternally secure, and never to be separated from Him. We believe that God has also not made salvation a mystery but has revealed in His Word that you can “know” you are eternally saved; we would call this the security of the believer. (John 1:12; 3:3-6, 16-17; 5:24; 10:27-30; Hebrews 7:25; I Peter 1:23; Titus 3:5, 1 John 5:10-14)


We believe that sanctification begins at salvation and is progressive in that it is produced in the heart of believers from salvation until the redemption of their bodies.  Believers are progressively sanctified by the presence and power of the Holy Spirit through the means of the Word of God, prayer, and the local church.  (Romans 8:17; I Corinthians 1:2; Hebrews 10:10-14, 25; I Thessalonians 5:23; Ephesians 6:18; John 17:17)

Local Church

We believe that a New Testament church is a local body of baptized believers that voluntarily assembles for worship, service, fellowship, and edification.  We believe the primary purpose of assembling is to glorify God by equipping the saints to do the work of the ministry, (i.e., fulfilling the Great Commission of Christ). We believe that a New Testament church is independent and self-governing, having Christ as its head.  We believe it is autonomous, free of any external authority or control. We support the establishment and continuance of local churches, and we do not support any unscriptural use of the universal church.  (Acts 1:8; 2:41-47; Matthew 18:15-17; 28:19-20; I Corinthians 12:12-27; Ephesians 4:11-12; Hebrews 10:25; I Timothy 3:1-16)

We believe in offices of leadership within the church: Pastors, Elders and Deacons. Scripture does refer to the office of pastor with terms such as elder, bishop, and pastor. It is the responsibility of the deacons to serve the church family through assisting with care and the provision of special needs. (Acts 6:1-7; 20:17,28; I Timothy 3:1-13; Titus 1:6-9; I Peter 5:1-4)

Church Ordinances

We believe there are two church ordinances: Baptism and the Lord’s Supper, both impotent in themselves but do serve as a symbol and an act of obedience we ought to follow.  We believe that Baptism is an act of obedience whereby one is immersed, giving public testimony of his identification with the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  We believe that the Lord’s Supper is a memorial of the death of Christ and that it is open only to those who have been saved through faith in His atoning blood and who are walking in obedient fellowship with Him.  We believe that neither of these ordinances offers special grace or merit.  They are not sacraments; rather, simple acts of obedience.  (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 2:38-41; 8:36-38; 9:18; 10:45-48; 16:31-33; I Corinthians 11:23-30)

Spirit Beings

We believe that God created an innumerable company of sinless spirit beings.  One of these, Lucifer, although created sinless by God, did sin through pride, thereby becoming Satan, the Devil, the enemy of his Creator.  He became the author of sin, leading a host of angels (1/3) in rebellion against God.  He became the god of this age and the ruler of all powers of darkness and is destined to the judgment of an eternal punishment in the lake of fire.  (Isaiah 14:12-15; Ezekiel 28:1-19; Matthew 25:41; II Corinthians 4:3-4; Colossians 1:16; Hebrews 12:22; Revelation 12:4; 7-9; 20:10)

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