The Holy Bible

The Holy Bible is composed of the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments, and it is the inspired word of God in the original languages. It is the first, last, and only revelation of the will of God for man, void of all error, and an authoritative foundation for life and faith


God is eternal and everlasting, of no beginning and no end, one in three persons who are equal in essence: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
 A. God the Father: God the Father is the Creator of heaven and earth the Sustainer of the universe. In nature He is Holy, Exalted, Loving, the Truth, the Giver of Grace, Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent, the Just Judge.
B. God the Son: God the Son is the Lord Jesus Christ, God the Eternal Son, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and was born of the Virgin Mary, taking on a human body, but having a perfect human nature. The incarnate Christ is fully God and fully human. The Lord Jesus Christ atoned for the sin of the world by His substitutionary death on the cross and by the shedding of His blood through which He made eternal redemption for mankind. The Lord Jesus Christ rose from the dead on the third day and ascended to heaven and sat on the right hand of God to intercede for the believers. The Lord Jesus Christ is the only mediator between God and man, and He is the only savior and only door to eternal life.
C. God the Holy Spirit: The Life Giving Holy Spirit, who glorifies Christ, lives in all believers, leads them in all truth, gives them power to serve God and share the Gospel of Christ, and enables them to live godly and holy lives through His personal guides.


Man was originally created in God’s image and likeness through a direct work of God. However, man fell into sin and became dead in sin and transgression, became separated from God and under great wrath, and succumbed to the power and control of Satan.


Salvation from the consequences of sin and the enjoyment of eternal life with God is a free grace that comes as a result of the second birth by the Holy Spirit when a person repents and believes in the Lord Jesus and His atoning death on the cross. We also believe in the priesthood of all believers.


The local church is a group of redeemed and baptized believers who share the bond of the covenant of faith and fellowship of the Gospel. It has ministers (elders/bishops) and deacons, who are elected according to the qualities and qualifications revealed in the new testament. The local church is the correct and biblical context in which to carry out the two ordinances of the New Testament, baptism and the Lord’s supper, and to fulfill the Great Commission to take the Gospel to the World.


All who have obtained the grace of salvation must obey the Lord through baptism by immersion and through membership in a local church which is the body of Christ and His bride.

Independence of the local Church

The local church is independent according to the teaching of the New Testament in its ministry, administration, budget, election of its ministers, and its missionary work. The church does not submit to any external authority, but only to Christ, its head and only leader.

Future Events

The Lord Jesus Christ will take His church suddenly and at any moment and He will return to the earth in person, just as He ascended, in power and great glory to reign and then judge. We also believe in the resurrection of the dead either to eternal judgment and punishment or to eternal joy and comfort.

Church and State

The church and state are completely separate. The church should not interfere in the matters of the state, but acknowledges that the civil state is established by God for the benefit and organization of society. Therefore, the church ought to pray for the governors and obey them, yet without violating the will of the Lord Jesus Christ who is Lord over all and the King of Kings on the earth. Likewise, we believe that the state should not interfere in the matter of the church.


Satan is present in his evil person. He is the cause of the fall of mankind, the enemy of God and man, and will be judged eternally.

Religious Freedom

Each person has a free right to spiritual belief, practice, and proclamation of what he believes. We also believe in one’s right to change the beliefs and practices he holds to.

Biblical Seperation

There should be complete separation from sin and the doctrinal teachings that contradict the word of God in the Holy Scriptures. The church ought to keep itself faithful to Christ through holy living and true doctrine through its complete separation from the false teachers and organizations who have strayed away from the word of God.


God created the visible world from nothing in six literal days.