The Bible

We believe the Bible is the holy and divinely inspired word of God.

We believe all things contained in them-not so much because the church receives and approves them as such but above all because the Holy Spirit testifies in our hearts that they are from God, and also because they prove themselves to be from God. Belgic Confession, Article 5

The Triune God

We believe in one God in whom there are three distinct persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.


We believe that God created humanity in his image and sin has separated humanity from God. God, by his marvelous wisdom and goodness, sent his only and eternal Son, Jesus Christ, into the world. Jesus lived a perfect life and was without sin; he paid the ultimate sacrifice by dying on the cross. In doing so, Jesus took on the sin of all who repent, and confess him as Lord and Savior. Through this great sacrifice, believers are reconciled to God.

The Church

We believe that there is one Church made up of all who truly believe in Jesus Christ. This body of believers are Christ's ambassadors here on earth, and witness to the work of Jesus Christ. They gather together all over the world to worship God and work for his kingdom.

God's Will for Provision

It is the Father’s will for believers to become whole, healthy and successful in all areas of life. But because of the fall, many may not receive the full benefits of God’s will while on earth. That fact, though, should never prevent all believers from seeking the full benefit of Christ’s provision in order to better serve others.


The testimony of the God-breathed Holy Scriptures is that the marriage covenant shall be reserved only for one man with one woman. It was our Creator, the Lord God, who decided the man should not be alone, who specifically fashioned the woman as the suitable helper for the man, who literally made the woman from a part of the man and in the woman made the man complete, who designed sexual union to be with a husband cleaving to his wife as one flesh, who bestowed his divine blessing upon the unity of a man and a woman, who gave the man and the woman the ability to fulfill his charge to be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth, and who ordained the pattern for human existence that a man and a woman would pair up and cleave to each other in one flesh. No other relationship can ever be the holy unity between one man and one woman established by our Creator, which the Apostle Paul frequently compared to the holy unity of Christ and the church, and man has no authority to alter the divine order of the unity between one man and one woman.


Sexuality and the divinely prescribed boundaries for the expression thereof is covered clearly in the Holy Scriptures, which limit sexual expression to the marital relationship of one man with one woman. Homosexual acts, adultery, bestiality, and all forms of fornication are categorically condemned in the Holy Scriptures.