We believe…

  • The 66 books of the Old and New Testament are God's divine revelation to man, that revelation ceased with the completion of the Scripture (1Co 13:8-10), and in verbal, plenary inspiration meaning that each word is inspired (God-breathed), extending to every part of the canon of Scripture (2Ti 3:16).


  • God preserved His Word (Psa 119:89,160; Mat 5:18, 24:35) through the Hebrew Masoretic Text and the Greek Textus Receptus, and that the King James Version is the preserved Word of God for English speaking people. The Bible is the final authority for faith and practice (2Ti 3:16-17).


  • In one eternal, sovereign God (Psa 90:2, Dan 4:35), existing in three distinct persons with different functions: the Father (Exo 4:22, Joh 14:16), the Son (Joh 17:23, Eph 5:23), and the Holy Ghost (2Pe 1:20-21, 1Co 6:19).


  • Man along with every other living thing was created by God (Gen 1, Isa 43:7) for God's glory in six literal, twenty-four hours days (Gen 1:5, 8, 13, 19, 23, 31).


  • A literal hell and eternal lake of fire created for the devil and his demons awaits everyone who rejects God's plan of salvation through His Son (Rev 20:12-15) while a literal, eternal heaven will be the home of all believers (2Co 5:8, Rev 22).


  • Jesus Christ was both 100% man and 100% God incarnated sent as the Lamb of God to willingly suffer and ultimately die on the cross for mankind. He was virgin born (Isa 7:14), lived a sinless life (2Cor 5:21), rose bodily from the dead (Mat 28), and ascended to heaven where He intercedes for believers (Heb 7:25).


  • Salvation cannot be obtained through man's effort (Rom 3:10, 23). It is the gift of God received by grace through faith in the finished work of Christ (Eph 2:8-9).


  • Once a person is genuinely saved, he receives eternal life (Joh 3:36) and cannot lose his salvation. The Christian is eternally secure in the Father's hand (Joh 10:29), a place from which nothing can remove him (Rom 8:35).


  • The local church is God's ordained institution for fulfilling the Great Commission, and that the two ordinances of the Lord's table and baptism should be followed.


  • In the imminent, pre-tribulation, pre-millennial return of Christ for His church.


  • That the positions of Calvinism, Arminianism, and the Pentecostal/Charismatic movement are unbiblical.


  • Believers should only fellowship with others of like faith and practice (Act 2:42). Any compromise through worldliness or an association with neo-orthodoxy, new-evangelism, World Council of Churches is condemned by Scripture (Eph 4:14, 2Co 6). Ecumenism ultimately begets liberalism and Christians should fight against it in their contending for the faith (Jud 3) and be quick to not comprise doctrine.