• The Holy Spirit lives in those who welcome him, making them increasingly Christ-like in character and behavior and gives them power for their witness in the world. (Ephesians 1:13-14)


  • There is Unity of the Spirit of all who believe, the Church, the Body of Christ. (Colossians 1:18)


  • There will be a Resurrection of both the saved and the lost. The saved to the resurrection of life, but the lost to the resurrection of judgement. (Acts 17:30-31)


  • The Holy Spirit lives in those who welcome him, making them increasingly Christ-like in character and behavior and gives them power for their witness in the world. (Ephesians 1:13-14)


  • There is Unity of the Spirit of all who believe, the Church, the Body of Christ. (Colossians 1:18)


  • There will be a Resurrection of both the saved and the lost. The saved to the resurrection of life, but the lost to the resurrection of judgement. (Acts 17:30-31).  God will answer and make himself known to anyone who sincerely and honestly calls out to him.
  • There is one God, eternally existent in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.


  • The Bible as originally given by God, is divinely inspired, infallible, entirely trustworthy and the utmost authority in all matters of faith and life.


  • The Lord Jesus Christ, God's incarnate Son, is fully God. He led a very real, although sinless, human life. He died on the cross to atone for our sin, was resurrected in the body and ascended to heaven. (Philippians 2:5-11)


  • All humans have sinned, but can be redeemed from the guilt, penalty and power of sin, but only through the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ, Savior and the only mediator between us and God. This sacrificial death occurred once and for all time when he died as a representative and substitute for all mankind. (Romans 3:21-26)


  • Those who believe in Christ and accept him as Savior are pardoned all their sins and accepted in God's sight only because of the righteousness of Christ credited to them. This justification is God's act of undeserved mercy, received solely by trusting in him and not by our own efforts. (Ephesians 2:8-9)