We believe that the Holy Bible is comprised of the 66-book canon of Scripture, which makes up both the Old and New Testaments. We believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God, the revelation of God’s will for salvation, and the divine and final authority for Christian faith and life. The words in the Bible are the very words God wanted recorded.
We believe that We will receive the filling of the Holy Spirit with accompanying signs and a very tangible, life changing, and a supernatural prophetic experience as We yield to the Holy Spirit as recorded in scripture.
We believe that Jesus Christ has fulfilled the Old Covenant and established a New Covenant through his blood and that through this New Covenant We have entered into God’s Kingdom rest. Because of Christ, we are now the temple of the Holy Spirit and are called to live and keep every day holy as everything we do in Christ is now consecrated and holy.
I believe in church fellowship and the mission of Jesus which is to proclaim the gospel to the world, nurture the redeemed by teaching obedience to Christ’s/Apostles commandments and teachings, and to show forth a pattern of good works for the glory of God and I will help to make this happen.
We believe that the Christian church was always meant to operate in ALL the gifts of the Spirit listed in Scripture and are meant to bring the body of Christ into greater unity and fullness of faith (Ephesians 4; 1 Corinthians 12-14) • We believe that God gifts all people and uses both men and women in ministry, but some roles are gender specific.
We believe in having a home church and We am committed to loving the visitors that attend, growing in my relationship with the members, and inviting people to Jesus and my church so that the kingdom of God can advance.
We believe We should live a life worthy of respect, honor, nobility, self-control, and patience, honoring others above themselves, submitting to one another in Christ-like love, and forgiving one another.
We believe that in church fellowship everything should be done with order and decency. We believe in the practice of head-coverings for women and no head-coverings for men while praying, prophesying according to the principles and reasons taught in.
We believe that bloodline descendants of Jacob (Hebrews) have been scattered into the 4 corners of the earth due to disobedience to the laws of God at different periods of history through various conquests (Egyptian, Babylonian, Persian, Roman etc).
We believe that over time, many Hebrews mixed in with Japhethites (Europeans peoples), some with other Shemite families (Ethiopians, Arabs, Etc…), and others in Khemetic families (Egyptian, middle Eastern, African peoples etc..) meaning that many Hebrews have mixed ancestry with various skin tones and looks.
We believe based upon the Bible, biblical prophecy, and Dna studies that Jews are not only people with European looks but many (not all) that have gone thru the African American slave Trade also have Hebrew Ancestry.
We believe that both Hebrew and Non-Hebrew can be and must be born again by the Holy Spirit if they will enter into Gods kingdom (John 3:3,5). The born again experience gives the non-Hebrew acceptance through the body of Christ and are grafted into to the body and welcomed as children of God and members of the church of Jesus Christ through the new covenant.
We believe that when the gospel is applied in a persons life through faith demonstrated in repentance, baptism in the name of Jesus, denying the flesh, pulling down strongholds, renouncing negative mindsets, breaking ungodly covenants and curses, yielding/to the Holy Spirit, the disciplines of the faith, and being filled with the Holy Ghost; a believer can remain free from the realm of the evil one and the impulses of the flesh.
We believe that those attempting to cast out demons should ensure they are in a good standing with God, biblically filled with the Holy Spirit, have their biblical armour on, and be mature in Christ otherwise Spirits can attempt to jump on, oppress, and trouble the believer. Because of this, some cases should be left to the pastor/elder(s) of the church.