There is one God who eternally existed in three persons as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.  All of the three persons of the Trinity is God and there is only one God.

Jesus Christ is eternal Son of God.  He assumed flesh when He was born of a virgin Mary, lived a sinless life, died in our place to atone for our sins, was buried, arose from the grave, ascended to heaven, and will return to earth in the later days to establish His Millennial Kingdom of righteousness.

The Holy Spirit is our assistant, counselor and instructor.  His work in the present age is to reveal the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, to disclose the true nature of sin, lead believers to the path of righteousness, sanctify their souls and present them blameless before God.

The Bible is the Word of God. The Spirit of the Holy God is its ultimate author and protector. The sixty six canonical books of the Bible are inspired Word of God and as such is the sole authority for life of a Christian.

Adam and Eve, the first man and the woman were created in the image of God. Because of the sin of one man Adam, all humanity sinned and was separated from Holy God.  All human beings inherited corrupt nature. They are spiritually dead toward God and under a condemnation of the Almighty. As sinful beings, they are neither willing nor able to return to Him by their own act.

Salvation is a gift of God through faith in the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. Every person who is saved by divine grace is eternally secure in the love of the Lord Jesus Christ and will spend eternity in the presence of God, while those who die in their sins will be forever separated from His grace and spend eternity in hell, in accordance with the Word of God.

There are two signs of the covenant between the Lord Jesus Christ and His Church: Believer’s Baptism and the Lord’s Supper.  Believer’s Baptism is by immersion upon profession of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and is done in obedience to His command.  Believer’s baptism does not save, but it is for the saved and as such it is a spiritual seal of salvation.  The Lord’s Supper is a memorial of Christ’s redeeming work on the cross for the sake of a repentant sinner. It is given to His Church until His return and is to be observed by the redeemed body of Christian believers.

Each believer has direct access to God through one and only mediator and our advocate – the Lord Jesus Christ and with the interceding, helping work of the Holy Spirit.


The church is a local body of believers with the Lord Jesus Christ as the Head. 

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