• That there is only one God, who has revealed Himself in three persons: The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

  • In the absolute Lordship and deity of Christ including His preexistence, His virgin birth, His sinless life, His atoning death, His bodily resurrection, and His eventual return to the earth in glory and power to establish His eternal kingdom.  

  • In the inerrancy, authority, reliability, and divine inspiration of the Holy Bible.

  • That nothing can replace the importance of the local church in the program of God.  Each local church should be under the authority of the Word, the oversight of the Holy Spirit, and should determine its own character and role in obedience to the Word of God.

  • That the great tasks of the Church are worldwide evangelism and equipping the saints.

  • That entrance into the Church is through the “new birth” which is brought about by genuine repentance of sin and confession of faith in Christ as Lord and Savior.

  • That membership in the Church is signified by baptism and the joyful participation in its worship, fellowship, sacraments, witness, and acceptance of its discipline.

  • That the ministry of the Holy Spirit is an essential component of effective Christian life and witness.

  • That the Church cannot fulfill its mission apart from the five ascension gift ministries that Christ has sent into the world: apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers.  We accept that it is part of our task to recognize those people and to assist in equipping them to fulfill their ministry.

  • That Christ purchased bodily healing for every believer at Calvary and this healing should be appropriated by faith.

  • In the reality of Satan and of the kingdom of darkness over which he reigns and of the absolute triumphs of Christ over the devil and all his works. 

  • In the death, resurrection, and ascension of Christ as witnessed by the scriptures.

  • That victorious Christian life is built upon a proper understanding of the Bible and upon the exercise of the spiritual authority imputed to the believer by that gift of righteousness.

  • In the resurrection of the dead at Christ's return, in the certainty of God's judgment, and in the inescapable result of the judgment foretold in the scriptures for both the just and the unjust.