• All must be born again by the Spirit of God through repentance from sin and acknowledging Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. His Blood alone pays the full price for our salvation. (John 3:3, John 14:6, 1 John 1:7)

  • Salvation cleanses us from all sin and gives us the righteousness of God. It can heal us of all sickness, free us from all disease and  destroy every work of the devil. (1John 3:8, Acts 10:38)

  • All should follow the example of Christ by being baptized in water by full immersion. (Matthew 3:13-17)

  • All believers can walk in the power of God through receiving the Baptism in the Holy Spirit. We acknowledge all the supernatural gifts of the Spirit and encourage their proper use in our services. (1 Cor. 12:1-11, Acts 2:1-4)

  • All believers who are baptized in the Holy Spirit have the capacity to speak in supernatural tongues if they so desire.  Praying in tongues on a regular basis unfolds the spiritual life of every believer. Using this supernatural language builds a spiritual edifice within us through which our gifts and callings are released. It unfolds the mystery of who God made us to be and allows us to find our place in the kingdom of God. (Acts 2:1-10, Jude 20, 1st Corinthians 14:2-4)

  • The foundation of the Church is prayer. A lifestyle of prayer and fasting for the purpose of building intimacy with God, will reveal His heart and power. This foundation of first love unlocks the ministry He has for us and can manifest the power of His Kingdom through every believer. ( 1 Cor. 2:4, Phi.l 4:6, Dan. 9:3, Matt. 17:19-21,1 Pt. 4:7-8)

  • All five ministry gifts mentioned in Ephesians 4:10-11 are in existence today. Jesus gave them to the church for the perfecting and maturing of the saints so they could do the work of the ministry. (Eph 4: 11-16)

  • All 66 books of the Bible are the inspired Word of God and can only be understood by revelation from the Holy Spirit. This is the only sacred text God gave to mankind and no part of it is to be left out, added to or considered questionable. This work is the final authority for all doctrine, teaching and belief of the Church.  (2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:20-21, John 6:63)