The Bible, both Old and New Testaments, is the inspired and infallible Word of God.
There is one God, existing eternally in three Persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Jesus is the Christ, conceived by the Holy Spirit and virgin born, the Son of God, the one and only Savior, the Lord of all.
Christ sacrificially died on the cross and shed His blood as the atonement for sin.
God raised Him from the dead bodily; He ascended into Heaven, and He will visibly return in glory according to His promise.
Salvation is God’s gift of eternal life, presented to all who, by faith, accept Jesus Christ as Savior and receive spiritual new birth by the Holy Spirit.
Abundant Christian living is offer to those who continually yield their lives to the power and control of the indwelling Holy Spirit.
Jesus issued Christians a “Great Commission”: to spread the Good News of His salvation to all peoples and every nation. To fulfill this commission, Christians must not only proclaim the love of God, but demonstrate it through deeds of compassion, such as feeding the poor and hungry, providing for orphans and the homeless and assisting the sick and distressed as God directs.