Our Beliefs


     We believe in God as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe that He is three in one. We believe that Jesus came to this earth and lived a perfect life, died on the cross a perfect man, and rose from the dead. Because  of the fall of man, humanity was/is in need of a Savior so that our relationship with our Creator can be restored. When we believe in God and accept what He has done for us, we are able to live victoriously in communion with Him. A relationship with God is what gives us the ability to see deliverance, restoration, and healing for ourselves and those around us. 

Holy Spirit

     We believe that the baptism of the Holy Spirit provides us with a specific power and passion that enables us to be ambassadors for the Kingdom of God. Jesus promised His followers that they would receive power from on high so that they would be witnesses both locally and all over the world. We believe that the Holy Spirit is still alive and active today, and that He is our source for living a life that is equipped to carry out His work. Believers are called to carry the Gospel to others with the power that we have access to through the Holy Spirit. 

Divine Healing

     Wherever Jesus went, He ministered with compassion and healed the sick. Because we live in a broken world, we are in need of healing physically, mentally, and spiritually.  God is still in the business of providing healing, even if it does not always provide the outcome that we might expect here on this earth. Scripture tells us to pray in faith, and then to leave it with Him. We can trust that God knows what we need and desires to heal every broken area of our lives.

The Second Coming

     The world has been experiencing natural disasters, economic, downturn, wars and rumors of wars, and increasing uncertainty. These are all signs that point to the certain and imminent return of our Savior. We believe that we are called to share the Gospel to all that we come in contact with, in hopes that as many as possible will be ready for His return. Although no man knows the exact day and hour of the second coming, we believe that we are called to live each day as if it could be our last.

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