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The Bible- God divinely inspired human authors to write the 66 books of the Bible. He communicated through these writers the values, principles, and ideals which please him and are in our best interests. We believe the Bible is entirely accurate, complete, and reliable. We look to the Bible for the revelation of the character of God and the final authority on all matters of faith and conduct. 

God-Trinity- We believe there is one divine being, God who has existed eternally (Genesis 1:1, John 1:1-2) He exists and reveals himself to man in three distinct, equally divine persons. The father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. While we can not fully comprehend his divine nature, it is possible for people to know Him. 

God the Father- At the beginning of time, God created the entire universe and all its creatures (Genesis 1) He continues to exercise his supreme power to sustain His creation. (Colossians 1:17, Psalms 147:8-9) Throughout history he has expressed his desire to be our God and to have a personal eternal relationship with us. (Revelation 21:6-7) We believe that God loves us and wants to spend eternity with Him. (John 3:16, 2 Peter 3:9) 

Jesus- We believe that Jesus is the eternal divine son of God (John 1:1) He chose voluntarily to be made in human likeness and was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of a virgin (Philippians 2:5-7) Although, He lived a sinless life, He allowed Himself to be executes by crucifixion. His death paid the penalty for sins of all mankind against God. (2 Corinthians 5:21) Then as prophesied, he rose from the dead three days after the cross. He appeared to many witnesses for forty days. He ascended into heaven where He now serves as the mediator between God and man. (Luke 24:50-51)

The Holy Spirit- The third person of God is the Holy Spirit. We believe the Holy Spirit dwells in every Christ follower. His indwelling presence gives spiritual life to believers and distinguishes them as children of God. (Acts 19:1-6) We are empowered by the Holy Spirit to live a Christ like life and to use talents gifts that God has given us for His glory. 

A relationship with God- Our inability to reestablish our relationship with God leaves us dependent on God’s mercy. (Ephesians 2:8-9) Our relationship is reestablished when we make a commitment to accept Jesus as God’s son and our Savior. Through faith in Jesus Christ our sins are forgiven and we receive the gift of the Holy Spirit and eternal life. We accept this privately and publicly. We express this publicly by confessing our acceptance of God’s salvation and submitting ourselves in baptism. 

What We Believe: What We Believe
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