What We Believe

Sometimes when you visit a church, the first thing you read on their welcome material is “What We Believe”—and it’s usually a doctrinal statement. That’s good, except it may be perceived as “what it takes to get in our door”. Perhaps we use doctrine for exclusional barriers rather than transformational truth. We think that’s backward.

In our post-Christian, post-modern culture, we want to communicate what we value first, things like authenticity, generosity, transparency, acceptance, a heart for the poor, people who don’t yet know Jesus, diversity, servanthood, Biblical truth, simplicity, worship, a dependency on the Holy Spirit and so on.

In the big picture, a church’s belief system is really defined by what they spend energy and money on, what their mission and vision is, the atmosphere in which they do ministry and, of course, what their theology is.

The Road to Salvation

Salvation is as simple as believing,

 “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.” – Romans 10:9 KJV

It does not matter what you have done or where you have been.  The Lord is seeking to have a relationship with you.  Come join us as we build the Kingdom of God.