What We Believe (OLD)

What We Believe (OLD)


The scriptures are inspired by God.

We can go to church and hear a man speak by the Spirit of God, but we know that a pastor is not how we hear from God personally. Likewise, scripture is the inspired writings of men who have the same Spirit that we ourselves have. Scripture was never meant to be the means by which God speaks to us personally.

God speaks to us personally, by the Holy Spirit in us, as we listen — just like the men who wrote the Bible (seeing they didn’t have a Bible). Read Related Article >

The Father And The Son

We believe in the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. But nowhere in scripture does the Bible explain three beings as being one God. We believe that there is one God above all, His absolute equal and Son, Jesus Christ (as clearly described in John 17:3) and the Spirit that they share, the Holy Spirit. Watch Related Series >


All sin came from one man, Adam. We do not believe that sin is a choice that individuals make, but rather an inherited state that all people are born into. Read More >


Death is not only a final state of inactivity, but a life-long process that all people are subject to without Jesus. All death is due to being born in sin, Adam’s sin.

The Obedience Of Faith

Obedience to God is quite simply “doing whatever God commands.” Under the old law of Moses, obedience was keeping that law. But due to a new law having been put into effect through Jesus, new covenant obedience is strictly and solely to put faith in Him. And that is all. Read More >

The Law Of Works

The old law of works (the law of Moses) was put in place, not to be kept, but to show us our desperate inability to have ever kept it. It was only put in place to lead us to a point of forsaking it and choosing righteousness through Jesus (Galatians 3:24). Read More >


Salvation and righteousness are not received by works, but through faith in Jesus, and can therefore never be lost. Neither by works, by choice or by denunciation can a Christian ever become unsaved. We believe that if someone denounces Christ and forsakes hearing Him, that person has never come to salvation to begin with (1 John 2:19). Read More >

The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit’s ministry to the world is show them their need to believe in Jesus. And His ministry to the believer is to show them the inheritance that Jesus has already given them.

We believe in all of the gifts of the Holy Spirit as they are clearly taught in scripture. We believe they are supposed to be practiced regularly in the church, while maintaining decency and order. Read More >

Water Baptism

Water baptism is merely an outward symbol and proclamation of the baptism of the Holy Spirit (salvation). We are not saved or changed in any way due to water baptism.

The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper is merely a symbol and celebration of the death of Jesus, not the actual body and blood of Christ, nor a means to receive anything from God. Read More >

The Resurrection

The Resurrection (the age to come) has already been provided through Jesus. It is on the inside of every believer, accessed by faith. The only reason why all things will be made new in a day to come (when Jesus comes back) is because what we have in us will be manifested (Romans 8:19-21).


The judgment to come is reserved only for the Devil and his angels. But we believe that people will join them in this judgment without putting faith in Jesus. Read More >

Financial Giving

We believe in giving to the Gospel, to other believers and to those truly poor.

We do not believe that tithing or giving of anything is a means of blessing from God. We believe receiving from God only comes through faith in Jesus.

We believe that tithing is a shadow of new covenant truths, just the same as circumcision, burnt offerings, or the sabbath (all practiced under the law and before the law). All giving in the New Covenant is free will, not a required percentage. Read More >