Beliefs

We believe in irresistible grace. (Jn. 6:44-45)

We believe in unconditional election. (Rom. 9:15-16)

We believe in limited atonement. (Jn. 10:15)

We believe in the perseverance of the saints. (Jn. 10:28)

We believe that there is only one true God and that He is eternal, incomprehensible, invisible, immutable, infinite, omnipresent, independent, omniscient, indivisible, almighty, perfectly wise, just, gracious, and the overflowing fountain of all good. (1 Tim. 1:17)

We believe in God's three distinct and coequal Persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. (1 Jn. 5:7)

We believe that God has revealed Himself to man by two means: first, by general revelation through His creation, His providence, and man's conscience; secondly, He makes Himself far more clearly and fully known by special revelation through His Word, the Holy Bible. (Rom. 16:26)

We believe that the Bible is the complete and only infallible Word of God delivered to mankind, essential to know unto salvation. In the English language, we believe that the King James Version most accurately and soundly conveys this Word to us. (2 Pet. 1:21)

We believe that this Word of God not only teaches the truth about God, but also about man. We believe that God created man perfect and upright, and after His own image in knowledge, righteousness, and holiness. (Gen. 1:27 & Eph. 4:24)

We believe that man willingly subjected himself to sin and fell from his holy state. Consequently, all are born in sin and will die in sin unless regenerated by the Spirit of God to find complete salvation in the one Mediator, Jesus Christ. (Rom. 5:12 & Col. 2:13)

We believe in the one and only Mediator between God and man, the Lord Jesus Christ. (See Apostles’ Creed & Acts 4:12)

We believe in the Five Points of Calvinism and in man's total depravity. (Ps. 53:2, 3)

We believe that the Word of God provides clear instruction not only for the way of salvation but also for man's everyday life in the world. We believe that all spheres and domains of life, education inclusive, must be subject to the ordinances and glory of God. (1 Cor. 10:31)

We believe that although infant baptism places us under the privileges of an external (non-saving) covenant relationship with God, we need the personal regenerating work of the Holy Spirit to bring us into the covenant of grace in an internal (saving) covenant relationship with God. (Jn. 3:8)