Doctrinal Statement

We Believe:

- In the absolute authority of the Holy Scriptures. We believe the God who gave His word to man has taken upon Himself the responsibility for its preservation. (Psalms 12:6-7). We believe the incorruptible word of God which cannot pass away is available to the world in the Authorized (King James) Version. This Bible is our final authority in all matters.
- In one God eternally existent as the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost.
- God to be the creator and sustainer of all things, visible and invisible. We believe the universe and all that is therein to be held together by the word of His power. 
- The Lord Jesus Christ to be God manifest in the flesh, virgin born, without sin, crucified, risen, and coming again to receive His church, then returning to earth to establish His kingdom.
- Salvation is available to all men by grace through faith in the finished work of the Lord Jesus Christ, apart from human works or merits of any kind.
- The saved child of God is eternally secure in the Lord Jesus Christ, and is sealed, taught, and comforted by the Holy Spirit until the day of redemption.
- Salvation makes one a member of the body of Christ and, as members of this body, they should gather together as a local church where they may minister one to another.
- It is the responsibility of every believer to proclaim the saving gospel to all men by personal testimony and by giving of their means to finance the missionary efforts of the church.
- All men rejecting the Lord Jesus Christ will spend eternity in the conscious torment of a literal lake of fire, while all those receiving the Lord Jesus Christ will spend eternity in the glorious presence of God.
- All saved men should be separate from the outward and inward ways of this world, being holy in mind and body. We believe, however, that righteousness does not come by the keeping of laws and commandments, but by an inner change of heart. We therefore place the emphasis on the inner condition, trusting the outward appearance to follow accordingly.
- That water baptism is a public testimony made by the saved Christian and plays no part in his salvation.


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